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What does it mean when protein is used by the splanchnic bed?

Does that mean our intestines get super hyooge?

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Close enough.
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I know this question doesn't fall exactly in line with the article topic, but instead of starting another thread for a yes or no question I'll ask it here.

I was discussing PWO nutrition with someone and they told me that adults can not properly digest larger amounts of casein protein. Something like too much paracasein HCl is hard on the digestion system and will not digest correctly....

Any truth to this? If yes what would be "too much"?
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What is paracasein?
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Medline search on paracasein turns up no hits for the idea that adults are limited in what they can digest.

Rather, someone is making crap up to justify a dislike of milk.
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What is paracasein?
When you stomach secretes something ( hydrochloric acid ?) to digest, it reacts with calcium and created paracasein or something to that effect.
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See comment above.
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Medline search on paracasein turns up no hits for the idea that adults are limited in what they can digest.

Rather, someone is making crap up to justify a dislike of milk.
Haha. That was my first thought actually, but when I hear words and phrases beyond my level of knowledge I need to look into it further begore just calling BS on someone.
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Here's a good rule of thumb: if folks seem to be deliberately using complex words when simpler will do, they are following the "Baffle them with BS" approach.
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