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How much gelatin to milk?

cliff

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You don't need to add gelatin to milk, if your looking for extra protein a tablespoon or 2 with each meal would be good.
 

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Wow, good catch P2P! Didn't even think about the tryptophan in milk.
 

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cliff said:
You don't need to add gelatin to milk, if your looking for extra protein a tablespoon or 2 with each meal would be good.

Assuming tryptophan gets converted to niacin. This requires calcium, but other nutrients too... I wonder if this conversion works when one is hypothyroid or after large amounts of dairy.
 

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The calcium, sugar and nutrients in milk should counteract any negatives from the trytophan.
 

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Cliff to the rescue again! :dancenanner
 

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