My wife and I had a spirited debate last night over milk, whey powder and hormones. …why little things like this turn into arguments, I have no idea… She is firmly in the anti-milk camp. I can take it or leave it. I’ve searched the site …over 200 hits… and read some pretty interesting articles …Berardi, Willson, Lowrey etc… I don’t want to go over the whole pro-con milk thing, seems there is enough evidence/ammo for both sides to make either case.
My question is, which was a major part of the spirited discussion, do protein powders, either whey or casein, end up with concentrated amounts of crap?given the assumption that milk is crap in the first place.
Fyi ?I was an anti milk person at one time, all my info came from www.notmilk.com, which some of you may be aware of, but it?s my opinion now that this guy is over the top in his claims.
How can you have an argument over an assumption?
You’re not married are you?
I was writing on my wifes behalf. It’s her assumption/opinion/belief, whatever you want ot call it, that whey protein powder is NG.
An assumption you seem to be on the fence about besides.
Should have said, I can take it or leave it. I drink it occasionally and have no problem with GI or otherwise
Milk is one of the best foods for you in my opinion. Protein, carbs, vit, D, calcium… GI bullshit aside. I rarely drink it stand alone and I’ve never been real into the GI ‘crap’ anyway. I think once foods are mixed it takes on a whole new absorption response. If I were concerned about the response, a tbsp of olive oil mixed would settle that concern for me.
But hey, I’m a WI guy who has never had an adverse reaction to milk. [/quote]