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    Quote Originally Posted by Stefan Rott View Post
    Have some "Golden Milk", it's very tasty.
    Looks awesome.

    Quote Originally Posted by KeithI View Post
    Isn’t the cow holy in India? Can they even drink milk?
    I'm not Indian lol. But as far as I know they are allowed to have milk because it doesn't harm the animal (I think it is called ahimsa).

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    Lactose-free milk is not milk.
    If you drink soy boy milks, you will be a soy boy.
    Your Ayurvedic wisdom should have known that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yngvi View Post
    Lactose-free milk is not milk.
    If you drink soy boy milks, you will be a soy boy.
    Your Ayurvedic wisdom should have known that.
    I am not sure what makes you think that milk with lactase enzyme added is not milk.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yngvi View Post
    Lactose-free milk is not milk.
    If you drink soy boy milks, you will be a soy boy.
    Your Ayurvedic wisdom should have known that.
    For clarity, we should probably discern whether we're discussing lactose-free milk like Fairlife or lactose-free "milk" like almond juice, soy squeezings, or bull semen.
    Last edited by Jason Donaldson; 05-30-2024 at 07:55 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yngvi View Post
    Lactose-free milk is not milk.
    If you drink soy boy milks, you will be a soy boy.
    Your Ayurvedic wisdom should have known that.
    Are you saying lactose intolerance is a matter of attitude??

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jason Donaldson View Post
    For clarity, we should probably discern whether we're discussing lactose-free milk like Fairlife or lactose-free "milk" like almond juice, soy squeezings, or bull semen.
    Pretty sure he means the former, and not milk-inspired beverages.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mathgainer View Post
    I am not sure what makes you think that milk with lactase enzyme added is not milk.
    I am not sure what sort of psychosis makes a non-Hindu believe in religious Ayurvedic voodoo.

    Lactose-free milks are not milk; at best, they are highly processed milk substitute beverages.
    The aggressive marketing campaigns should be a red flag; not completely unlike the trans fat margarine campaign a few decades ago.

    It's just milk with added lactase! - soy wojack
    Lactase Reviews & Ratings - Drugs.com
    Notice how 80% of of the users of lactase reported they had a negative experience?
    Must mean it is working, right?

    If that isn't enough, you are supporting the destruction of family farms and relying on drug-dealing illegal alien crackheads imported by Coca Cola Corp to produce your food:
    Chilling footage shows calves brutalized at Fair Oaks Farms

    You are taking a serious risk of drinking milk from a vat that has been literally shit in by our incredibly hardworking and definitely not borderline retarded immigrant labor force.
    Lactose-free milk owned by Coca-Cola blamed for sickness

    Leave this lactose-free bullshit fad behind.
    Buy from a local dairy and consume fermented milk products if you can't handle the real thing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yngvi View Post
    I am not sure what sort of psychosis makes a non-Hindu believe in religious Ayurvedic voodoo.

    Lactose-free milks are not milk; at best, they are highly processed milk substitute beverages.
    The aggressive marketing campaigns should be a red flag; not completely unlike the trans fat margarine campaign a few decades ago.


    Lactase Reviews & Ratings - Drugs.com
    Notice how 80% of of the users of lactase reported they had a negative experience?
    Must mean it is working, right?

    If that isn't enough, you are supporting the destruction of family farms and relying on drug-dealing illegal alien crackheads imported by Coca Cola Corp to produce your food:
    Chilling footage shows calves brutalized at Fair Oaks Farms

    You are taking a serious risk of drinking milk from a vat that has been literally shit in by our incredibly hardworking and definitely not borderline retarded immigrant labor force.
    Lactose-free milk owned by Coca-Cola blamed for sickness

    Leave this lactose-free bullshit fad behind.
    Buy from a local dairy and consume fermented milk products if you can't handle the real thing.
    I am so glad to be living in a time where lactofree milk is available; where the wisdom of Ayurveda lives on.

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    Is your contention that lactase has some unknown mechanism of action that degrades the protein? Because that is the sole extra processing step over normal milk. Which sure, comes from factory farms, but has not failed to produce big strong people for decades. It seems you're appealing to amorphous food hygiene neuroses that are about as credible as Ayurvedic voodoo. I wouldn't want my food to come from with high karmic debt, I suppose, but I don't know that that's going to affect my lifting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mathgainer View Post
    I am so glad to be living in a time where lactofree milk is available; where the wisdom of Ayurveda lives on.
    Is it your contention that the Ayurvedics invented lactose-free milk?

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