"Feasible" depends on the intentions of the individual; in this case it would depend on how often this guy intends to consume said snack. "Snack" certainly suggests a degree of regularity to me.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.
At no point did I ever suggest that.What ill effect on your gains and or health are you suggesting will occur by consuming 400-500ml of milk in a day?
"Feasible" depends on the intentions of the individual; in this case it would depend on how often this guy intends to consume said snack. "Snack" certainly suggests a degree of regularity to me.
So assuming he wants to beat the 42g of protein he mentions from a protein bar, he's gonna have to consume a lot of milk to do that. Let's say he just wanted 50g, that would be a litre and a half of milk each time... and 75g of sugar. And probably bloating like you wouldn't believe.
So no, I don't think drinking a litre and a half of milk at a time is a feasible (healthy on a regular basis) snack since the sugar outweighs the protein, and it's a crazy amount of liquid to sit and consume when you could just make a shake.
At no point did I ever suggest that.
Sooner drink milk myself also.Bear in mind whole milk is very nutritious (vitamins, minerals etc) compared to straight whey. IMO milk tastes much better too can’t beat a cold pint of milk, whereas a shake even a “premium” one always feels like a chore to drink.
If very concerned about lactose then lactose free/reduced is readily available.
Whey protein just makes me feel sick those artificial flavourings and sweeteners are sicklySooner drink milk myself also.
Whey bloats me out to the point I barely consume it these days as it ends up being a false economy on getting kcals in
Goes down easy but then leaves me bloated, struggling to digest other foods and subsequently not very hungry.