Skim milk best for pumping up muscle mass

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  1. I'll never go without my milk!


  2. Quote Originally Posted by bpmartyr View Post
    Oh yeah! Slam em down while wearing socks & sandals at a PETA rally.

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  3. I hope no one misinterpreted what I said.

    Skim milk is great, but like most things, moderation is key. I drink a glass or two a day, its the idea of drinking gallon + that is ridiculous.

    And its great for shakes too.

  4. Quote Originally Posted by dalvare1 View Post
    I hope no one misinterpreted what I said.

    Skim milk is great, but like most things, moderation is key. I drink a glass or two a day, its the idea of drinking gallon + that is ridiculous.

    And its great for shakes too.

    Well I can only really speak for what has been working for me personally. For most people it very well may be rediculous, but..

    I am only 21 guys, I probably wouldn't be able to get away with drinking that much if I was older. Plus, I think the fat that skim milk has a low G.I. and the fact that I lift 5x a week PLUS attend Rugby practice keeps my milk consumption from turning me into Chris Farley.

    In the end everyone should just do what works best for them, and avoid what doesn't :-)

  5. Quote Originally Posted by BigCasino View Post
    Well I can only really speak for what has been working for me personally. For most people it very well may be rediculous, but..

    I am only 21 guys, I probably wouldn't be able to get away with drinking that much if I was older. Plus, I think the fat that skim milk has a low G.I. and the fact that I lift 5x a week PLUS attend Rugby practice keeps my milk consumption from turning me into Chris Farley.

    In the end everyone should just do what works best for them, and avoid what doesn't :-)

    I'm sure it's just a typo bro...but Skim milk doesn't have any fat, and fat doesn't have a "g.i."...although fat can technically lower the GI of foods b/c fat slows the absorption into the bloodstream. It's the lactose that has the low GI. But being 21 working out 5x a week plus rugby does leave alot of room for milk lol
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  6. Quote Originally Posted by Rictor33 View Post
    Milk = sugar = you're gonna look fat... Sorry, but it's the truth.
    Huh?

    This line of reasoning doesn't make sense to me.

  7. Milk is great. End of story.
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