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Milk--It Does A Body Good!

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Milk has been the secret ingredient in my weight loss recipe for years. Whenever I add on a few pounds or feel sluggish, I replace a meal with cereal and a big glass of milk. It helps me look and feel slim in a short amount of time.

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  • I mix 16oz of skim milk with chocolate-flavored whey protein isolate for breakfast after my 5:30am workouts. I love chocolate milk and I get 40 grams of protein in one breakfast drink. I am starting to lose weight since I started this and I do not get as hungry during the day. - by LEIRIA
  • I actually learned about adding Milk to a weight loss plan when Jillian advised Helen Phillips to do that a few Seasons ago on the Biggest Loser. Helen went on to win~~At the age of 48! - by LJCANNON
  • If you have a problem with milk and want more dairy. Try eating AGED CHEDDAR CHEESE I eat one ounce before bed and it lowers my blood sugar. The aging process makes it lactose free. I was Told this by Cabot and I do use their product along with Aged store brand also.Pat in Maine. - by NORASPAT
  • great tip also . I love cereal and milk But now i will use it as a snack for me too. - by BABYGIRLLOVE1
  • love dairy to! The protein makes you feel fuller for a longer amount of time! :O) - by SHRIMPCHIC
  • Love milk specially with chocolate added to it. emoticon emoticon - by SMACK8
  • milk is a good source of fat and protein needed by the body to function at its best. There are milk variants that best suits a weight watcher's diet. - by TRUDYFOODY
  • I love milk...ice cold especially when im baking ...it helps me to not taste test lol....besides calcuim is a great weight loss tool.... - by PDILLARD5
  • Gotta love it! For those who want to drink milk, but can't handle the lactose, I've found Lactaid or Dairy Ease to be quite tasty. For a real stick-to your-ribs meal, chow down on a cup of bran flakes with a sprinkling of Splenda and about 2/3 cup of milk. - by JUSFOLK
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  • INSTEAD of DAIRY milk...I drink the SILK *Almond* milk! I especially LOVE the Dark Chocolate!! Dark Chocolate eases the sweet tooth cravings, and it doesn't shoot my blood sugars sky high like DAIRY MILK does! - by BETTYJ1951
  • Milk (in ANY form) ALSO shoots my blood sugars SKY HIGH! I LOVE milk...but, I have tried to stay as FAR AWAY from it as I possibly can because of it's impact on my glucose control! - by BETTYJ1951
  • While researching different diet plans, I found that if the plan prohibited milk -- it wasn't for me!! When I'm thirsty, milk is the ONLY thing I'm interested in. It's almost an addiction since I feel a little panicky if I'm running low; and it it's not beyond me to drag myself out of a cozy warm house and into a store on a frigid winter's night at 11:00 p.m. to restock!! Glad to see SP sees its benefits and includes it as a dietary need. :) - by ITSTIME2011
  • I noticed the last time I had a glass of milk I felt really full afterwards. Thanks for this pst. Im gonna try and get more milk in my system. - by MISS-OVEREATER
  • Thank you for the information on drinking milk with meals. I've wondered why milk was on my menu so much. Now I know how importantant milk is to my diet and I will be using the tips for making milk more tasteful. - by MAEMAE66
  • This, too, is one of my most powerful secret weapons. Only I always use yogurt - it has the added benefit of helping my digestion. Occasionally I will add a teaspoon of fiber and a bit of cocoa - a cup will last 2-3 hours! - by TRIANGULUS
  • FIREWORKS8
    Thanks for all the tips on the milk. I am trying to incorporate more milk into my diet an this helps alot. - by FIREWORKS8
  • KAREN2LOSE55
    Yes, we love our milk too! So happy that so many of you love the good, yummy milk that us dairy farmers produce! Yes, our bodies need it! emoticon emoticon - by KAREN2LOSE55
  • I can't set up any diet without milk! Milk is always present in my meal plans. I can't replace it, and I love the taste. - by NANAKOSUZUKA
  • Gee, I've been drinking milk all my life, when I get thirsty working out in the sun, a cold quart of white or choc milk not only satisfies that thirst, but adds the nutrition to keep going till the next meal, and I DON'T DO COLORED WATER, ONLY WHOLE MILK. - by SANDFLEA28
  • JUSTDOIT46
    Milk has been part of my diet all my life. I attribute my great bone density at almost age 65 to drinking milk. - by JUSTDOIT46
  • DEBRADOKHT
    I love dairy ,too. My favorite is a pint of melted ice cream poured over reduced sugar Frosted Flakes. This is sooooo much more healthy than the regular Frosted Flakes. I feel great since I have cut back on sugar consumption.This combination is great for a late night snack. It helps me fall right to sleep. - by DEBRADOKHT
  • Milk is indeed good for the body. It is packed with proteins and the right amount of fat needed by the body. A number of variants such as low-fat, skim are available in the market :) - by TRUDYFOODY
  • emoticon Yup, I find this helpful too - by ZENSTEPH
  • I love me some milk! - by DIANE538
  • I love emoticon but I can drink it all day long! - by SKUTZ1
  • Special K Chocolate and Soy Milk here I come! - by PUNZIE73
  • I AM NEW AT THIS,I B=NEED HELP IN GET STARTED,
    PLEASE HELP

    NEED TO LOSE WEIGHT - by SHIRLEYFD7
  • What kind of cereal do you eat? Milk has always been something has sucked my energy out like crazy. Too much milk on a regular basis and I barely have the energy to walk across the room. And cereal, being a processed food doesn't generally help in that area, but if I could get a healthy cereal, I'd love to try this sometime. - by SPARKYCARLEY
  • I need to remember this tip when my family is eating something too high-calorie for me. I could just have cereal and milk...how easy is that?! - by KANSASROSE67
  • emoticon - by MARIA5000

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