1. T

    Whey (not whey protein)

    Hello guys, have anyone of you tried whey as supplement? I wanted to incorporate more lactose in my diet (due to facts in J. H. Kellog's book Autointoxication), but I am not friend with high fat or protein content and I did browse between many types of products from milk and I did find whey (do...
  2. Sapien

    Ray peat wrong about casein having less inflamitory amino acids than whey?

    I often heard peat say that casein is lower in the inflammatory amino acids (methionine, cysteine, tryptophan) than whey, and I was curious to know how much of a difference there was. After some searching, I kept finding (looked at 5+ analysis) that they actually have very similar amounts of...
  3. AlphaCog

    High lactose whey cheese consumption reduce risk of colorectal cancer - The Norwegian Women and Cancer Study

    Abstract The incidence of colorectal cancer (CRC) has increased among Norwegian women, and is among the highest in the world. In order to understand this increase, country specific dietary exposures have been investigated. The aim of this study was to quantify the association between consumption...
  4. Mr Joe

    Homemade Peat-Friendly Whey Protein

    Many of us are struggling getting enough protein for muscle building on a Peat diet. 150 g daily (average) is hard to find if you don't drink 2L milk every day, if you don't have enough money or just no time. Androsterone and other "pro-metabolic" substances are useful but still need enough...