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2014/10/26 19:56:36 (permalink)

Cows Milk

Thought there'd be loads on this but nothing came up in the search bar.

So who drinks it? Who avoids it?

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Re: Cows Milk 2014/10/26 20:15:42 (permalink)
i avoid it mate
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Re: Cows Milk 2014/10/26 20:19:05 (permalink)
That cos of a lactose intolerance?

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Re: Cows Milk 2014/10/26 20:24:54 (permalink)
no man, diary doesn't work well with my skin. And never see milk recommended as a protein source, in in top athletes diets so I'm in two minds but i personally stay away.
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Re: Cows Milk 2014/10/26 20:57:40 (permalink)
Me neither, someone warned me off milk and haven't drunk it for about ten years, so can't really remember why?

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Re: Cows Milk 2014/10/26 21:04:33 (permalink)
You guys know whey and casein protein come from cow milk right?
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Re: Cows Milk 2014/10/26 22:15:32 (permalink)
Love it!
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Re: Cows Milk 2014/10/26 22:20:24 (permalink)
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Re: Cows Milk 2014/10/26 22:23:33 (permalink)☄ Helpfulby stinking_dylan 2014/10/27 13:53:35
Uriel
You guys know whey and casein protein come from cow milk right?

Joking aside , it's worth reminding ourselves that a milkshake might be nearly identical to some overpriced pwo formula.

No biggie like, there are a lot worse things for you than using steroids, I mean I probably shouldn't have been smoking crack or getting into bar fights at your age TBH  - drab4

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Re: Cows Milk 2014/10/27 09:56:29 (permalink)
I love milk, but it doesn't last long enough in my house with the kids and missus constantly drinking it. I just stick to water. 

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Re: Cows Milk 2014/10/27 10:31:04 (permalink)
I understand fellas.. I keep hearing avoid dairy.. Avoid dairy.. But i don't hear 'avoid whey or casein' anywhere near as much. I wonder if this lactose intolerance thing has been a bit over hyped

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Re: Cows Milk 2014/10/27 11:07:28 (permalink)
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I understand fellas.. I keep hearing avoid dairy.. Avoid dairy.. But i don't hear 'avoid whey or casein' anywhere near as much. I wonder if this lactose intolerance thing has been a bit over hyped



If you have issues with dairy, then avoid it obviously, but if not... Crack on with the milky goodness. 

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Re: Cows Milk 2014/10/27 14:00:32 (permalink)
Nothing wrong with it if you can stomach it, it's just that a slower release protein source coupled with sugar doesn't fit with most people nutritional requirements (we usually go for a 'slow' protein with fats or complex carbs, or a 'fast' protein with sugar).
 
As Pagan pointed out, up the carbs a bit and you have something pretty similar to most recovery shakes.  Loads of off the shelf 'protein' shakes are actually skimmed milk, skimmed milk powder, sugar and fat reduced cocoa powder = chocolate milk shake.
 
 

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Re: Cows Milk 2014/10/27 14:21:23 (permalink)
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I understand fellas.. I keep hearing avoid dairy.. Avoid dairy.. But i don't hear 'avoid whey or casein' anywhere near as much. I wonder if this lactose intolerance thing has been a bit over hyped

It has been overhyped. Not everyone is lactose intolerant, there are degrees of intolerance and there is lactose-free milk.
 
I'm intolerant, I can drink about a tall glass of milk a day without problems, but any more and I get bad gas and abdominal pain. I buy lactose free milk and can drink all I want without any issues.
 
Some people are actually allergic to milk, which is another issue altogether. These cases are actually very rare, and if you are genuinely allergic to cow milk then you probably can't drink whey or casein protein shakes either.
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Re: Cows Milk 2014/10/27 16:04:15 (permalink)
Glad you started this topic..
 
Jogged my memory of the early 80 s and those around me training and we all drank pints and pints of milk and added raw eggs between meals and all i remember of night times was laid on the bed bloated and full having aimed for 5000cals while bulking ....
 
Milk is only 4p a pint dearer today than it was back then - bargain !
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Re: Cows Milk 2014/10/28 09:54:15 (permalink)
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Glad you started this topic..
 
Jogged my memory of the early 80 s and those around me training and we all drank pints and pints of milk and added raw eggs between meals and all i remember of night times was laid on the bed bloated and full having aimed for 5000cals while bulking ....
 
Milk is only 4p a pint dearer today than it was back then - bargain !




The glory days :-)
 
I know some people still suggest the GOMAD protocol for bulking... It does work mind haha.

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Re: Cows Milk 2014/10/30 16:04:32 (permalink)
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Glad you started this topic..
 
Jogged my memory of the early 80 s and those around me training and we all drank pints and pints of milk and added raw eggs between meals and all i remember of night times was laid on the bed bloated and full having aimed for 5000cals while bulking ....
 
Milk is only 4p a pint dearer today than it was back then - bargain !

Yes, I used to add honey to that.  Also full cream ice-cream after cramming myself with food.  No wonder I was able to walk around town at 2am in a tshirt like some of the youngsters I see!  I'd die of exposure if I tried that these days 

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Re: Cows Milk 2014/10/30 16:16:49 (permalink)
I love milk. I tend drink a couple of pints of full fat a day and I use milk powder in my smoothies. In effect I range from 2-6pints of milk a day. Good value for kcals and protein.
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Re: Cows Milk 2014/10/30 16:43:54 (permalink)
I love the stuff, always have
 
Feel for the British dairy farmers though - the supermarket price wars and cheap imports mean the price they're being paid at the moment (29p a litre), is around 2p a litre short of their cost
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Re: Cows Milk 2014/11/03 15:56:49 (permalink)
I don't have too much as I'm very slightly lactose intolerant.  I can cope with 1/2 pint, say, twice a day, but if I were to drink a pint, have some cereal and a bowl of ice-cream, I'd be ****ting though the eye of a needle at 40 yards for a good while after!

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