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    I have a question in regards to the protein content and bio-efficiency of long life milk. I qm currently buying aldi 99c 1ltr carton of long life milk. is there any difference between the protein, than with the fresh milk you can buy in the fridges?

    I like buying the long life because i can buy so many and not worry that I wont drink it all in time (if i get sick or something). I will start drinking 2-3ltrs a day. And also they are much more portable and cost effective then the bigger fresh bottles.

    N.B. im not talking about the powered long life milk but the liquid one.





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    There's more to long life milk vs fresh milk than carbs, protein, fat differences...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Daniel.308 View Post
    There's more to long life milk vs fresh milk than carbs, protein, fat differences...
    and whats that difference?


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    interested also as I only drink long life milk.


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    Quote Originally Posted by n00bs View Post
    No one said anything about raw milk except you, the thread is ordinary refrigerated carton milk vs non-refrigerated long life milk.
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    I consider fresh milk as straight out of a cow..

    Anyway Alot of the same arguments still apply.
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    Quote Originally Posted by n00bs View Post
    From Armchair Science, London (April 1938).

    From an obscure journal AND out of date. Good find!

    UHT process =/= pasteurization


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    The long life milk is ultra heat treated (UHT), but it doesn't seem to affect the nutritional values.

    Interested to know also.
    I prefer the taste of long life mik, whenever I have it once in a while.
    Seems to be creamier.


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    Quote Originally Posted by The Hulk View Post
    The long life milk is ultra heat treated (UHT), but it doesn't seem to affect the nutritional values.

    Interested to know also.
    I prefer the taste of long life mik, whenever I have it once in a while.
    Seems to be creamier.
    I did a quick google, it seems to be lower in micro nutrients but the macros are the same. Interesting.


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