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Milk

Cheap, easy, blend of proteins, can grab it anywhere and has been shown to increase igf 1.

Not saying you're going to grow distended abdominals from drinking it but it really is worth a mention in any 'quick and easy protein' conversation.
 

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Milk

Cheap, easy, blend of proteins, can grab it anywhere and has been shown to increase igf 1.

Not saying you're going to grow distended abdominals from drinking it but it really is worth a mention in any 'quick and easy protein' conversation.
At 5g of sugar per 100ml, how much of it should you really drink though..? The protein in 100ml is only about 3.5g.

To get 35g of protein you would be drinking 50g of sugar.

Not feasible versus just making a shake.
 

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At 5g of sugar per 100ml, how much of it should you really drink though..? The protein in 100ml is only about 3.5g.

To get 35g of protein you would be drinking 50g of sugar.

Not feasible versus just making a shake.
Whys it not feasible when compared to a shake?
Feasible simple means it's of convenience / ease, which a glass of milk most certainly is.

Assuming the rest of your diet is as it should be, consuming some lactose isn't going to cause any undue burden on your pancreas or cause you to become insulin resistant and it offers all of the other benefits I listed as a snack in part of a broader meal plan.

What ill effect on your gains and or health are you suggesting will occur by consuming 400-500ml of milk in a day?
 

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Whys it not feasible when compared to a shake?
Feasible simple means it's of convenience / ease, which a glass of milk most certainly is.

Assuming the rest of your diet is as it should be, consuming some lactose isn't going to cause any undue burden on your pancreas or cause you to become insulin resistant and it offers all of the other benefits I listed as a snack in part of a broader meal plan.

What ill effect on your gains and or health are you suggesting will occur by consuming 400-500ml of milk in a day?
It's a healthy and cheap thing to buy at a motorway service station.......however I tend to cave in and get a burgerking
 

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Milk

Cheap, easy, blend of proteins, can grab it anywhere and has been shown to increase igf 1.

Not saying you're going to grow distended abdominals from drinking it but it really is worth a mention in any 'quick and easy protein' conversation.
Milk is nature's fuel for rapid body development so it's reasonable to assume it would have benifits outside of its macro content. The fact it also comes in chocolate form can only be a bonus
 
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