Okay, I first heard that milk was bad for you. Then I here that milk is bad for you while cutting. Well I'm all for milk anytime, so here's a question for all you milk haters:
Why is milk so bad for you when cutting?
I assume this would be because the source of carbohydrates in milk is the sugar lactose. But lactose also has a low GI. I don't know much about GI here, but I'm going to assume GI is related to how fast a carb is digested. If milk has a low GI, wouldn't that also mean that it digests very slowly. Then why for the love of god is it so bad?
Let's say that milk - in spite of it's low GI - does digest quickly (I suppose this would be bad due to lack of energy hours later) then how about this:
Let's say you consume 6 meals per day. Each meal has a breakdown of about 36g. Protein, 44g. Carbs, and is spaced out about 2-1/2 to 3 hours apart. Now let's say you changed the breakdown of the last 5 meals to 28g. Protein, and 32g. Carbs, and in between each meal consume 8oz. of skim milk. You still have plenty of energy throughout the day, and you have upped the number of times eating per day from six to ELEVEN! All by the convenience of nature's perfect food - MILK, MUAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAH!!!!