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A little research shows that lactose-free milk is made by adding lactase to milk, which breaks down the lactose into simpler sugars. If the brand you are drinking is like that, it will have no difference on your nutrition.
Much of the important part of the milk after a workout comes from the fluids and protein, so it's not a waste. As for the sugar associated with the lactose, you could probably replace it with a piece of fruit which would also have other nutrients.
It might. For the study, researchers put 11 men through a hard bout of exercise. It was the kind of session that was tough to finish and would normally have made an athlete stiff and sore for a few days afterward. Following their workouts, each man got a 10-minute, Swedish-style massage, but only on one leg. The other leg was rested and used for ...
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