Posted On:3/04/2009 10:45am
More science to back up Rippetoe's observations on whole milk:
Posted On:3/04/2009 10:56am
While I am not against milk at all, there's almost no "science" in that article. Which is to say that while studies and articles were mentioned, there was none cited specifically. Add a plea to authority for the nutritionist, this article would do very little to sway those who believe that milk is evil. (I'm not one, btw)
Personally, I think there's probably more good than bad to milk, but that's just my unscientific opinion.
Posted On:3/04/2009 11:09am
Originally Posted by Cayvmann
While I am not against milk at all, there's almost no "science" in that article.
"Scientists at the University of Texas medical branch in Galveston found that drinking whole milk after lifting weights boosted muscle protein synthesis — an indicator of muscle growth — 2.8 times more than drinking skim did."
That was the science I was referring to, hence the first line in my post. Rippetoe's observations on whole milk and weightlifters led him to believe that whole milk is a superior mass builder. The above study seems to prove that point.
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Posted On:3/04/2009 11:25am
Style: Improv comedy
Milk makes me extremely flatulent
Posted On:3/04/2009 2:26pm
Style: Muay Thai
Squatting heavy and drinking whole milk existed long before Mark Rippetoe.
Posted On:3/04/2009 7:55pm
Whats better to drink, whole milk or raw milk?
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Posted On:3/04/2009 9:57pm
Style: Rex Kwon Do
Whole grass fed milk is orgasmic.
Posted On:3/04/2009 10:24pm
I love milk, especially whole milk. I love almost everything made from milk.
But it gives me the same problem it gives to Goju-Joe. Lactaid helps a little. Keeping the quantity at any one meal down helps. And low fat milk products tend to be worse than high fat for lactose concentration. Cheese is less dangerous than milk because much lactose is digested by bacteria during fermentation.
Posted On:3/04/2009 11:03pm
I would kill myself if I was lactose intolerant. Mmmilk...
Posted On:3/05/2009 8:52am
Style: Jiu Jitsu
I'm on a very dairy-intense version of the hyperlipid diet (aiming for but never quite getting 80% of my intake from animal based fats) and I feel awesome. I actually mix cream with my whole milk to help meet the goal. I butter everything, even things that seem unbutterable. I believe my current body fat percentage to be between 8 and 10%.
Here's a blog about the diet that the physiolectuals might enjoy, if they're not already aware http://high-fat-nutrition.blogspot.com/. I haven't read every post in the blog, and none that I have read have specifically addressed this point, but lots of other good data about the healthfulness of fat abound.
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