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PostPosted: Tue Nov 27, 2012 7:28 pm 
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well, it depends on what you're into. But Ovaltine contains some crappy stuff last time I cheked the label from the container I have here.


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PostPosted: Wed Nov 28, 2012 12:49 am 
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You really don't need Ovaltine. Just by standard 2% chocolate milk at your grocery.
Or, if you want something portable, get some Horizon Dairy organic chocolate milk
http://www.horizondairy.com/products/milk-boxes/lowfat-chocolate-milk-box/
You can buy these in cases at Whole Foods.

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There is no lactose-free Chocolate Milk, for those of us who are lactose intolerant.
One could, if resources & patience are available, make home-made lactose free chocolate milk using the enzyme...

But, off the shelf? Chocolate (not malt) Ovaltine in Lactose Free Milk (your choice of brand/supply) works fine.

Some say it tastes bad, others say it tastes great. To each their own.
(The same could be said for the taste of a lover, no? :lol: )

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Put nuts, milk and a banana in a blender and add some Nesquick if you really are out of fuel. :beerchug:


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Many processed whey and casein proteins have the lactase molecule removed during processing. I forget which ones, by I think that the hydrosolation process removes a lot of it.

I still use casein hydrosolate with rice oglidextrin and rice puff cereal. Works well. Not all sugars are equal so I stay away from fructose and I order my protein bulk from proteinfactory and add in MCT powder and leucine. In a pinch I still do organic chocolate milk so that its not filled with dextrose or HFCS.

I've found better recovery using this method and 0 bloating when I need to intake a lot of carbs.

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[quote="prendrefeu"]There is no lactose-free Chocolate Milk, for those of us who are lactose intolerant./quote]

We have it here in Denver- King Soopers supermarkets carry it (same chain as City Market and I think Kroger)


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Lucky. :evil:

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I'd bring you a half gallon when I come to LA but TSA will only allow 3.5oz of liquids in my carry on! :lol:

Have you tried Ralph's? They are part of the Kroger chain and might have it (private label).


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