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    Quote Originally Posted by samurai_steve
    My cereal, pulled from the Bulk Bins at Whole Foods, after adding oat bran to it, contains an entire daily serving of fiber.

    So not only do I have balls, they have wood shielding.

    Other options for breakfast include whole-wheat hemp waffles, Omega-3 fortified eggs, and a near half-gallon smoothie with mixed berries.

    That doesn't even get started into the whole wheat pancake mix or breakfast turkey sausages.
    Your balls have wooden shielding? :XXbuzzsaw

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    Oh I love the way jesus can turn any thread into a conversation about blowjobs

    This must truly be a blessing from above.

    Anyway, as for those two questions you asked,

    a) I drink alot of milk because I suddenly realised that I like milk.

    ...I seem to go through phases. About 2 weeks ago it was bread... and I ate alot of bread....

    b) I have now forgotten the other question. And can't be assed checking.

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    The dairy industry has been scamming us for decades now. Milk is not nearly as neccessary to a non-infant as they would have us all believe.
    We keep a 2 litre 1% Organic Meadows skim milk in the fridge and it lasts us two weeks.
    I used to overdo the milk thing, but not anymore. I don't think it is that good for you, personally. A little now and then for some protein and calcium is okay, but if you go overboard your body will make you pay in the long run.
    Teenagers be especially aware because milk causes ZITS!! All dairy products do.

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    You got something to back up such claims OZZ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by RoninPimp
    You got something to back up such claims OZZ?
    Diet. Chocolate, potato chips and sugar, among others, have not been shown to affect acne. This means that the scientific studies done to date did not find a statistically significant difference between acne in two groups of people, one group eating the food in question and one group avoiding it. However, one recent study [1], based on a survey of 47,335 women, did find a positive association between milk consumption and acne. The researchers hypothesize that the association may be caused by hormones (such as bovine IGF-I) present in cow milk.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Acne#Causes_of_acne

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    Quote Originally Posted by RoninPimp
    You got something to back up such claims OZZ?
    Its okay, Samfoo did it for me.

    :adios:

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    Thanks, but you made more claims than just acne. You also stated it like it was conclusive. That study was no such thing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by srichards
    Is 2 litres of milk a day bad for you?
    It would mean your getting around 400% of your RDI of calcium, but calcium's easily soluble and just gets pissed out when you've got enough.

    Is there any thing else that could be hazardous in drinking 2Litres of milk a day?

    Could kidney stones be a possibility if not enough water is drunk?

    cheers fellas.
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    Apostol- Shut the **** up. Bulking drinks.. pfft. Go take your "advice" somewhere else.



    2 litres is a lot, There's no concievable reason to drink or to want to drink that much. I would really not worry about getting enough calcium if you're taking vitamins and you have a decent diet. As for Kidney Stones, there's a wide variety of reasons for getting them (I know first hand.) A diet with excessive protein to carbohydrate ratio, drinking a lot of soda (leaches calcium from your skeleton) and lack of water will cause stones. Also certain people's have genetic predispoisitions to kidney and gall stones. Drinking a lot of milk shouldn't promote mineral deposits, but it won't help either.

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    Excellent,

    so conclusion:That much milk is stupid, some people don't like the taste of milk, someone owes someone a blowjob, and 2 litres of milk a day is not actually bad for me.

    I'm happy then. I'll keep on drinking my milk till i get sick of it. Who knows what's next? Chicken? Juice? Midgets? Vegetables?

    Life is one big rollercoaster.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RoninPimp
    Or maybe dairy isn't a huge part of Mediterranean diets...

    :laughing3

    You make funny, me laugh.
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