Milk doesn’t spike insulin? You’re kidding right? Please tell me you’re kidding. So what you’re saying is as long as I eat a pound of bacon with my snickers bar I won’t get an insulin spike because of all the fat in the bacon…
It doesn’t matter if the snickers and bacon came in separate packages- the stomach sees it as a single entity when consumed at the same time, as it does with milk.
Please post a link to a scientific study that shows milk does not spike insulin.
OK then, well say that milk causes a huge insulin spike.
I don’t give a shit.
I too drink a gallon of milk a day and I don’t have side effects either. I go to the grocery store twice a week and buy 4 gallons at a time. Sometimes the cashiers give me shit, I tell them I just like milk a lot.[/quote]
I never said don’t drink milk. But for someone who is insulin intolerant or diabetic (like me) milk is generally off limits in huge quantities solely due to the huge insulin response. Not to mention I rarely drink my calories.