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Re: Milk

Post by ExPenhMan » Sun Jun 15, 2014 10:39 pm

Zero. Became lactose intolerant a couple of decades ago after a severe stomach flu. I don't miss it at all. Oddly enough, I can eat cheese now. I go through periods of eating muesli for a week or two but use soy milk, which took a lot of getting used to.
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Re: Milk

Post by dagenham » Mon Jun 16, 2014 9:56 am

ExPenhMan wrote:Zero. Became lactose intolerant a couple of decades ago after a severe stomach flu. I don't miss it at all. Oddly enough, I can eat cheese now. I go through periods of eating muesli for a week or two but use soy milk, which took a lot of getting used to.
For adults, soy milk is excellent for you (unsweetened and preferably non-fat) and milk is not healthy at all. Whole milk especially is fatty mucous laden goop and grown ups simply don't need it. Non-fat is another story, but soy milk still trumps its benefits 10 fold.

Add non-fat unsweetened yogurt to your museli and soy milk for a substantial digestive and taste plus!

I eat a bowl each and every day for breakfast and I am 60 looking like, well, 59!
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Re: Milk

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Re: Milk

Post by ExPenhMan » Mon Jun 16, 2014 11:49 am

dagenham wrote:
ExPenhMan wrote:Zero. Became lactose intolerant a couple of decades ago after a severe stomach flu. I don't miss it at all. Oddly enough, I can eat cheese now. I go through periods of eating muesli for a week or two but use soy milk, which took a lot of getting used to.
For adults, soy milk is excellent for you (unsweetened and preferably non-fat) and milk is not healthy at all. Whole milk especially is fatty mucous laden goop and grown ups simply don't need it. Non-fat is another story, but soy milk still trumps its benefits 10 fold.

Add non-fat unsweetened yogurt to your museli and soy milk for a substantial digestive and taste plus!

I eat a bowl each and every day for breakfast and I am 60 looking like, well, 59!
I agree with you, adults should not be drinking milk. Milk sugar is the hardest thing for the tummy to digest and we simply don't need it. Calcium you can get in a dozen ways. My fave soy milks are either So Good or Silk brands. For muesli, sometimes I merely use Bulla brand yoghurt with active bacterial culture, no soy milk. Frankly, I wouldn't trust whole milk, what with the antibiotics and other stuff they feed cows.
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Re: Milk

Post by Kuroneko » Mon Jun 16, 2014 12:23 pm

ExPenhMan wrote:
dagenham wrote:
ExPenhMan wrote:Zero. Became lactose intolerant a couple of decades ago after a severe stomach flu. I don't miss it at all. Oddly enough, I can eat cheese now. I go through periods of eating muesli for a week or two but use soy milk, which took a lot of getting used to.
For adults, soy milk is excellent for you (unsweetened and preferably non-fat) and milk is not healthy at all. Whole milk especially is fatty mucous laden goop and grown ups simply don't need it. Non-fat is another story, but soy milk still trumps its benefits 10 fold.

Add non-fat unsweetened yogurt to your museli and soy milk for a substantial digestive and taste plus!

I eat a bowl each and every day for breakfast and I am 60 looking like, well, 59!
I agree with you, adults should not be drinking milk. Milk sugar is the hardest thing for the tummy to digest and we simply don't need it. Calcium you can get in a dozen ways. My fave soy milks are either So Good or Silk brands. For muesli, sometimes I merely use Bulla brand yoghurt with active bacterial culture, no soy milk. Frankly, I wouldn't trust whole milk, what with the antibiotics and other stuff they feed cows.
High dairy fat intake related to less central obesity: a male cohort study with 12 years' follow-up.

CONCLUSION:
A high intake of dairy fat was associated with a lower risk of central obesity and a low dairy fat intake was associated with a higher risk of central obesity.
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/23320900

The relationship between high-fat dairy consumption and obesity, cardiovascular, and metabolic disease.

CONCLUSIONS:
The observational evidence does not support the hypothesis that dairy fat or high-fat dairy foods contribute to obesity or cardiometabolic risk, and suggests that high-fat dairy consumption within typical dietary patterns is inversely associated with obesity risk. Although not conclusive, these findings may provide a rationale for future research into the bioactive properties of dairy fat and the impact of bovine feeding practices on the health effects of dairy fat.
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/22810464
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Re: Milk

Post by Duncan » Mon Jun 16, 2014 12:55 pm

ExPenhMan wrote:
dagenham wrote:
ExPenhMan wrote:Zero. Became lactose intolerant a couple of decades ago after a severe stomach flu. I don't miss it at all. Oddly enough, I can eat cheese now. I go through periods of eating muesli for a week or two but use soy milk, which took a lot of getting used to.
For adults, soy milk is excellent for you (unsweetened and preferably non-fat) and milk is not healthy at all. Whole milk especially is fatty mucous laden goop and grown ups simply don't need it. Non-fat is another story, but soy milk still trumps its benefits 10 fold.

Add non-fat unsweetened yogurt to your museli and soy milk for a substantial digestive and taste plus!

I eat a bowl each and every day for breakfast and I am 60 looking like, well, 59!
I agree with you, adults should not be drinking milk. Milk sugar is the hardest thing for the tummy to digest and we simply don't need it. Calcium you can get in a dozen ways. My fave soy milks are either So Good or Silk brands. For muesli, sometimes I merely use Bulla brand yoghurt with active bacterial culture, no soy milk.

[b] Frankly, I wouldn't trust whole milk, what with the antibiotics and other stuff they feed cows.



But would you trust soy , that has been sprayed with chemicals by workers that cannot even read application rates and the instructions and lets not talk about if we can trust those big chemical manufacture's.
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Re: Milk

Post by dagenham » Mon Jun 16, 2014 1:58 pm

Duncan wrote:
ExPenhMan wrote:
dagenham wrote:
ExPenhMan wrote:Zero. Became lactose intolerant a couple of decades ago after a severe stomach flu. I don't miss it at all. Oddly enough, I can eat cheese now. I go through periods of eating muesli for a week or two but use soy milk, which took a lot of getting used to.
For adults, soy milk is excellent for you (unsweetened and preferably non-fat) and milk is not healthy at all. Whole milk especially is fatty mucous laden goop and grown ups simply don't need it. Non-fat is another story, but soy milk still trumps its benefits 10 fold.

Add non-fat unsweetened yogurt to your museli and soy milk for a substantial digestive and taste plus!

I eat a bowl each and every day for breakfast and I am 60 looking like, well, 59!
I agree with you, adults should not be drinking milk. Milk sugar is the hardest thing for the tummy to digest and we simply don't need it. Calcium you can get in a dozen ways. My fave soy milks are either So Good or Silk brands. For muesli, sometimes I merely use Bulla brand yoghurt with active bacterial culture, no soy milk.

[b] Frankly, I wouldn't trust whole milk, what with the antibiotics and other stuff they feed cows.



But would you trust soy , that has been sprayed with chemicals by workers that cannot even read application rates and the instructions and lets not talk about if we can trust those big chemical manufacture's.
Good point. Soy milk aint soy milk aint soy milk as some are certified "organic". All processed foods are to be examined closely.
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Re: Milk

Post by dagenham » Mon Jun 16, 2014 2:02 pm

Kuroneko wrote:
ExPenhMan wrote:
dagenham wrote:
ExPenhMan wrote:Zero. Became lactose intolerant a couple of decades ago after a severe stomach flu. I don't miss it at all. Oddly enough, I can eat cheese now. I go through periods of eating muesli for a week or two but use soy milk, which took a lot of getting used to.
For adults, soy milk is excellent for you (unsweetened and preferably non-fat) and milk is not healthy at all. Whole milk especially is fatty mucous laden goop and grown ups simply don't need it. Non-fat is another story, but soy milk still trumps its benefits 10 fold.

Add non-fat unsweetened yogurt to your museli and soy milk for a substantial digestive and taste plus!

I eat a bowl each and every day for breakfast and I am 60 looking like, well, 59!
I agree with you, adults should not be drinking milk. Milk sugar is the hardest thing for the tummy to digest and we simply don't need it. Calcium you can get in a dozen ways. My fave soy milks are either So Good or Silk brands. For muesli, sometimes I merely use Bulla brand yoghurt with active bacterial culture, no soy milk. Frankly, I wouldn't trust whole milk, what with the antibiotics and other stuff they feed cows.
High dairy fat intake related to less central obesity: a male cohort study with 12 years' follow-up.

CONCLUSION:
A high intake of dairy fat was associated with a lower risk of central obesity and a low dairy fat intake was associated with a higher risk of central obesity.
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/23320900

The relationship between high-fat dairy consumption and obesity, cardiovascular, and metabolic disease.

CONCLUSIONS:
The observational evidence does not support the hypothesis that dairy fat or high-fat dairy foods contribute to obesity or cardiometabolic risk, and suggests that high-fat dairy consumption within typical dietary patterns is inversely associated with obesity risk. Although not conclusive, these findings may provide a rationale for future research into the bioactive properties of dairy fat and the impact of bovine feeding practices on the health effects of dairy fat.
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/22810464
Just another "red herring". There is a massive library that one can reference that will say, in sum, that no one type of food ever makes you obese. Hello? there be a large % of fatties and it aint related to their dietary habits mostly, They simply don't burn the calories that they are eating. Aint rocket science - your body is just an engine and you must burn what you consume to stay healthy. Easy. Simple. Direct.
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