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I have always drink a lot of milk; 1-2 gallons a week. Nothing to do with riding, just drink it a lot. But I have visited several sites that say skim milk hydrates better than water.

Race day I drink water and Pedialyte, but I may throw a gallon of organic milk in the ice chest. Right before a moto, inhale a fresh Jiff Peanut Butter and jelly sandwich on wheat, chased down with a super cold glass of milk, followed by the checker. nerd
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....Toma mas Leche chingon !!!

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I recognize 'leche', but am clueless on the rest.

Not sure that I want to know. shock
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Oh wait, I think 'mas' means more?
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I read an article recently that stated milk actually does more harm than good to adults. In children the added calcium and vitamin D in milk aids in bone growth, but in adults it can cause calcium deposits in joints not to mention the added fat, even in skin milk. Almond milk seems to be much better if you really gotta have it but there are better ways to get your calcium intake. As for hydration, you really can't beat water mixed with electrolytes, but the less sugar the better. I will see if I can find that link to the article.
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You definitely have be careful what you read on the net. I'm not going to drink milk on race day, just thought it was some interesting reading.

I'm sure if I search long enough, I can find an article saying whiskey can help you on race day too. raised eyebrow
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https://www.yahoo.com/health/milk-may-do-a-body-more-harm-than-good-101122943837.html

This was one of the articles I read, but I must have deleted the other one. This one mentions milk speeding up the aging process. There have also been studies on the effects on consumers of the harmones fed to the cattle that produce the milk.

I love milk but I've cut it out altogether and replaced with almond milk. It took a little getting used to but it was worth it. Just my opinion though, go with what works best for you.
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WW you speak da truth on the internet reading, but it does get you to thinking. Like I said, do your own research. Hope you find the answers you're looking for.
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In the last few years, I started drinking the organic milk. It claims no hormones, antibiotics, and the cows are free roaming.

Even if milk does hydrate better than water, on a hot race day it may leave a slimy film in your mouth and make you gag.

Water and Pedialyte has been working for me, so no need to change routines.
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Milk, gross. I stopped drinking milk during my first summer fishing in Alaska when it $8/gallon.

You sound pretty stuck on pedialyte but try Nuun tablets. They're an electrolyte tablet that athletes use. Drop it in a bottle of water. You can buy a tube of 12 at Academy for $5.
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