PSA Milk as a recovery drink on Britains Favoirite Supetmarket Foods
Initial research done some years ago (2006 ish I think). More recent research by a number of other institutions backed up the findings that chocolate milk is the ideal recovery drink after a hard bout of intense aerobic exercise. Although I am sure Strawberry or banana flavoured milk would be just as good.Posted 6 years agoandylMember
Unfortunately it’s not really ethical or viable to have farms full of women so cows milk will have to do. Keep meaning to try goats milk actually.
I love milk, used to drink a whole 4 pint bottle in one go after various forms of strenuous physical exercise in my first couple of years at Uni. Probably going to get horrible gall stones or something when I am older 😕Posted 6 years agoFuzzyWuzzyMember
I mostly only watched it due to the presenter but yeah not exactly rocket science with the milk but I guess might be news to non-sports people. Wasn’t really fair comparing it with a carb-based energy drink either – do people (even rugby players…) really use those as a recovery drink?Posted 6 years ago
Are you serious? Milk has to be tested for antibiotic residue by law
Ah, the blind faith of the public, that the Gov is looking out for us and protecting us from big Agra, big Pharma and the fast food pedallers.
Test milk for residues, and you will find them.
It then becomes a bun-fight over what levels of residues are acceptable.
Once you start on that path, I feel things grow very dark indeed.
I was recently flamed and pitch forked for merely suggesting that drinking milk might not be your favourite pastime, esp were you to know what is really in it.
Now, another person ^^^^ posts that pus will be prescent in milk and the disbelief is exclamied.
Check it, Cows milk will contain levels of antibiotics, debris and organisms from the cows udders.
Also, cows are fed grain as well as grass.
Some, more grain, than others.
That grain will not be subject to the same tests / standards were it destined for human consumption.
That grain will have herbicide, pesticide and fertilizer residue on it.
Which will be consumed by the cow and will eventually make it to the milk.
Fact of the matter is, theres a large degree of difference between milk produced for being milk (cows feed grass only and drug free), and that which is mass produced for super markets, to a cost.
Furthermore, while pasteurization may kill most bacteria, its not so clear if bacterial endospores are destroyed also.
And then theres the whole raw milk debate.
But just one big question.
Have you ever stopped and wondered whether there may have been a time when man didn’t drink the milk from another speices, which he has since managed to manipulate to give us the modern cow ?.
Cows milk. Its for Cows.
😉Posted 6 years ago
comparing the calcium content with that of a banana seemed a little odd and did rather set the scene for the rest of the debates!
My girlfriend did actually say “That’s amazing!” but seeing as milk is known for being full of calcium, and bananas really aren’t that’s not really that impressive!Posted 6 years ago
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