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Subject:         Re: The Science
Date: November 15, 2014 at 1:56 pm PST

In Reply to: Re: The Science posted by Gina on November 15, 2014 at 1:24 pm:

I don't care for seafood myself in general, the majority of fish and seafood as Dr Lawrence Wilson explains contains toxic metals and other toxins, and should generally be avoided. However there is that is healthy seafood, sardines are some of those as the research shows.

A healthy individual should have adequate levels of stomach acid to be able to digest protein and other acid-dependent nutrients. Im not sure your point here. Stomach acid levels decline as we age, so bitters herbs can be very helpful for increasing stomach acid and aiding the overall digestive process for people with poor digestion, candida overgrowth, sluggish bile flow/impaired fat digestion and so on.

Sardines are considered safe to eat even for pregnant women and contain many hard to get nutrients that vegans struggled with such as vitamin B12, D and pre-formed omega-3s. Which is why many vegans end up adding back in a little fish. Sardines feed solely on plankton so don't contain the level of toxins that factory farmed salmon does for example.

I will check his video out though, so thanks Gina, but i don't put much trust in Brian Clement sorry, especially after TSM's recent post on another forum on the topic of Brian Clements qualifications being most likely from a diploma mill.

I never resonated with Brian Clements ideas personally on health or diet, even though i like many of the foods he promotes. For me Brian was always far too confident about being able to cure very difficult or end-stage cancers and other diseases for me to take him seriously. It verges on charlatan behavior especially when your charging $18,000 dollars and not holding your promise that leukemia was "not difficult to treat" in his words, yet his patient relapsed according to the article -

Brian Clement makes all sorts of wild claims and says his findings are from "studies" hes done at HHI, yet have you ever viewed any studies from Brian Clement or HHI ?

Where are all these so-called studies from Brian Clement, where he makes wild claims such as cooked food causing immune dysfunction by over 50% and so on.

Its all wild, baseless facts and hes even worse than the likes of Doug Graham to me, because he pretends to use "science" and "studies" to reinforce his points, yet never once does he publish any of these so-called studies hes done at HHI.

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