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    This may be a stupid question.. but what kind of milk is best to drink to aid muscle building? 2%, skim, whole? or does it even matter?
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    Default Re: This may be a stupid question..

    Originally posted by Miggy724
    This may be a stupid question.. but what kind of milk is best to drink to aid muscle building? 2%, skim, whole? or does it even matter?
    NO milk is bad; milk is shown to give indigestion, bloating and other problems. Stick w/ protein and solid foods....

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    is it just milk or milkproducts in general?
    since protein aint that cheap unless u drink shakers all day(at lest in Sweden) the cheapest protein containing products I can get my hand on are..

    lowfat curd; 32p, 9.5c, 2.5f ~$1.5
    lowfat cottage cheese; 36p, 4c, 1f ~$1.5
    canned tuna 125g ~$1.5

    ..2 of which are milkproducts. Dont think I can afford eatin meat all day and canned tuna isn't really my favorite..

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    I eat a fair amount of cottage cheese; if you're not lactose intolerant, it shouldn't be an issue. I prefer to eat it in my last meal, since it's a slower digesting protein.
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    I thought I was the only one that put splenda and cinnamon in their cottage cheese.

    What a treat.

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    Dairy in general is not good for human adults. I think its funny how a lot of people talk down abput dairy and then tell you to go drink a whey or casein protein shake. Whey is dairy. Casein is dairy. WTF?

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    I drink nonfat milk like it's water. - no problems. milk alone has a lot of protein. I say if you can tolerate it, go for it.

    best gains I ever got "naturally" was from drinking about 1.5 gals nonfat milk per day.

    but, milk with fat is a different story - fat is hard to digest no matter what it's in.
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    Originally posted by Xizor
    is it just milk or milkproducts in general?
    since protein aint that cheap unless u drink shakers all day(at lest in Sweden) the cheapest protein containing products I can get my hand on are..

    lowfat curd; 32p, 9.5c, 2.5f ~$1.5
    lowfat cottage cheese; 36p, 4c, 1f ~$1.5
    canned tuna 125g ~$1.5

    ..2 of which are milkproducts. Dont think I can afford eatin meat all day and canned tuna isn't really my favorite..

    /Xizor
    Milk period...milkproducts are fine

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    Originally posted by jjfigure
    I eat a fair amount of cottage cheese; if you're not lactose intolerant, it shouldn't be an issue. I prefer to eat it in my last meal, since it's a slower digesting protein.
    And that, my friends, is why I will never have a midsection like that. Cottage cheese makes me gag...

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    Damn right Twist ......Cottage cheese sucks!

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