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Korpsie
09-07-2009, 04:17 AM
1. Does anyone know approx. how many calories FULL CREAM Milk contains? Everywhere I look I get something different or I'm just stupid.

2. At the moment I'm not too sure how many calories my intake is in a day. However, could I assume that if my weight stays the same from what I'm taking in at the moment then I can assume I'm either on my maintenance or very close to it. So if I take in extra calories/start eating more, then I should be over my maintenance?

tom183
09-07-2009, 05:59 AM
1. The bottle in front of me says 64 calories per 100ml.

2. Yes and yes.

thereturn
09-07-2009, 09:27 PM
1.
the one im looking at has 67 calories per 100ml


2.?
you should start tracking your diet using something like fitday, it will give you a better idea of what your eating, especially a macro nutrient breakdown

Korpsie
09-08-2009, 02:37 AM
the one im looking at has 67 calories per 100ml


you should start tracking your diet using something like fitday, it will give you a better idea of what your eating, especially a macro nutrient breakdown

Okay so one can work on atleast 60 calories per 100ml. In other words if I start drinking 1l of milk everyday then I can boost my calorie intake by atleast 500 - 600 calories a day?

What is fitday?

LuNa
09-08-2009, 02:56 AM
Fitday (http://www.fitday.com) is a tool to track your calories.

tom183
09-08-2009, 07:07 PM
Okay so one can work on atleast 60 calories per 100ml. In other words if I start drinking 1l of milk everyday then I can boost my calorie intake by atleast 500 - 600 calories a day?

Yes.


What is fitday?

See above.

platypus
09-08-2009, 11:36 PM
fitday usually reveals to people truely how much/little they are eating. tracking your calories is definitely a good idea if you want to get serious about lifting.

wendyveldhuis
09-09-2009, 07:02 AM
Hi Korpsie,

Yes, one bottle of milk contains nearly 65-70 calories per 100ml which give you energy and nearly all nutrition required for the full diet.By taking milk daily doesn't effect on your weight and height. It gives energy which can be stored as a fat in your body which can be converted into glucose when required.

Thanks

denlywmr
09-11-2009, 11:36 PM
The number of calories in milk are listed in the table below. They have been calculated per 100 ml for comparison purposes. To measure milk calories for individual glasses simply measure, or estimate size of glass, then find the value below and multiply it by your glass size in percentage. Learn more on how to count calories.