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From: temp (204.45.134.110)
Subject:         Re: Fully Raw Christina - questionable blood results?
Date: October 2, 2014 at 2:59 am PST

In Reply to: Re: Fully Raw Christina - questionable blood results? posted by Paul on October 1, 2014 at 7:15 pm:

Why would someones cancer be likely return on a healthy majority plant based diet ?

Unlike your beloved 80/10/10 and fad vegan diets there is actually a bulk of reliable scientific research on the possible anti-cancer, longevity and cardiovascular disease support health benefits of majority plant based diets such as a traditional greek mediterranean diet for example. You wont find a diet with more scientific research on its various health benefits.

There are people who smoke and live to a 100, should we all take up smoking ?. I am not a nutritionist, i am not asking anybody here to change their diet because im not qualified to tell anyone to do so, nor is it my place.

I shared my thoughts on why i thought Kristina and many other raw vegans specifically those on 80/10/10 complain of having high blood fat(triglyceride) levels despite following low or no overt fat diets.

Look back this forum alone, it has been a common complaint ive read numerous times on here over the years and those individuals were taking there tests properly i.e in a fasted state.

http://www.thenaturalhealthworld.com

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