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    carb calories from milk?


    can u guys help me out on this one? each cup of whole milk has 10-12grams of carbs. im guessing these are from lactose? not sure......anyhow, when using milk, can i count those 10-12 grams towards my daily carb intake? ie, can my body use them or are they just empty calories?

    any info would be great, thx.

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    lactose, sugar calories, definitely count them.

    although, I DO believe their GI is somewhere around the low 30's... could be wrong. there's a chain around here that sells concentrated skim, more expensive at about 3.00/gallon but has 15g protein and still just 10g carbs per cup, and tastes really ****ing good. but then, I'm a milkaholic
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    Originally posted by Biggs
    lactose, sugar calories, definitely count them.

    although, I DO believe their GI is somewhere around the low 30's... could be wrong. there's a chain around here that sells concentrated skim, more expensive at about 3.00/gallon but has 15g protein and still just 10g carbs per cup, and tastes really ****ing good. but then, I'm a milkaholic
    hehe, thx bro. id like to buy some 'o that super milk as well, lol.

    dont feel bad, im a milkaholic as well. in fact, im goin to my first MA meeting tommorrow.
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    step 1. take the udder out of your mouth
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    Originally posted by Biggs
    there's a chain around here that sells concentrated skim, more expensive at about 3.00/gallon but has 15g protein and still just 10g carbs per cup
    Hey Biggs, whats the chain? Is it Braums?
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    Originally posted by Biggs
    step 1. take the udder out of your mouth
    step 2. admit that u are a milksucking calf in the flesh.
    step 3. believe in a higher protein powder.
    step 4. for all the people who u have screwed over by stealing their kids' morning cereal milk, ask for forgiveness and ye shall be forgiven.

    hehe.............?
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    LOL sounds about right
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    i hate milk.......
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    milk = fat
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    Lactose has a low GI , but I belive it has a rather high II. Therefore, be wary my friend, wary indeed!
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    It does if its whole milk. The lower the fat, the lower the II. But skim milk also has a slighly higher GI but nothing drastic.
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