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    Question Can too much milk be bad for you?

    My parents are worried I'm drinking too much milk(a half of a gallon a day). I have a gallon of water along with this and try to take in about 3500-4000 calories a day. Is there such a thing as too much milk? What badness can happen to you? I drink my milk throughout the day and the most I ever have in one hour is 2 14 oz glasses but I sip them slow. Thanks any help or advice is appreciated.

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    Too much of anything is bad for you/can kill you/causes cancer. That isn't too much, but milk isn't the BEST BB food. Anway, it seems like you are getting plenty of other calories.
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    I include milk calories in my overall calories.
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    Well, too much lactose can bloat some people. And lactose in general isn't the best source of carbs, even if you are not lactose intolerant. I've read that milk has all kinds of hormones and antibiotics in it, but I don't know what to believe.
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    Ok thank you all I just needed some reaffirmation that I wasn't hurting myself. Just finished off the half gal for the day. I have taken at least 8 bathroom breaks in the last hour. I've never drank this much water before!

    But anyway thank you guys for your help it is much appreciated!
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    also, make sure you're drinking skim milk
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    well 1% is fine too...and tastes better
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    Originally posted by Tim
    I've read that milk has all kinds of hormones and antibiotics in it, but I don't know what to believe.
    It does and you should stay the hell away from it, but ORGANIC milk doesn't have any of those, so I drink it all day
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    Hmm I have been drinking a whole gallon everyday for almost 2 months now and im healthy as and ox. But that guy scared me about mentioning cancer wtf?
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    You wont' get cancer from a gallon a day.
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    Originally posted by Justang
    Hmm I have been drinking a whole gallon everyday for almost 2 months now and im healthy as and ox. But that guy scared me about mentioning cancer wtf?
    Damn a gallon a day? Your better off just buying a cow!!!
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    Originally posted by bkman4
    You wont' get cancer from a gallon a day.
    And cancer varies too. Some rare individuals can smoke for 50 years and not get lung cancer.
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    thinking about that much milk in a day is sickening.
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    how much is a gallon in ounces?
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    Originally posted by bizkit
    how much is a gallon in ounces?
    1 US gallon = 128 US fluid ounces
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    Geez, if I drank just 2 cups of milk a day, I'd be on the ****ter for and hour.
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    I used to be able to drink loads of milk but recently I've suffered signs of lactose intolerance when I upped my intake a little so I decided to drop milk altogether, it means I use a bit more protein powder but it certainly hasn't done me any harm dropping it.
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    Milk is one thing that I can just keep on drinking, it doesnt even seem like I drink that much but sure enough i go through about 3 litres of full cream milk daily! at least 2.5L a day.

    Usually In the morning I will have 500mls with a cup of oats and eggs then with about 4 other meals I have 500mls with whatever else Im eating.
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    I drink 500ml before going to bed
    On the pack it's printed 59kcal for 100ml.

    Is it gonna throw my calorie intake off?
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    Originally Posted by anky12 View Post
    I drink 500ml before going to bed
    On the pack it's printed 59kcal for 100ml.

    Is it gonna throw my calorie intake off?
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    Cool

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    So?
    I searched and found it most apt to post my querry here? Or should I have started a new thread?
    Anyways my question is still unanswered
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    Originally Posted by anky12 View Post
    So?
    I searched and found it most apt to post my querry here? Or should I have started a new thread?
    Anyways my question is still unanswered
    Your question makes no sense
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    Originally Posted by AlwaysTryin View Post
    Your question makes no sense
    Are the calories from my milk intake (59000cal*5) gonna affect my 2750 Calorie goal ? That is the question.
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    Originally Posted by anky12 View Post
    Are the calories from my milk intake (59000cal*5) gonna affect my 2750 Calorie goal ? That is the question.
    Once again, your question makes no sense

    ~300 calories out of 2750 calories

    If milk is your only item then you aren't consuming enough calories
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    Originally Posted by AlwaysTryin View Post
    Once again, your question makes no sense

    ~300 calories out of 2750 calories

    If milk is your only item then you aren't consuming enough calories
    yeah sorry my bad

    i was confused
    Between calorie & Calorie

    1 kcal = 1 Calorie = 1000
    calories.


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