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bspsystemsIconMilk vs Soya Milk???26-11-2011 @ 21:09 
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As a quick protein blast when out and about i tend to down a pint of skimmed milk (red top) although would it be beneficial to drink unsweetened soya milk? (just thinking of the sugars in regular dairy milk???)
BigSamIcon...26-11-2011 @ 21:17 
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I heard a few times that soya milk raises estrogen in the body!

Don't know how true it is??
VanillaGorillaIcon...26-11-2011 @ 21:20 
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Milk vs soya milk is like hardcore anal sex with Nigella Lawson vs wanking off with a handful of sandpaper.
bspsystemsIcon...26-11-2011 @ 21:21 
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BigSam said:I heard a few times that soya milk raises estrogen in the body!

Don't know how true it is??


Ill put the soya back on the shelf :-S dont wanna end up with moobs..
BigSamIcon...27-11-2011 @ 08:08 
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I don't know how extreme it can get! If you can actually grow moobs off just soya !

I don't like the taste lol
n1ckIcon...27-11-2011 @ 09:53 
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VanillaGorilla said:Milk vs soya milk is like hardcore anal sex with Nigella Lawson vs wanking off with a handful of sandpaper.


You do have away with words
Grin
martinIcon...27-11-2011 @ 09:58 
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For a quick 'protein blast' I'd look for something that constists of mostly protein rather than carbohydrate.

Saying that, I am partial to a bit of milk but I'd certainly go for semi or full fat not skimmed.
bspsystemsIcon...27-11-2011 @ 11:56 
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martin said:For a quick 'protein blast' I'd look for something that constists of mostly protein rather than carbohydrate.

Saying that, I am partial to a bit of milk but I'd certainly go for semi or full fat not skimmed.


I love full fat milk but at 25% bf i dont think it loves me :-(
drewIcon...27-11-2011 @ 12:01 
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bspsystems said:
I love full fat milk but at 25% bf i dont think it loves me :-(


Sorry to be the one to say but you more than likely already have moobs. Embrace them
JackRevansIcon...27-11-2011 @ 12:15 
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put it this way, oli sykes drinks soya milk and... well just google him.
SimeonIcon...27-11-2011 @ 12:42 
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Post Edited: 27.11.2011 @ 12:43 PM by Simeon
BigSam said:I heard a few times that soya milk raises estrogen in the body!

Don't know how true it is??


No study has shown soya to increase estrogen or decrease testosterone in men.

Soya beans do contain phytoestrogens though (whatever they are) and, like most things, this had been misinterpreted.

It has been proven to lower cholestrol though, so there's one argument in favour of soya milk!
JoniIcon...27-11-2011 @ 12:50 
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BigSam said:I heard a few times that soya milk raises estrogen in the body!

Don't know how true it is??


cows milk has way stronger oestrogens, so if you were concerned about that, you should stop drinking dairy milk. Even meat has oestrogens, but body can handle environmental oestrogens pretty well if they are weak like the plant based phyto-oestrogens, like soya or some other sources. It could even leave the bodys concentration levels lower if the weak oestrogens tie the receptors from the stronger ones, but that just theorising.

But internet stories die hard Grin

soya milk is way better. Dairy & meat industry is f**king disgusting.
JackRevansIcon...27-11-2011 @ 13:27 
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Joni said:
cows milk has way stronger oestrogens, so if you were concerned about that, you should stop drinking dairy milk. Even meat has oestrogens, but body can handle environmental oestrogens pretty well if they are weak like the plant based phyto-oestrogens, like soya or some other sources. It could even leave the bodys concentration levels lower if the weak oestrogens tie the receptors from the stronger ones, but that just theorising.
But internet stories die hard Grin
soya milk is way better. Dairy & meat industry is f**king disgusting.


does any food not contain oestrogens? and why does milk?
IainKendrickIcon...27-11-2011 @ 13:30 
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Soya protein is absorbed almost as quickly was whey.

The whole estrogen thing is no doubt exagerated. To be on the safe side don't drink soya milk every hr! see nothing wrong with some soya meals a day.
MalloneIcon...27-11-2011 @ 14:46 
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Post Edited: 27.11.2011 @ 14:47 PM by Mallone
Soya milk is not really a "milk". Soymilk is not technically a milk, but a beverage made from soybeans. It is the liquid that remains after soybeans are soaked, finely ground, and then strained. Since it doesn't contain any lactose, soymilk is suitable for lactose intolerant folks.

Lifted from this website.

Unless you or your newborn has milk intolerance, then I would not see any reason to recommend soymilk over cows milk. Soymilk doesn't contain the same nutritional value as cows milk (Calcium, B vitamins etc). Animal proteins are more complete than plant proteins. If I was buying a protein shake and one has soy protein and the other has milk protein, I know which one I would choose.

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