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guys at the nutrition store were telling me to avoid this at all costs. wehther it be whole, skim, lo-fat etc. they say due to the additives and hormones in milk, milk will negatively affect the muscles. therefore, all week long I have stopped drinking milk. anyone else hear of this??

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You asked.

http://bbs.clubplanet.com/showthread.php?threadid=178660&perpage=15&pagenumber=1

My feeling (in short) - there are much better sources of protein than milk.

Rackham believes the opposite and had a study to back up his belief.

I personally, was too lazy to go back and find any studies. Rackham says there are not any - I say there are but only a few and they are hard to find.

Nautica

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Originally posted by diabolique007

um, calcium, hello?!? Look for alternative ways to intake calcium, ie certain veggies, yogurt, soymilk, etc....

who the hell drinks milk for protien? :rolleyes:

Yep, Green leafy vegtables are the best source of calcium - by far. Also, don't forget the vitamin D when you take calcium. The body can NOT utilize Calcium without it. 15 minutes in the Sun per day is adequate - but that is hard sometimes for Northern winters.

Nautica

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Originally posted by elitesnautica

My feeling (in short) - there are much better sources of protein than milk.

I agree.

Rackham believes the opposite and had a study to back up his belief.

I don't think the opposite; I just think that milk protein is digestible. I definitely wouldn't recommend it as a person's primary protein source. Anyway, like you I have no intention of repeating this debate. ;)

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