Redpill me on milk /ck/
Should we drink it daily?
Is it really good for our teeth/bones?
Is it only for children?
>should we drink it daily
yes, it's tasty as fuck and goes great in quite a few dishes and deserts.
unless you're intolerant to lactose, then, no
>Is it really good for our teeth/bones?
Yes. it won't grow a arm back. but it's great for teeth and bones
>Is it only for children?
no. people bitch and make fun, but no one turns down cookies and milk.
Your body stops absorbing calcium after 25. You've been lied to your whole life by the milk industry. Even As a kid you don't need as much calcium as the milk industry says. Milk is nothing but fat and sugar
That being said if you like it drink it. But there are no health benefits.
From what I've heard, all that "it does a body good" shit is bullshit. It doesn't really help you bones, but it is a decent source of protein. Also, someone told me the other day that alcoholics drink it before drinking booze to coat their stomach and prevent further damage and exacerbation of their ulcers. So their are many benefits to milk. However, in many cases, patients said milk and other dairy products contributed to their stomach pains. One time I had mild inflammation in my stomach and I would get horrible heart burn. I thought it was from alcohol, but I don't think it was the booze anymore. I think it was from eating cereal very late at night and also avocados. Anyway, that went away and I still drink a lot of booze and also milk. I try not to have cereal before bed though. I've also curtailed my avocado intake.
>>7314062Dear Skim Milk: Be whole milk or be nothing sincerely. Ron swanson.
Milk is a decent ingredient, not so good as a beverage. I think the only reason it's popular is because the conventional wisdom of a century or so ago was that it was the most wholesome food possible, and that kind of thinking has hung on until today. Most milk drinkers massively overrate it's healthfulness.
In short it's a very muddied subject. You have studies claiming it's safe and great and others claiming a variety of negative health effects stem from drinking bovine milk.
Most likely it's ok in moderation (like almost everything life) but too much can have negative effects.
With absolutely no evidence, I would say 1 gallon over 1-2 weeks is completely safe (assuming you produce sufficient amounts of lactase), but doing something like GOMAD for a while could really hurt you.
Every day I drink local amish minimally pasteurized grass feed organic milk & also no hormones or antibiotics @ $8 per gallon
All other milk is over prossesed industrial piss for plebeians that has lost all its nutritional value
This is the only truly redpilled way to do it & all other ways just damage your health and waste your money