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Excerpt: anyone else out there try drinking milk and cutting at the same time? I tried it out and i lost 2 pounds per week when i avoided dairy during my cut but when i drank some milk during it i only lost a pound. I was consuming half a liter of milk in the morning and some cheese later in the day. maybe it is in my head?

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    can you cut on milk?

    anyone else out there try drinking milk and cutting at the same time? I tried it out and i lost 2 pounds per week when i avoided dairy during my cut but when i drank some milk during it i only lost a pound. I was consuming half a liter of milk in the morning and some cheese later in the day. maybe it is in my head?

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    Re: can you cut on milk?

    It's not ideal for someone cutting.

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    Re: can you cut on milk?

    cow milk naturally is consumed by baby cows to make them fat

    no human being should be consuming cow milk ever. also no mammal on earth consumes dairy past infancy. the only dairy you should consume is from your mommy when you are a baby.
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    Re: can you cut on milk?

    Milk is definitely not a good option when cutting. Stick to drinking water. Milk is not only calorie dense but also very inflammatory.
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    Re: can you cut on milk?

    Probsbly the worst thing to consume when cutting. It's mostly fat and sugar
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    Re: can you cut on milk?

    you can up until a certain point then you need to eliminate it from your diet.
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    Re: can you cut on milk?

    shouldn’t be wasting calories on liquids when cutting

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