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Drinking Whey

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[2007]

[Attendee]

But that's okay?

[Aajonus]

Not really. You have to be careful with that too. It's very acidic, whey is very acidic. Whey is when you separate the curds from the liquid, it looks kind of like a chartreuse color, kind of greenish yellow. That's whey, that's the liquid.

It's very concentrated in lactic acid, so it helps break down minerals that clump together that can cause stones. And it also helps get neutralize urea, uric acid that builds up in the muscles, it causes muscle cramps. When people are exercising a lot or they have poor cleansing after heavy metabolism or exercise and they get charlie horses.

That's from urea, uric acid building up in the muscles and the muscle gets so acidic from it, it contracts. Well, the whey and the lactic acid in it helps neutralize that urea, the uric acid. They're both acid though, so it creates an acidic condition that can start dissolving cells, start dissolving your muscles.

That's why those people who take all those whey powders to build muscles, soon as they stop exercising, all of a sudden everything goes sag.

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