Not only is dairy one of the ultimate agers, it can play a big part in hormonal imbalances too. Milk, particularly full-fat milk, and any product made from it can contain estrogen and contribute to your body’s estrogenic load. .
A research conducted at Upsala University and involving 61,400 women between 1987 and 1990 and 45,300 men through 1997 came up with the following results: Women who drank three or more glasses a day had twice the chance of dying at the end of the study than those who drank less than one glass a day, And those who had a high milk intake also had a 50 percent higher risk of hip fracture. . .
Put simply, a high milk intake can lead to a greater risk of bone fracture, and in both men and women, it is associated with a higher mortality rate.
Building them squats back up, slowly but steadily. Ask me a year ago if I would regress weight or take a random day off training to prioritise recovery and I would of told you where to go. But over the last year the importance of regression (at times) rest, recovery and self regulation have become apparent and now play a large role in my training. Through them I have gotten stronger and progression has come both physically and mentally.