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Whey in Lactose-free Milk - As Good as Water?

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2006/07/07 08:41:20 (permalink)

Whey in Lactose-free Milk - As Good as Water?

I've recently swapped over from mixing my whey with semi-skimmed milk to mixing it in water, and my bloated stomach has drastically reduced.
However, I much pefer the taste of whey with milk as opposed to whey with water, so I did a bit of digging and managed to find some Lactose-free milk called Lactofree (basically sugar free milk).

www.lactofree.co.uk/

My question is, can I use this in-place of water for mixing with my whey and would it be as good or better or worse?

Any opinions would be most welcome.
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    RE: Whey in Lactose-free Milk - As Good as Water? 2006/07/07 11:31:26 (permalink)
    Bump

    An answer from TT or James would be ideal.
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    RE: Whey in Lactose-free Milk - As Good as Water? 2006/07/07 12:24:06 (permalink)
    It's fine - but it would not be as good as mixing with water, because other constituents of the milk would slow doen the whey digestions still

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    RE: Whey in Lactose-free Milk - As Good as Water? 2006/07/07 12:25:43 (permalink)
    Thanks James, would it also be ok for someone watching their weight?
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    RE: Whey in Lactose-free Milk - As Good as Water? 2006/07/07 12:27:55 (permalink)
    is there any nutritionl info on this as i couldnt find any on the site ?

    so would this stuff still have the protein of milk just not the lactose sugar thats assoiated with milk ??

    so you could have whey with milk and have no sugar from miolk ?/ is tat right ??
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    RE: Whey in Lactose-free Milk - As Good as Water? 2006/07/07 12:28:31 (permalink)
    Also would depend on requirement.... for fast absorbtion then no as per James above, at all other times it is no better or worse, just slower releasing which can be more practical at other times of the day other than PWO for example.

    In terms of diet, no one item can be assessed, you have to look at the whole diet
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    RE: Whey in Lactose-free Milk - As Good as Water? 2006/07/07 12:32:12 (permalink)
    ORIGINAL: LOCUST

    is there any nutritionl info on this as i couldnt find any on the site ?

    so would this stuff still have the protein of milk just not the lactose sugar thats assoiated with milk ??

    so you could have whey with milk and have no sugar from miolk ?/ is tat right ??


    Yes, all the protein and other nutrients associated with normal milk are present in this.

    I've tried it and there's no taste difference to semi-skimmed milk.

    I love it, I just wanted to know if it would be ok when watching the weight.
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    RE: Whey in Lactose-free Milk - As Good as Water? 2006/07/07 15:26:32 (permalink)
    Really it's the same as normal milk with thelactose 'digested' already
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