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    initforthemoney is offline Female Member
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    Smile How bad (or good) is skim milk for you?

    Hi, i'm really new to all of this and i am still adjusting my diet and workouts. If you can't eat a lot of extra meals during the day, is it bad to drink more milk throughout the day in place of extra meals inbetween breakfast, lunch and dinner? I read that the Calcium and vitamin D in milk actually promote your body to burn fat, but i also heard that the sugar in milk cancels out the benefits of this. I figure that if its better for your body then its probably more beneficial than not eating in between meals, but if it is just more bad than good for you i might as well not drink more milk everyday. Any advice on this? Thanks

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    Milk is shit!
    -Its worsten the digestion of the macronutrients.
    -lactose is the worst sugar
    -milk fat is saturated fat

    So the only good thing is the proteine in the milk
    But how much proteine? 30g in 1 liter! It is nothing!
    And with 1 liter of milk you drink 30g of bad sugar!

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    but it tastes GREAT with shreddies!

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    decent for bulking imo but not something one should consume when cutting.

    depends on your tollerance for it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by initforthemoney
    Hi, i'm really new to all of this and i am still adjusting my diet and workouts. If you can't eat a lot of extra meals during the day, is it bad to drink more milk throughout the day in place of extra meals inbetween breakfast, lunch and dinner? I read that the Calcium and vitamin D in milk actually promote your body to burn fat, but i also heard that the sugar in milk cancels out the benefits of this. I figure that if its better for your body then its probably more beneficial than not eating in between meals, but if it is just more bad than good for you i might as well not drink more milk everyday. Any advice on this? Thanks
    My advice would be to stay away from it all the time.

    My assumption is that your meaning is the milk of another specie, correct?

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    There is no substitute for REAL FOOD.

    Milk is shitty choice.

    ~SC~

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    Thanks everyone, i guess it is unanimous that milk is not good..

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    I use to drink a sh** load of skimmed milk. Then i decided to cut it completly out of my diet, apart from the odd splash in my coffee. It really does make a difference. I seem to be less "soft" looking and more vascular.

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    i love a bit of milk of u know what i mean sir !

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    TO much lactose i cant tolerate milk anymore, and makes you look soft while cutting.

    I never got to be really cut up til i eliminated cottage cheese and dairy products from my diet

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