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    Article on Milk in MuscleMag

    Anyone read the article in muscle mag about Milk and how it ruins your diet? It is in August issue # 266.

    And SC has been preaching it forever lol.... read that article if you don't want to listen to Swole or everyone else. Very interesting. On page 218


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    Hey, did that issue just hit the stands?

    A client of mine should be featured in there. Let me know if there is something about this in that mag, until I can get my hands on a copy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SwoleCat
    Hey, did that issue just hit the stands?



    I bought it before i left on my trip last week, so it has been out over a week now. I didn't see an article about your client, but I didn't read the entire thing yet. I'll look right now


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    ya milk does screw up your diet as i have read many times in articles and such, but i must admit i do put a little sometimes in my morning coffee along with the sweetner. I hope that doesnt harm my diet.

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    Half N Half is better to use than milk, for those who wish to nix milk.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SwoleCat
    Half N Half is better to use than milk, for those who wish to nix milk.

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    Swole, why is cream better then milk?

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    less carbs aka sugar (lactose).

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    Cool cool....


    but why the milk Beernutz?? I thought you were a black coffee man w/ 1 sweetener



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    I have had a really though time getting enought calcium in my diet by cutting down on milk. I take a supplement but like to get as much calcium as possible from real foods, so I starting drinking Fat Free Low Carb milk in the morning, only 3g of sugars vs 13g with the same amout of protein. If anyone has other ideas on how to get more calcium from real foods I'm open to suggestions.

    The other big source for calcium that I get is from Womens Oatmeal, quite a bit in there too.

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    So am I really screwing up pouring milk over my raw oats and dried raisins?

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    So how should we eat oatmeal? With Water?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Demon Deacon
    So how should we eat oatmeal? With Water?
    I had a hard time with that one at first, but I found that I like oatmeal better with water.

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    Quote Originally Posted by doby48
    If anyone has other ideas on how to get more calcium from real foods I'm open to suggestions.
    Brocolli......not only does it have fiber and many other vitamins/minerals that are essential, it has more calcium per serving than milk does.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LeanMeOut
    Cool cool....


    but why the milk Beernutz?? I thought you were a black coffee man w/ 1 sweetener



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    i do that for the most part. But sometimes i spoil myself...lol

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    milk kicks ass

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    Quote Originally Posted by Latimus
    milk kicks ass
    Now there's an informative/educational statement.



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    i thought i covered both sides of the issue in a non bias and educational manner...

    lol i love milk in my shakes and i love the extra protein i get from it...

    rebutal...

    by the way...you look awesome in those pics bro

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    If it doesn't hurt you and your own personal goals, then that's great!

    I do utilize milk on cheat days w/Capn Crunch or similar sh*t cereal.

    Thanks for the compliment brutha.

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    Quote Originally Posted by doby48
    I have had a really though time getting enought calcium in my diet by cutting down on milk. I take a supplement but like to get as much calcium as possible from real foods, so I starting drinking Fat Free Low Carb milk in the morning, only 3g of sugars vs 13g with the same amout of protein. If anyone has other ideas on how to get more calcium from real foods I'm open to suggestions.

    The other big source for calcium that I get is from Womens Oatmeal, quite a bit in there too.
    I will agree w/you on this. I got some low carb(sugar) milk and it is great. It even has 13g of protien in 1 cup to only 9 in skim. Good S**T in my book!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Demon Deacon
    So how should we eat oatmeal? With Water?
    I always eat my oatmeal with water, always have. Can't even image the taste using milk instead.


    Quote Originally Posted by SwoleCat
    Brocolli......not only does it have fiber and many other vitamins/minerals that are essential, it has more calcium per serving than milk does.
    Thanks SC, didn't realize there was so much calcium in Brocolli. Still like the low carb milk sometimes but this definatly helps.

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    Sure, anytime!

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    I am afraid if I cut out milk for a few months I will become lactose intolerant or something. I have seen this happen to several friends, does anybody know if there is truth to that or is it an old wives tale?

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    Quote Originally Posted by chicamahomico
    I am afraid if I cut out milk for a few months I will become lactose intolerant or something. I have seen this happen to several friends, does anybody know if there is truth to that or is it an old wives tale?
    Old wives tale. You definitely can not become allergic to it (i.e. lactose intolerant) simply by cutting it out for a while then returning to it.

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    Thanks, was 99% sure it was a BS tale. I have been telling myslef this for years cause I really like milk and don't want to cut it out but I really should try cutting it out for awhile.

    Quote Originally Posted by Aboot
    Old wives tale. You definitely can not become allergic to it (i.e. lactose intolerant) simply by cutting it out for a while then returning to it.

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    Wow..swole...Ive never tried a shake without milk. Guess im gonna have to try it

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    Quote Originally Posted by SwoleCat
    Brocolli......not only does it have fiber and many other vitamins/minerals that are essential, it has more calcium per serving than milk does.

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    brocolli is BOMB...never minded it since i was a little kid...especially with cheese!! and my uncle by marriage is a chef he makes the ILL brocolli soup somehow some way...

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    OHH SHAT.

    I got a few beers in me lastnight .. and always drank a CRAP load of milk to cure myself.

    I just finished a 2 liter carton in 4 hours ... and thats casually drinking it.


    OMG .. MY DIET !!!


    ahaha .. Ohh well... cant cut the cow

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    try raw milk. it's one of the best sources of calcium you can get. plus the sugar (lactose) isn't changed during the pastuerization process because is doesn't undergo one, and the milk has all the enzymes to digest the lactose for those who are lactose intolerant. win win situation!

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    Any nutritional info on this?

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    i love milk! and i love starbuck latte with quad shots...
    oh yeah, i'm also lactose intollerant...
    so unfortunately i'm gonna have fat free milk... but unfortunate for my co-workers, that they have to keep a gas mask on in the mornings... :P

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    there's articles all over the net to support the health benefits of raw milk. i think you'll have to use your own judgement as to whether you believe the billion dollar pastuerized milk companies or the small time raw milk producers. both say the other is bad for you. go figure, haha. i do however hope you come to realize the health benefits since there are so many from something so easy to obtain. and remember this saying when the nuts tell you you'll get sick from raw milk, "milk was around long before pastuerization".

    http://www.curezone.com/art/read.asp?ID=70&db=6&C0=17
    http://www.mercola.com/2004/apr/24/raw_milk.htm
    http://www.mercola.com/2003/mar/26/pasteurized_milk.htm
    http://www.rawmilk.org/
    http://www.drrons.com/raw_milk.html

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    Not so interested in any health benefits, I was looking for the nutritional information. I couldn't find it w/those links.

    Just looking for carb/sugar content, that's the concern.

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    woops, i thought you just made a typo. i get my organic raw milk from a company called organic pastures. here's the link to their website that shows the nutritional info. peace dog!

    http://www.organicpastures.com/tests.html#nutrients

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    Yup, still sugar ridden.

    Thanks,
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    Fat Free Low carb milk still in the lead!

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    What do you recommend for milk if you have just 1 cup with oatmeal a day. I have to have milk with it and i have been using skim for a long time. Is it better to go to half/half or even whole milk ...
    Thanks In Advance
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    personally i think it's better to go whole milk over that 1% or 2% crap. that's all a gimmick. 1 or 2% of something that makes up a great whole is just a marketing gimmick to get to you buy it.

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    Yeah, whole milk would make me lean and mean for sure.



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    Quote Originally Posted by SwoleCat
    Yeah, whole milk would make me lean and mean for sure.


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    What the hell do you know??!?!?!

    I'll have you know I got down to 4% bodyfat at 5'6 290 pounds eating nothing but big macs and whole milk 7 times a day!

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    Quote Originally Posted by rambo
    What the hell do you know??!?!?!

    I'll have you know I got down to 4% bodyfat at 5'6 290 pounds eating nothing but big macs and whole milk 7 times a day!

    Don't forget your protein bars.

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