Do you add milk or water to your protein powder?
I don't care much for calories since I'm kinda DYEL and I exercise 6 times a week.
As for taste I would assume milk is better. I love milk, and only stopped taking it because it bloats me to the point I'll have long burps every 30 seconds and the gut of a 2003 Coleman.
Yes, that's what I'm assuming as well. I'll give it a try with milk for a week, see how it goes. If it goes as predictable, I'll just swap to water.
I'm just jelly of kid-me who'd be drinking milk from dawn to dusk.
Water if I'm just throwing it in my shaker after a workout.
Almond milk if I'm making something fun in the blender with oats, peanut butter, banana, etc.
>Just eat real food and save your money, chump.
Of all the things you could argue, this is the most idiotic. There is no comparison between the money I was wasting to reach my protein macros before I started on powder and now.
Given that each shake I take is roughly 150kcal, it contributes to over 15% of my food expenses at <1 euro a day.
Almond milk has shitty protein content. It's only real benefit is the low carb aspect, but you're buying the Jewish sugar kind if it has 90 cal a serving. You're literally fuckinging up the best part about almond milk. You could be drinking 80 cal 8 gram protein skin milk.
150,000 fucking calories???????????? What the hell do you put in that shake?
I did, used it for many months. It helped but only a little. Then again, the vast majority of my milk consumption back then was with cereal, so the problem might not be just the lactose.
In fact I have a series of issues with my digestive track, namely h. pylori for which I've done anti biotics to little change. There are many foods that I try to never eat nowadays, mainly dairy, cereal and the likes because they bloat me to the point I need to lie on my back to relieve the pain.
>In nutritional contexts, the kilojoule (kJ) is the SI unit of food energy, although the kilocalorie is still in common use. In these contexts, confusingly, the word calorie is very often used for what is actually a kilocalorie of nutritional energy. Sometimes, in an attempt to avoid confusion, it is written Calorie (with a capital "C") in an attempt to make the distinction, although this is not universal, and is not widely understood.
The more you know
My shake is 250g of pic related, with 300ml water and some salt.
One shake is 160 cal, 30g protein, costs 30 cents and tastes refreshing.
>4 cups of whole milk
The bulk awakens