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    I love me some milk. I get my best gains when I am drinking a half gallon a day. GOMAD is a bit too much for me however, it cuts into how mch solid food I can eat.
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    Humans: the only animal who continues to drink milk after being raised or developed. Correct me if I'm wrong.
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    Originally Posted by RoadMapFire View Post
    Humans: the only animal who continues to drink milk after being raised or developed. Correct me if I'm wrong.

    True, but humans are also the only animal that really controls his diet to a great extent, and change his/her body composition. He are also the only animal that proabably really cares about what we look like.

    What other adult animal even has access to milk on a regular basis? For that matter, what animal mixes whey shakes? Takes creatine? Cooks it meat before eating it even?
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    Yeah, and I bet you down conventional milk? Ohh my, look that waist line...
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    Originally Posted by boogyman View Post

    True, but humans are also the only animal that really controls his diet to a great extent, and change his/her body composition. He are also the only animal that proabably really cares about what we look like.

    What other adult animal even has access to milk on a regular basis? For that matter, what animal mixes whey shakes? Takes creatine? Cooks it meat before eating it even?
    Exactly.
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    Originally Posted by pekkaster View Post
    Yeah, and I bet you down conventional milk? Ohh my, look that waist line...

    Yup, whole milk. Waist is fine.
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    Originally Posted by boogyman View Post

    Yup, whole milk. Waist is fine.
    I down half a liter a day and I'm 6.5% body fat. Good stuff.
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    While milk may be a wonderful anabolic food, it is highly allergenic, containing the hard to digest protein casein which most people are unaware causes inflammation in the gut amongst other things. Casein allergy is more insidious than lactose intolerance. Cow's milk is the most notorious. You guys may think you're not sensitive, but you have no idea what casein does to the lining of your gut over time - even if you're not sensitive to it now:

    (my linking is disabled for now, so please copy & paste)
    marksdailyapple.com/dairy-intolerance/#axzz25QsVHN7D
    blissfulwriter.hubpages.com/hub/Cow-Milk-dairy-products-health
    articles.mercola.com/sites/articles/archive/2009/07/09/the-devil-in-the-milk.aspx
    huffingtonpost.com/dr-mercola/dairy-free-avoid-this-pop_b_558447.html

    If you are going to do dairy, do it smart:
    1) Avoid all pasteurized dairy; use raw (milk, cheese)
    2) Use only cultured dairy (yogurt, kefir)
    3) Goat milk and whey is a much better choice of dairy protein and composition and is more digestible (similar to mother's milk)
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    While milk may be a wonderful anabolic food, it is highly allergenic, containing the hard to digest protein casein which most people are unaware causes inflammation in the gut amongst other things. Casein allergy is more insidious than lactose intolerance. Cow's milk is the most notorious. You guys may think you're not sensitive, but you have no idea what casein does to the lining of your gut over time - even if you're not sensitive to it now:

    (my linking is disabled for now, so please copy & paste)
    marksdailyapple.com/dairy-intolerance/#axzz25QsVHN7D
    blissfulwriter.hubpages.com/hub/Cow-Milk-dairy-products-health
    articles.mercola.com/sites/articles/archive/2009/07/09/the-devil-in-the-milk.aspx
    huffingtonpost.com/dr-mercola/dairy-free-avoid-this-pop_b_558447.html

    If you are going to do dairy, do it smart:
    1) Avoid all pasteurized dairy; use raw (milk, cheese)
    2) Use only cultured dairy (yogurt, kefir)
    3) Goat milk and whey is a much better choice of dairy protein and composition and is more digestible (similar to mother's milk)
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    Raw milk FTW!!!!!
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    Originally Posted by mcs5309 View Post
    While milk may be a wonderful anabolic food, it is highly allergenic, containing the hard to digest protein casein which most people are unaware causes inflammation in the gut amongst other things. Casein allergy is more insidious than lactose intolerance. Cow's milk is the most notorious. You guys may think you're not sensitive, but you have no idea what casein does to the lining of your gut over time - even if you're not sensitive to it now:

    (my linking is disabled for now, so please copy & paste)
    marksdailyapple.com/dairy-intolerance/#axzz25QsVHN7D
    blissfulwriter.hubpages.com/hub/Cow-Milk-dairy-products-health
    articles.mercola.com/sites/articles/archive/2009/07/09/the-devil-in-the-milk.aspx
    huffingtonpost.com/dr-mercola/dairy-free-avoid-this-pop_b_558447.html

    If you are going to do dairy, do it smart:
    1) Avoid all pasteurized dairy; use raw (milk, cheese)
    2) Use only cultured dairy (yogurt, kefir)
    3) Goat milk and whey is a much better choice of dairy protein and composition and is more digestible (similar to mother's milk)
    I drink .5L a day of organic milk and 25g of casein nightly....
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