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    For the people who drinks milk, regardless of skim, low, etc.

    Edit glasses/cups.

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    Quote Originally Posted by liquid View Post
    For the people who drinks milk, regardless of skim, low, etc.

    "How much a day?"..... and the numbers represent what? Quarts? Glasses? Gallons?!?! LOL

    I assume glasses.... I myself consume a gallon roughly every 2 days... And yes, its ALWAYS skim! All the protein, less fat! mmm mm mmmmmmm!!!!:squat:
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    Only 1 glass a day...being lactose intolerant sucks
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    I drink skim when I feel like it. I have to say all these polls are really lame lol.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SteelEntity View Post
    I drink skim when I feel like it. I have to say all these polls are really lame lol.
    somebody gotta do it
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    do u guys worry about the sugar content? i dont drink it, but i do it get it free at work
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    I can't drink too much milk straight up or I get the bubbles, but I can take down a lot of milk if its with protein powder.
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    Quote Originally Posted by VolcomX311 View Post
    I can't drink too much milk straight up or I get the bubbles, but I can take down a lot of milk if its with protein powder.
    I am the opposite, I am ok with a bunch of milk by itself. But when I mix it with my whey, my stomach starts brewing.
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    it depends really...but recently i have about 3 cups on average a day
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    Quote Originally Posted by justing View Post
    do u guys worry about the sugar content? i dont drink it, but i do it get it free at work
    Unless you are competing, then it should not be a problem. The pros of drinking milk out weigh the little the cons that there are.
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    Quote Originally Posted by justing View Post
    do u guys worry about the sugar content? i dont drink it, but i do it get it free at work
    wish i was getting free milk at work. it's getting crazy expensive, right along side whey (duh!)
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    Quote Originally Posted by avgBdybldr View Post
    wish i was getting free milk at work. it's getting crazy expensive, right along side whey (duh!)
    I hear ya on that!!! JEEEZ!!!! Between milk, supporting supps, food, and whey.... i'm nearly broke just trying to stay in good shape!!!!
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    yeah I have had to cut out some supps recently. Whey is getting so expensive and BCAA's here in canada are crazy expensive. I stopped using ZMA just to cut costs a bit.
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    I'll drink about 3/4 pints on a good day, thats including one in my protien shake. I'll go for full fat for a treat now and then :P but usually its semi skimmed!
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    It depends on weather or not I am cutting or bulking. I just seem to hold on to the fat longer when I am cutting and drinking milk in my diet.

    Bring on the milk if I am bulking!
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    I go through about 3 gallons of RAW Whole Milk on a weekly basis...
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    Definitely whole milk. Anything else tastes like chalk water. What does raw milk entail? Unpasteurized?
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    yea def about 1/2 gallon a day being conservative its soooo good, but man its gotten expensive!(More than a gallon of gas)!!!
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    2-3 cups in the morning, 4 cups an hour before bed so i piss some of the water out before i sleep.
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    2 cups with 1-2 scoops of whey before bedtime.
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    Raw grassfed milk is superior. I used to drink a lot when I could get it for $3/gal from a farmer I knew. Now that I'm in California it's legal in stores but it costs $16/gallon here and it's Holstein milk, which is lower quality than the Jersey cow milk I was used to for $3/gal in PA
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    BTW, I just hope you guys know milk causes a big increase in insulin levels, even though it's glycemic index is quite low. Not that it doesn't have its place...just a thought for guys taking it before bed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by lbarber View Post
    I go through about 3 gallons of RAW Whole Milk on a weekly basis...
    Damn, I could have saved thousands if I had just switched over to Almond Milk 7-8 months ago...

    S***, I've wasted a lot of money...
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    Quote Originally Posted by SteelEntity View Post
    I have to say all these polls are really lame lol.
    um...what cool, new, exciting polls are you hoping to see in a general nutrition section of a fitness forum?
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    i consume around 2-3 glasses (16-24oz), it is one of the cheapest way to get quality protein well along with bread
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    http://milksucks.com/

    There is an "Allowable amount of puss and blood" in milk.

    That doesnt sound appetizing to me.
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    Milk is great for controlling body fat, I have started drinking it every day, I used to drink skim but now I drink lite milk which is a combination of skim and whole.
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    I drink about 2/5 a gallon/day of skim. Tastes almost like water, so I don't really mind the taste.
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    the carbs in milk digest slower then oatmeal according to Layne Norton, so everyone quit worryin
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    I get mad bloated if I drink milk with whey.
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    Quote Originally Posted by skunkman View Post
    It depends on weather or not I am cutting or bulking. I just seem to hold on to the fat longer when I am cutting and drinking milk in my diet.

    Bring on the milk if I am bulking!
    same way here too man. Bulking i will try and drink a gallon a day at the height of my stage (can't keep that up for more that 4 to 6 weeks though, due to cost) during a cut i'm lucky to finish a gallon in 7 days before it goes bad.....
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    Quote Originally Posted by beebab View Post
    I get mad bloated if I drink milk with whey.
    Ditto. I get real gassy too
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    Milk makes me feel like sh!t.
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    A heads up - tried this Hood milk, called Calorie Countdown, and it's been ever so delicious. 90 calories per class, sporting a 5g fat/5g carg/8g protein breakdown. Of those 5g carbs, only 3g are sugars. Taste wise, absolutely great. The aftertaste is like milk chocolate icecream. In the event that there's a Big Y near you (grocery store in the North East), they currently are running a 2 for $5 sale until the end of the month if I remember correctly.

    Here's a link with the ingredient label:
    http://www.hphood.com/products/prodDetail.aspx?id=577
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    Quote Originally Posted by Highlanda01602 View Post
    A heads up - tried this Hood milk, called Calorie Countdown, and it's been ever so delicious. 90 calories per class, sporting a 5g fat/5g carg/8g protein breakdown. Of those 5g carbs, only 3g are sugars. Taste wise, absolutely great. The aftertaste is like milk chocolate icecream. In the event that there's a Big Y near you (grocery store in the North East), they currently are running a 2 for $5 sale until the end of the month if I remember correctly.

    Here's a link with the ingredient label:
    http://www.hphood.com/products/prodDetail.aspx?id=577

    lotta sodium
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    Quote Originally Posted by Highlanda01602 View Post
    A heads up - tried this Hood milk, called Calorie Countdown, and it's been ever so delicious. 90 calories per class, sporting a 5g fat/5g carg/8g protein breakdown. Of those 5g carbs, only 3g are sugars. Taste wise, absolutely great. The aftertaste is like milk chocolate icecream. In the event that there's a Big Y near you (grocery store in the North East), they currently are running a 2 for $5 sale until the end of the month if I remember correctly.

    Here's a link with the ingredient label:
    http://www.hphood.com/products/prodDetail.aspx?id=577
    Hells yes, I love this stuff! They've got it at Walmart here where I'm at in IL. Good stuff, not real expensive either and PERFECT for cutting/low carb diets.
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    Im curious. whats better Skim or Fat Free Milk?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Insidious1 View Post
    "How much a day?"..... and the numbers represent what? Quarts? Glasses? Gallons?!?! LOL

    I assume glasses.... I myself consume a gallon roughly every 2 days... And yes, its ALWAYS skim! All the protein, less fat! mmm mm mmmmmmm!!!!:squat:
    Animal fats boost testosterone, no?
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    Quote Originally Posted by lbarber View Post
    I go through about 3 gallons of RAW Whole Milk on a weekly basis...

    4 gallons here. Pricey at $5/gallon. Best stuff by far and beats down the dead milk at the stores. Raw milk actually tastes more "milky."
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    Quote Originally Posted by StanChampion View Post
    4 gallons here. Pricey at $5/gallon. Best stuff by far and beats down the dead milk at the stores. Raw milk actually tastes more "milky."
    Do you live in a rural area? I'd LOVE to be able to buy raw milk.
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