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    I enjoy drinking fat free milk. It is the only kind I can handle. Don't know how people can drink whole milk. I think it is pretty disgusting and leaves a horrible after taste!
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    I think its an excellent post
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    Great article. Do you have any thoughts/input on almond milk? I've seen it next to soy in the grocery store and haven't put much thought into it because it doesn't have much protein. Maybe there is some information I am missing aside from what is on the nutrition facts?
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    Originally Posted by silvrmoos View Post
    Great article. Do you have any thoughts/input on almond milk? I've seen it next to soy in the grocery store and haven't put much thought into it because it doesn't have much protein. Maybe there is some information I am missing aside from what is on the nutrition facts?
    I love chocolate soymilk, tried almond milk...thought it was so disgusting i threw out the entire carton! Buy a very small amount cause the taste is not for everyone!
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    I sure do enjoy my fat-free organic milk, It sure is costly though nowadays.. I tend to mix fat-free powdered milk in my whey shakes though.
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    Low fat milk is good although It tastes empty
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    Nothing will stop me from drinking milk.. It's ****ing delicious.
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    I love milk
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    Originally Posted by Motaba View Post
    According to latest studies, everything gives you cancer....so we're all f**ked.
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    milk is a great source of protein and good carbs. i always drink milk before going to bed.
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    I appreciate this post lot.In my child hood days I am crazy behind this but as and when I grow I neglecting this due to I have find many others alternative to drink compare to milk but now I realized that no other than can take place of milk. It really proves very much useful in maintaining our health and from that day I take a pledge to drink milk 2 times a day.

    Anyway thanks a lot for this important sharing.
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    I've been lactose intolerant for a few years now and have tried many different alternatives to cows milk. I've settled with soy because of both price and taste. Rice milk was average to say the least, and goats milk too expensive. I miss my favourite desert, fresh fruit salad with youghurt stirred through. I can still eat sheeps milk cheese, which i prefer to the cheaper "tasty" style cheese available in most grocery stores. Good post OP!
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    Everything eventually seems to harm you, if we listened to doctors, what would we eat?
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    Maybe it is the matter of when you eat it? Milk does not go very well with most of foods if you drink it throughout the day, it digests around six hours. However it is perfect for drinking at night as your last meal before sleep. Then its amazing for its effect.
    I grew up in village, where we had our own cown and was drinking real full fat milk for most of my childhood. No one there even heard anything about lactose intolerance, cholesterol or any health problems from milk and people are living 90+ years there.
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    Great article! I've switched to soy milk a year ago and never looked back. (probably helps I'm also semi-lactose intolerent). So many studies that go both ways with estrogen regulation of soy... I have high bf% so the estrogen levels are already outta control haha
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    good
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    Ok. So I read the whole thing (ba dum tss!). Here's why the article is a bad source of information.

    No sources whatsoever.

    "One piece of research..."
    "Anecdotal evidence links..."
    "Another study linked"
    The list goes on and on, and yet not a single source was given that day.

    But let's give the journalist (see that? a journalist wrote it, not a scientist, anyway...) benefit of the doubt that she actually read studies. Well, there is no evidence of cross-examination, seems he picked the studies that suited his argument. Since we don't know the sources, how do we know how accurate these studies are, were they repeated, is there evidence for causation or just correlation?

    The nutritional information given in the article is a joke. Total calories and fat grammage. Clearly a bias in the information provided, the journalist wanted to play on the public's lack of knowledge about micros/macros.


    In conclusion, I wouldn't suggest taking anything out of this article seriously.
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    Originally Posted by AngryPunkPal View Post
    Only in raw milk is the calcium easily absorbable. Raw milk, however, is just about impossible to obtain, as most states have out-lawed the sale of raw milk.

    The enzyme “phosphatase”, found in raw milk is what makes calcium easily absorbable. Unfortunately “phosphatase” is completely destroyed during the pasteurization process.

    Thousands of blood tests have shown that those who drink 3 to 4 glasses of milk a day, have the lowest levels of blood calcium. This is bad news for those concerned with bone health and who thought milk was an easy solution to this problem.

    Actually, the best source of calcium for humans is in the fruits and vegetables that you eat.

    So... Milk. Yeah. Not good calcium source in the form we get it.
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    Interesting, I usually stick to almond and coconut milk myself. But I stick to the unsweetened kind.
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    so......whats the best kind of milk to drink ....especially for an athlete?
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    I agree about milk having a good composition and lot's of calories for bb but in USA if it's not organic, their could be rBGH(bovine growth hormone) in it which is linked to all sorts of cancers later on down the track. Not saying it isn't healthy without all the added on junk.
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    Originally Posted by CC95 View Post
    Nothing will stop me from drinking milk.. It's ****ing delicious.
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    soy milk causes estrogen growth and other problems. Cows milk reduces calcium in your body, but grass fed organic milk has MANY benefits, including the CLA that really isn't in the store brand crap you get.
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    You can buy milk that's clearly labeled with hormone free.
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