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How is cheese not superior to milk in every way besides milk being faster to consume and maybe having a bit more vit D ? Take the cheesepill
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it's good but it makes poop worse.
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cheese is extremely salty, if you care about sodium in take
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>>62691179
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>>62691179
>salt bad
Are you a nurse?
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>>62691135
Both are good. Cheese is easily digested from people that have digestive issues, milk can be great for you if your digestion is already good.
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>>62691135
milk is way cheaper, everytime I see this kind of threads like
>hurr durr why take eggs when meat exists
i know the OP is an entitled richfag
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>>62691456
A gallon of milk and a pond of cheese both cost about $3.50, if you’re getting cheap forms of both, and calories and are around the same calories (I think the cheese is somewhat higher: 1700 vs 1750 or something like that).
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>>62691420
You may not die from all this salt, but I hope for you you drown yourself in water, or else you will wish you died before the stones appear.
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>>62691135
You cant make a milk sandwich
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>>62691135
Take the dairy pill and consume it all, including kefir and yogurt. Best of all your dairy is from grass fed cows and raw
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>>62691566
>salt causing kidney stones
oh no, it's retarded...
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>>62691135
Cheese is milk
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>>62691420
So the 'minimum recommended' salt intake is also the best?
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>>62691420
Yeah np mortality wise but what about the aesthetic consequenza of water retention? Is cheese good on a cut?
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>>62691435
Not that anon but a lot of sodium makes my body retain water which makes me look bloated all day long
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milk has the highest nutrient density of dairy products,
cottage cheese is pretty nutritious as well
but some of them like cheddar cheese have most of the nutrients stripped away
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>>62691566
>you will wish you died before the stones appear.
that's fine, I'll just pee it out and put it back into my salt grinder.
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>>62695488
I've drank whole milk my whole life but I'm going to try skim milk.
how hard is it going to be to switch?
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>>62695653
I went from Whole to Fat Free, and honestly there's not too much of a difference.
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>>62695653
Try 2%, then 1% first. Switching straight to nonfat is gonna be tears and gagging.
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>>62691135
half my diet is like dairy products
the other half is eggs


occasionally i eat some meat and bread
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eating cheese before bed gives you crazy nightmares. its good for sleep paralysis maxxing so you can mog shadow people
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>>62691845
Not with that attitude
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>>62691511
Milk prices are very localized Anon.
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>>62696133
I'm pretty sure mill prices are regulated by Wisconsin farms and the government so no other state is allowed to sell milk cheaper than whatever it's marked in Wisconsin.
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>>62695653
skim milk has a higher nutrient density because they have removed some calories from fat. But there is the same amount of vitamins in 2L of 2% milk as there is in 1% milk.
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>>62695932
>Not chugging an entire 500ml energy drink to demon rape maxx
lmfao.
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>>62691845
*ahem*
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>>62695741
How dead are your tastebuds? Fat free tastes like water with a drop of milk
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1 liter of 1.5% milk:
34 g of protein
15 g of fat
49 g of carbohydrates
470 kcal
100 g of cheddar cheese:
23 g of protein
33 g of fat
403 kcal
i love cheese for the taste but it's clearly not superior nutrition-wise
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milk and beef are the healthiest foods nutrition wise
cottage cheese and orange juice are a close second
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>>62691456
>milk is way cheaper
Yeah, cheese (and especially good cheese) is way more expensive.
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>>62691135
Cheese is literally just milk but less. Less calcium, less b vitamins, less protein.
>c-carbs
You're dyel, I don't care.
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>>62691135
I visit my mom once a week and we catch up over a cheese platter. Cheese is a gift to mankind. So fucking good.
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>>62694158
IIFYM
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>>62691135
way ahead of you fren
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>>62691456
Cheese is more expensive, but you can make your own from milk to get around that.

But your comments implying milk is the same as cheese or eggs the same as meat are odd. The nutritional properties of these foods are not the same, nor is what the body gets from them.
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>>62691179
im not black so im alright
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>>62691456
have you tried not being poor? might sort that attitude out
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>>62695488
explains why cheddar is so popular here in bongland
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>>62695653
I can't go below semi skimmed (1.7g per 100 mL blow me) without thinking i may as well just use water
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Cheese has opioids such as casomorphin.
It's in cows milk to make the calf addicted to drinking milk so it grows and thrives.
It becomes concentrated in cheese.
It's why cheese is so addictive.
Also, cheese has relatively high levels of estrogens as estrogen is fat soluble and found in milk fat.
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>>62696258
>america is the world
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>>62691420
5g sodium is over 12.5g salt (sodium chloride). I hope they didn't make the mistake of calling salt and sodium the same thing.
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>>62701255
Yes, I'm sorry, do you actually live outside the midwest? Lmao
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>>62696397
>cheddar cheese
Lmao
100g of Parmesan cheese:
>37 g of protein
>30 g of fat
>400 kcal
>1100-1200 mg of calcium
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>>62699232
It has more calcium and more protein. Stop eating
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>>62702840
*stop eating shit tier cheese
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>>62691511
Imagine a whole pond of cheese lads. What a time to be alive.
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>>62700730
I'm talking micros not macros.
It's high in sodium, so you have higher water retention. If i'm cutting i want to avoid looking bloated with water. I can IIFYM in other ways than cheese and avoid the sodium.
So, is cheese good on a cut?
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>>62694158
cheese is basically entirely fat so unless you're doing keto probably not
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>>62695813
how bad do your farts smell



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