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John
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Milk for muscle mass plays a very important role, due to its composition. Since it is high protein (for muscle mass), as well as a large amount of calcium (strengthens bones) and carbohydrates. There is no fat, skim, and with any percentage of fat. Sportsmen, as a rule, try to drink milk with a minimum fat percentage. As written above, not only the milk consumed by the athletes, and also other dairy products. This can include all kinds of yogurt, cottage cheese, simply put dairy products. :) :) :) Not only plain milk is ideal for muscle growth. Widespread milk powder for building muscle mass. In composition it is the same milk, but reduce it to a powder state. Usually it is diluted with water or some other liquid.

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Milk has plenty of protein-about nine grams per 8-ounce glass—and that protein contains all eight essential amino acids, which means it's complete and can be readily used by your body for repair and growth. For hardgainers, who need to cram down protein every three hours, milk can be a major boon. Drinking an extra, and inexpensive, 30 grams of protein a day won't leave you feeling too stuffed for one of your regular feedings.

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but be careful with supplements and stuff because to much calcium intake actually weakens bones. It should be non-fat milk (otherwise drinking it does nothing but add fat) and the chocolate milk turns straight into fat with the sugar,so basically just drink 2-3 glasses of non-fat milk a day and it might help your bones a little.

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Milk is generally considered to be one of the most useful foods for the task of gaining muscles. It contains a high amount of protein because of its origin as an animal product. Some bodybuilders drink as much as 1 gallon every day. I try to drink milk too, but it is very diffucult for me as I don't like its taste.

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The body of some people not tolerate milk. They observed gastrointestinal disorders, bloating, colic and flatulence. The reason for this can be called an insufficient amount of lactase, the enzyme that breaks down lactose. Alternatively, you can use such products: kefir, yogurt, buttermilk and cottage cheese. They contain all the beneficial bacteria in milk, but it is much easier to assimilate due to the presence of various lactic acid bacteria that are beneficial to digestion. You can also "teach" the body to milk. You need to drink it constantly, small amounts, gradually increasing the dose. Don't confuse lactose intolerance with milk Allergy, which is extremely rare in adults, but can be very dangerous and can cause serious health effects.

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Milk actually includes two types of protein: casein, which makes up 80 percent of the total protein content, and whey, which accounts for the remaining 20 percent. Both are recognized as high-quality, muscle-building proteins; in fact, whey is currently the most common form of protein found in bodybuilding supplements. Of course, milk has a lot more nutrients than just protein: vitamins D, A, B2 and B12, phosphorous, electrolytes and bone-building calcium, to name a few, all of which must be replenished if you're working your butt off in the gym. Keep in mind that when you sweat-which you should be doing plenty of in your cardio bouts if you expect results-you lose calcium as well as the electrolytes sodium and potassium. Hence, milk may indeed be just what your body needs after a workout, since it contains significant levels of all those minerals.

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The benefits and harms of sour milk :P :P :P
Bacteria, skvashivaemoe milk, help faster assimilation, saturating the cow's milk use and bredimus microflora of the intestine with "helpful" bacteria. Everyone knows that the body needs to assist in maintaining the standing balance of intestinal bacteria. And with this great deal it milk products.
If you wish to be the owner of a strong immune system. Include in your diet as yogurt, fermented baked milk and kefir. Not only that, they give a wonderful mood, they tend to fight with chronic diseases.However, the harm of such products lies in their ability to induce dysbiosis and various diseases of the gastrointestinal tract.

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John
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Milk is only part of a healthy diet for someone trying to build muscle. Your diet still needs to be balanced and healthy, you just have to increase how much you are eating if you want to bulk. 2% milk works just as well as whole milk. If you're talking about something like GOMAD, you should rethink your strategy. Yes, this plan provides extra nutrition for muscle building, but it also tends to pack on way more fat during bulking than is desirable.Yes it will help just as much as whole milk. It just contains less fat.

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Prevention of oncological diseases. Men who drank 1 ½ cups of milk a day, two times less likely to suffer from cancer in the future. The drink contains antioxidants, which protect the entire body from free radicals, and because they damage cells and cause cancer. Prevents diabetes. Alas, many men suffer diabetes, the disease most often manifests itself in the wrong way of life – the overeating, the presence of harmful habits. If you know that someone from your family have this condition, you must monitor their diet to avoid the same fate. Drink milk every day and don't forget to eat right, it will help to prevent diabetes. The improvement of health. With regular use of the drink you will notice that your health has improved considerably – in the body there was energy and vigor. This will have a positive impact both at work and in personal life.

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Got milk? If you're trying to put on muscle, you better. Whole milk was once a staple for guys who were packing away calories and moving massive amounts of iron in order to go from pencil neck to bull neck. These days we know enough to shun or restrict the saturated-fat-filled whole variety in favor of skim, but even the fat-free version has its detractors. Some claims against milk link it to childhood diabetes, while others allege widespread pesticide contamination of dairy products. Milk has plenty of protein-about nine grams per 8-ounce glass—and that protein contains all eight essential amino acids, which means it's complete and can be readily used by your body for repair and growth. For hardgainers, who need to cram down protein every three hours, milk can be a major boon. Drinking an extra, and inexpensive, 30 grams of protein a day won't leave you feeling too stuffed for one of your regular feedings.

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Post workout nutrition is crucial for muscle recovery and rehydration. The common advice is to have whey after a weight lifting session because it’s a fast protein. You want to get protein in your muscles as fast as you can for recovery. Milk Content. 1 cup (250ml) whole milk contains 8g protein, 13g carbs & 8g fat for a total of 150kcal. 1 cup also has 290mg calcium & 107g sodium. This combo makes milk perfect for lean body mass gains & recovery. Strength training causes water loss through sweating. Rehydration is crucial for muscle recovery since dehydration can cause stalling. Signs of dehydration: fatigue & headaches (think hangovers). Studies show milk is superior to water and sport drinks for rehydration. Here’s why: milk is rich in sodium & potassium which retain fluid, but also in protein & fat which slow digestion. Less hunger, longer hydration. I don’t recommend sport drinks if you do strength training. Their sugar content will make you fat. Have a solid meal and/or milk and drink plenty of water post workout. Sport drinks are for endurance athletes, not weight lifters.

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