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Old 05-10-2011, 08:31 AM   #7
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Originally Posted by BendtheBar View Post
I used chocolate milk and a cherry pie as my post-workout for years.



I have read the studies but forgot them. I am pretty sure I could eat butter and rocky mountain oysters post-workout and gain.

Only reason I switched to whey was for cost, and because I didn't want the calories any longer.



I've been thinking of giving up on the whey/milk PWO shake. I would much rather make choco milk, but my problem is how chocolately I like the milk. I already use the "lite" version of Hersheys syrup, but that still has a lot of sugar, along with the milk sugars.. If I make what I want, I'm looking at 2-3 cups of 1% milk, and 1/4 cup syrup... That's a lot of sugars, which is why I've stuck with low-sugar whey for years...

But choco milk is so damn good....
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