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Subject:         Re: Fully Raw Christina - questionable blood results?
Date: October 2, 2014 at 3:29 am PST

In Reply to: Re: Fully Raw Christina - questionable blood results? posted by Paul on October 1, 2014 at 6:24 pm:

Now i can't tell if your on the wind up or not.

Why not if its relevant ? any sensible nutritional, medical or health advice involves discussing the possible contraindications of doing so.

On the videos it relates to such as the ones where he is recommending to remove X animal food for whatever reason from the diet or promoting strict all plant based vegan diets, then yeah i don't see why he shouldn't be discussing these possible risks.

I would have thought that it would be common sense and courtesy to tell the viewer that removing these foods completely from the diet, research has proven comes at the possible risk of developing many severe nutritional deficiencies such as vitamin B12, D, DHA, iodine, taurine, zinc, calcium as the MANY vegan studies have showed.

Any good nutritionist will tell you the full picture, not just half.

It would take Dr Greger all of 10 seconds at the end of his video to mention the contraindications, he doesn't do so because he doesn't believe there are any risks for removing these foods, only benefits like most other blind sighted bias vegan doctors who can't view the scientific research in context. Ive viewed enough of his videos daily on living food support forum to know that he rarely ever talks about these issues. But ohh dear i forgot about 1 video he done on the 40 year old vegan who had a heart attack, shoot me for not remembering. As i then corrected myself i said he RARELY discusses these topics from what ive seen, you are arguing the most pedantic point ever now considering the context of my follow up posts Paul.

If a scientific study recommends a high plant based diet that does not equate to 100% plant based vegan. There is a world of difference nutritionally from a diet that includes a small amount of animal foods to one that includes none at all.

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