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    Quote Originally Posted by mr.cooper69 View Post
    Dude I am so confused
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    i really knew where this was going anyway, and that this was nothing but supposition and garbage by aaron
    but i went down the rabbit hole with him and played along
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    I drink two shakes a day, pre and post, but i have had days or even weeks where my lifes schedule has been so crazy i have had double that. No negative effects noticed.

    As for the "liquid protein" thing, how do you explain the large amounts of people who have had huge gains adding large amounts of milk to their diet for long stretches.
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    Quote Originally Posted by boogyman View Post
    As for the "liquid protein" thing, how do you explain the large amounts of people who have had huge gains adding large amounts of milk to their diet for long stretches.
    uhhh
    has nothing to do with the protein content specifically, my friend

    in fact - i will argue this is not even something you should consider doing

    consider:
    humans are the ONLY species that drink milk from another animal, and
    we are also the only species that drinks milk into adulthood

    no grown man should drink milk

    no dairy for me, and i'm doing just fine
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    Quote Originally Posted by snagencyV2.0 View Post
    uhhh
    has nothing to do with the protein content per se, my friend

    in fact - i will argue this is not even something you should consider doing

    consider:
    humans are the ONLY species that drink milk from another animal, and
    we are also the only species that drinks milk into adulthood

    no grown man should drink milk

    no dairy for me, and i'm doing just fine
    I agree but still drink tons of milk.

    Lots of good calories in milk.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jimbuick View Post
    Lots of calories in milk.
    fixed
    i wouldn't call lactose (or galactose) a good calorie, in any realm

    many ppl have milk allergies to some extent (i would go so far as to say yes majority, no question)..
    and don't even know it
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    Quote Originally Posted by snagencyV2.0 View Post
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    i wouldn't call lactose (or galactose) a good calorie, in any realm

    many ppl have milk allergies to some extent (i would go so far as to say yes majority, no question)..
    and don't even know it
    To me all calories are good calories :skinny:
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    Quote Originally Posted by jbryand101b View Post
    Nutrient timing is a science. Your stupid if you think otherwise.
    oooooooooo i just now saw this

    i do not question this at all!
    but - ALWAYS makes for lively and spirited debate (and fueled by such words as the second sentence i did not bolden lol)

    context, and understanding of that context - is everything

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    Quote Originally Posted by jimbuick View Post
    To me all calories are good calories :skinny:
    i question the extent of your skinniness, that you could call ALL cals, good


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    Quote Originally Posted by criticalbench View Post
    Basically.. op was proved wrong and ran his mouth far to long rather than digesting education that was thrown his way and this thread is no longer about protein!
    oh, okay, well, if it's gonna be that kinda party, im just gonna stick my ______ in the mashed potatoes!
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    Quote Originally Posted by snagencyV2.0 View Post
    uhhh
    has nothing to do with the protein content specifically, my friend

    in fact - i will argue this is not even something you should consider doing

    consider:
    humans are the ONLY species that drink milk from another animal, and
    we are also the only species that drinks milk into adulthood

    no grown man should drink milk

    no dairy for me, and i'm doing just fine
    I like milk, whole milk. give me da fat. oh but dont worry, when my wife gets preggo, i'll be takin some hits off the old watermelons.
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    Quote Originally Posted by snagencyV2.0 View Post
    oooooooooo i just now saw this

    i do not question this at all!
    but - ALWAYS makes for lively and spirited debate (and fueled by such words as the second sentence i did not bolden lol)

    context, and understanding of that context - is everything

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    i question the extent of your skinniness, that you could call ALL cals, good


    oops, forgot a e, thanks :
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    i think i saw that dude in The Watch last night lol
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    prob, im suprised he's still alive.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jbryand101b View Post
    prob, im suprised he's still alive.
    been around forever..

    but in reference to your pic -

    i just found it ironic that you would refer to someone as dumb, and then make a dumb error yourself within the same post in which you espouse dumb






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    Just for arguements sake, consider humans are the only animal who cooks their food. Humans also eat a wider variety of food than any other animal.
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    Quote Originally Posted by boogyman View Post
    Just for arguements sake, consider humans are the only animal who cooks their food. Humans also eat a wider variety of food than any other animal.
    i don't want to argue, and you are missing the point

    and none of this has anything to do with your above apparent understanding of WHY milk adds weight to you

    protein itself -- IN ANY FORM be it liquid powder or otherwise -- is the LEAST conducive macronutrient with which to gain WEIGHT
    by far, not even close
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    Besides the fact that milk calories are mostly fat and sugar...
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    Re: Protein Shake vs FOOD Source


    I love milk I drink a gallon every few days whole milk as well! No deficiency on lactase enzymes here.

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    Milk gives me the shyts like a mofo. Lactose free for this guy
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    Quote Originally Posted by Valdez View Post
    I love milk I drink a gallon every few days whole milk as well! No deficiency on lactase enzymes here.

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    I go through a gallon every other day.

    I alternate between whole and 2%.
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    Milkaholic here.. About 3/4 a gallon per day..

    Tried almond milk once.... Almond milk, never again....
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    Quote Originally Posted by snagencyV2.0 View Post
    been around forever..

    but in reference to your pic -

    i just found it ironic that you would refer to someone as dumb, and then make a dumb error yourself within the same post in which you espouse dumb






    i never said I wasn't dumb. it's easier to spot other dummies depending on how dumb you really are.
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    all the milk fans come out of the woodwork lol

    i'm not saying a lot of ppl don't pratice the habit
    what i'm saying is, it is not healthy for all you aspiring fledglings
    and could be detrimental to you, without you even realizing it

    but if you want to drink milk, have it and more power to you



    Quote Originally Posted by jbryand101b View Post
    i never said I wasn't dumb. it's easier to spot other dummies depending on how dumb you really are.
    i question what the hell you think you are even trying to say here
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    Quote Originally Posted by snagencyV2.0 View Post
    all the milk fans come out of the woodwork lol

    i'm not saying a lot of ppl don't pratice the habit
    what i'm saying is, it is not healthy for all you aspiring fledglings
    and could be detrimental to you, without you even realizing it

    but if you want to drink milk, have it and more power to you



    i question what the hell you think you are even trying to say here
    Why is it not healthy if you don't have an adverse reaction to it?

    I think its pretty clear he was calling you dumb. "It takes one to know one"


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    Quote Originally Posted by PalmFist View Post
    Besides the fact that milk calories are mostly fat and sugar...
    Is fruit bad? Its mainly sugar? Thats if im following your premise...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Valdez View Post
    Why is it not healthy if you don't have an adverse reaction to it?
    you could have an adverse reaction to it and not realize it, because it's something you have just always done
    issues include increased phlegm..breathing problems..skin issues..these are but a few

    you can't know, what you don't know, Valdez

    try eliminating it from your intake for a month, see how you feel

    I think its pretty clear he was calling you dumb. "It takes one to know one"
    and now you wish to place yourself in the middle of this one?

    interesting, carry on
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    Quote Originally Posted by tyga tyga View Post
    Is fruit bad? Its mainly sugar? Thats if im following your premise...
    horrible, horrible example tyga, but i appreciate you trying

    fruit sugar (fructose and the like) is comprised quite differently, and acts differently in the body as well
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    Quote Originally Posted by snagencyV2.0 View Post
    you could have an adverse reaction to it and not realize it, because it's something you have just always done
    issues include increased phelgm..breathing problems..skin issues..these are but a few

    you can't know, what you don't know, Valdez

    try eliminating it from your intaske for a month, see how you feel

    and now you wish to place yourself in the middle of this one?

    interesting, carry on
    Hmmmm... Most of my life prior to working out I never drank milk because I hated it lol. Then with the addition of protein shakes I slowly started drinking it again. I can't say I've noticed any trends of ill effects whatsoever. I guess I'm one of the lucky ones.

    Carrying on, lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by tyga tyga View Post

    Is fruit bad? Its mainly sugar? Thats if im following your premise...
    Not at all. Just that milk is not a better protein source if that's what someone is drinking it for when its caloric density is mainly fat and sugar. Harder to digest sugar than most fruit as well
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    Quote Originally Posted by PalmFist View Post
    Not at all. Just that milk is not a better protein source if that's what someone is drinking it for when its caloric density is mainly fat and sugar. Harder to digest sugar than most fruit as well
    What's wrong with the fat content of whole milk? I see you issue regarding galactose and digestion, but not a single problem with the fats.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rodja View Post

    What's wrong with the fat content of whole milk? I see you issue regarding galactose and digestion, but not a single problem with the fats.
    Again. Nothing wrong with drinking milk if that's your thing. Just not as a choice for protein for protein sake. Here's lactose free 2%: 130 cal, 5g fats, 14g sugar, 7g protein. That's what I drink when I do drink dairy. As shown, more calories from sugar and fat than protein.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PalmFist View Post
    Again. Nothing wrong with drinking milk if that's your thing. Just not as a choice for protein for protein sake. Here's lactose free 2%: 130 cal, 5g fats, 14g sugar, 7g protein. That's what I drink when I do drink dairy. As shown, more calories from sugar and fat than protein.
    Again, what is the issue what that?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rodja View Post

    Again, what is the issue what that?
    Nothing for you. Diet for me
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    Quote Originally Posted by PalmFist View Post
    Nothing for you. Diet for me
    Please don't tell me you subscribe to the fat phobia prevalent within the RD field.
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    Quote Originally Posted by snagencyV2.0 View Post
    horrible, horrible example tyga, but i appreciate you trying

    fruit sugar (fructose and the like) is comprised quite differently, and acts differently in the body as well

    Check the quote, that was to palmfist. I KNEW fruit sugar; specifically was different.
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    Quote Originally Posted by snagencyV2.0 View Post
    okay before this becomes any more of a distraction and leads to others jumping in (as is already the case), let's kill this right now
    off the top pal - i don't point out your errant spelling and the irony of your remarks to others as being "dumb" if they do not agree with you (even tho that in itself was rather humorous), if you don't first stick your negativity into a FINAFLEX promotion thread, repeatedly

    alas - shame on me

    but - as a rep for another company, perhaps refresh yourself on the rules of reps posting in other company promo threads
    if you have something positive to say, great
    if you wish to criticize the product being promoted, then that quite honestly is dumb on your part, if you wish to remain a rep here

    forgive me all for wasting a post in this thread for that, but i felt a little clarification was in order before someone else who doesn't know what's going on decides to jump in as well
    and in all actuality, since there are multiple reps itt, perhaps is a good reminder of how not to conduct yourself on this forum, my part here included

    i felt a public scolding to be in order tho
    Chill brotha! Everything is all good my man. I was joking with you nothing more. You have recently become very serious. Relax bro

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    Ah the old milk debate. One of those constant things I don't think we will ever be able to put down One of the classics. Right up there with BCAA ratios (4:11 vs. 2:1:1 vs. 8:1:1 or whatever) or are BCAA's necessary if eating high protein.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Geoforce View Post
    Ah the old milk debate. One of those constant things I don't think we will ever be able to put down One of the classics. Right up there with BCAA ratios (4:11 vs. 2:1:1 vs. 8:1:1 or whatever) or are BCAA's necessary if eating high protein.
    hardly
    what is debatable about cow milk my friend?
    i find no equivalent view in the comparisons you make
    will discuss if you care to
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    Quote Originally Posted by snagencyV2.0 View Post
    hardly
    what is debatable about cow milk my friend?
    i find no equivalent view in the comparisons you make
    will discuss if you care to
    Clearly the past few pages suggest otherwise! Lol, what do you think you have been discussing with others man I merely meant it is one of the "age old" internet forum discussions like the other things I mentioned. If you search around bb forums you will see milk debated ad nauseam and we have done it on here of course.
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    Fat phobia. Lol. I love fat... On titties.... On my wife's ass....
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