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Old 11-23-2011, 05:34 PM   #1
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Old 11-24-2011, 10:22 AM   #2
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I like skim, so I must be the 0%???????



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I like skim, so I must be the 0%???????
You LIKE skim milk? My wife says she likes that Soy Milk stuff.

And I don't believe her either.
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Actually, I get the 0% fat free, lactose free milk. I I find it's better suited fo my stomach. It took a while to get used to it though.



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I have that lactose intolerence stuff. I do like milk, but it doesn't like me much.



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I have that lactose intolerence stuff. I do like milk, but it doesn't like me much.
There are several solutions for you that are all genuint milk.

Lactaid, Milk without the lactose

There is a type of milk who's name I do not fully recall, but the first word in the name is "Sweet" The rest, (This is a very very rusty memory) is Acidiholidus or somethign like that, but as I said, very rusty and very mispelled.

You can also take an emzine that digests the lactose. Again I beileve this is sold as "Lactaid"

Google search: Lactose free milk, for much more infiormation.
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Love it! The nice thing is it is easy to get rid of....just drink it!
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Old 11-28-2011, 04:57 PM   #9
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I used to go through the 2% or skim vs whole milk but quit when I found out that whole milk is only 3.25%.

When I drink milk, I drink whole. It is the only milk my F-I-L ever drinks. and he will be 90 next July. He has no cholesterol issues, he doesn't like a lot of vegetables. His arteries are absolutely clear.
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There are several solutions for you that are all genuint milk.

Lactaid, Milk without the lactose

There is a type of milk who's name I do not fully recall, but the first word in the name is "Sweet" The rest, (This is a very very rusty memory) is Acidiholidus or somethign like that, but as I said, very rusty and very mispelled.

You can also take an emzine that digests the lactose. Again I beileve this is sold as "Lactaid"

Google search: Lactose free milk, for much more infiormation.

Yes, familiar with it. Does not help me much. I can drink some, just not as much as I want.



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Love it! The nice thing is it is easy to get rid of....just drink it!
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