Findings from researchers at McMaster University in Hamilton showed that after a session of heavy, whole-body resistance training, fat-free milk was more effective in good muscle accretion and strength gains. This, in turn, can lead to fat loss and a possible reduction in bone turnover, the researchers concluded.
For those who are lactose intolerant or anyone who is looking for an alternative, simply reach for a lactose-free whey isolate shake such as Optimum Nutrition’s Hydrowhey, for effective recovery and maximum
* Source: IDEA Health & Fitness Association
Nonfat milk is probably not at the top of most women’s lists as the go-to-beverage after a tough strength training workout, but recent research shows that perhaps it may be.