What are the differences?

Anonymous, a Men's Health Staff and Full Member of http://www.menshealth.com.ph states that:

‘The main reason milk is a good after-workout (or before if you like milk-burp like a baby  ) drink is that it is 80% whey and 20% casein. So you get good amounts of fast and slow proteins to replenish your body.

People who train and those watching their waists prefer low fat because it cuts calories. Skim also lowers cholesterol (better than whole, but whole still lowers triglycerides).

But (and here's one of those controversial issues again, so read and take from it what you will): Researchers in Texas found that drinking whole milk after lifting weights boosts muscle protein synthesis 2.8 times more than skim milk. So if you're thin and bulking up, brave the farts and drink whole milk after lifting.’

Very interesting stuff – What do you think?

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New studies have found that without Milk and Calcium in ones diet, it can effect you in negative ways.

Some of the findings have shown that one can suffer from:

Osteoporosis: Caused by the inadequate intake of calcium. Partiularly if you are female you are very likely to suffer from Osteoporosis, a disease characterized by extreme bone loss.
Colon cancer: People who drink milk regularly are less likely to develop colon cancer, studies have shown.
Blood Pressure: As a result of research found in the United States, a large intake of Vegetables, Fruits and regular calcium will lower the blood pressure than fruit on its own.
Type 2 Diabetes: Over 10 years a study was conducted on over 3,000 overweight adults and it was found that when these adults drank milk and ate dairy products the risk of Type 2 diabetes decreased in young adults.

Drink Moo Milk - Stay healthy!
It is great to drink lots of Moo Milk. You will never have to worry about your bones being low in mineral density. Milk is one of the worlds best sources of calcium!

And the great thing is that Moo Milk is low in fat, so we don’t have to worry about high fat content like we do with full cream milk. Milk also contains a significant amount of vitamin C.

The exact components of raw milk vary by species, but it contains significant amounts of saturated fat, protein and calcium as well as vitamin C, a vitamin that is important to your immune. This Vitamin is found in citrus fruits and vegetables such as oranges, limes, grapefruits and tomatoes, green pepper and potatoes.