Thread: Milk and squats
2/21/2012 1:44am, #11
I think it might be illegal unless you live on the farm
2/21/2012 2:20am, #12
Coincidentally, raw milk is the leading cause of food poisoning in the US:
If your body can't handle massive quantities of milk (I go through a gallon of whole milk every 2-3 days, and that's when I'm NOT lifting), blame your ancestors for raising crops instead of cattle. You'll have to find another cheap protein source.The fool thinks himself immortal,
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2/21/2012 2:57am, #13
I've been doing cottage cheese and deadlifts lately, not much help if you can't handle dairy.
The other option is just to find a cheap butcher and buy meat in bulk. I got my rump steaks at 1/3rd the price of supermarket meats by buying at a Vietnamese butcher, the quality is surprisingly much better too."Boxing is the art of hitting an opponent from the furthest distance away, exposing the least amount of your body while getting into position to punch with maximum leverage and not getting hit."
3/01/2012 4:16am, #14
In my experience, the gallon of milk a day plan helps you gain weight. Fat weight. Lots of lots of fat and a big ol bloated belly."This is why we are here. Because the Martial Arts for too long have been cloaked in an unnecessary level of secrecy bordering on mysticism, and its in these shadows that the cockroaches love to hide. -Phrost"
Originally Posted by Squerlli
3/12/2012 1:51pm, #15
I was drinking whole milk and didn't experience bloating or fat gain, but everybody's body is different. Maybe you could counteract that with 1% or skim milk. I know soy milk is good for omega 3s and the type of protein could also possibly be better for muscle gains than dairy milk.
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3/12/2012 6:05pm, #16
I think it's lactose intolerance. After taking a break to let things even out, i started drinking a cup of milk a day.
I got mild gas from that
I'll just have to eat meat instead
3/12/2012 7:13pm, #17
+ for goat milk, I get it from a friend's mom, she had a bunch of goats.
For those who are looking for raw milk, look around farm or livestock areas for "kitty milk", it's a way that people purchase raw milk "for their cats", thus getting around FDA regulations."Judo is a study of techniques with which you may kill if you wish to kill, injure if you wish to injure, subdue if you wish to subdue, and, when attacked, defend yourself" - Jigoro Kano (1889)
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3/20/2012 4:32pm, #18
Keep in mind that the human body only handles milk reluctantly, even for those people whom we don't classify as lactose intolerant. The lactose sugar molecule requires its own special enzyme to break it down (so do most things), and even the best of us only have a relatively small amount of it that we produce.
Ironically, when you're a baby and very young child you have that enzyme (and others involved in milk digestion) in much greater abundance, because evolution expects you to be drinking milk from your mom's tits. By the time you're a teenager or adult, you've drastically reduced how much you produce because you're not expected to be drinking milk any longer. In essence, the adult body was not designed to be a milk drinking machine. This is the same reason why the gallon challenge is so impassable.
That doesn't mean that milk is bad for you, it just means that each person has an upper limit on how much they can tolerate. A cow's milk was evolved to feed her calves, not you.
Originally Posted by 1point2
To homogenize, the milk is forced under pressure through very narrow tubes. This breaks up the fat globules which allows them to more thoroughly dissolve in water. To pasteurize, milk is very quickly heated, then chilled. It does reduce the quantity of some B and C vitamins, but the losses are minimal. In fact, if milk were not pasteurized, then chemical preservatives would have to be added, and that would affect the quality of the milk.
No chemicals are added or subtracted. Nothing is really changed about the milk itself. It just lasts longer and makes you less sick this way.
3/21/2012 1:01am, #19
Seriously why are all you guys so obsessed with milk
Milk is a shitty source of mass protein
The whole gallon is 120 ish grams of protein AND 2000 CALORIES OF CARBS
Why do that to yourself? Eat an egg. Eat a bean. Have a fucking piece of fish
3/21/2012 2:48am, #20
Eggs are without a doubt the best source of protein there is. Not only is the density of protein high, but it's Biological Value is very high (for the uninitiated, BV represents how closely the Amino Acid content mirrors the AAs that are needed by human cells and therefore, how much of the protein is actually able to be used by your body). Plus, eggs are cheap. You can get 18 extra large eggs for like 2 bucks. Oh, and no lactose.