tons of info about why not to drink it...

The reasons why it's excluded from this diet
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tons of info about why not to drink it...

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Some super interesting articles and lots of scientific backup for Wai (not that I don't believe it already)

http://www.notmilk.com/

You guys probably found it a long time ago though...
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yes...
http://www.notmilk.com/calcium/excesscalcium.html
(lots of Wai pages on notmilk.com)
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George Rene Francis (born June 6, 1896) is, at age 111, He credits his long life
to nature, and enjoys a rich diet of pork, eggs, milk and lard. He did give up
smoking cigars at the age of 75
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/George_Fra ... enarian%29



While visiting with these old people Doctor Jensen made a few startling observations:
They consumed some form of raw or clabbered milk product almost daily
http://www.arthritis-nature-cure.com/people.htm



The world's oldest man keeps a daily diary, reads newspapers, drinks a glass of milk a day and stays away from alcohol and smoking. also a diet rich in vegetables and fish
http://newsfeedresearcher.com/data/arti ... 24.08.html


Ecuadoran woman who once drank donkey milk is now world's oldest
http://www.catholic.org/international/i ... p?id=17942


"Tanabe eats vegetables and does not drink alcohol, just daily milk"
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tomoji_Tanabe
http://newsfeedresearcher.com/data/arti ... .24.08.htm'



this list goes on and on.
but yet none of these people have a high fruit diet or a raw diet.
odd?l
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not odd at all, just a small sample size

You'll always find exceptions to rules if you only look at a few individuals
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Also, who knows what age is possible to attain? All this says is that people on a cooked diet can attain these ages.
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Now we just have to find how old we can get on a raw food diet... (excluding milk, of course)
very exciting... 8)
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Are going the whole hog RRM? 100% Wai Sample styley.
Negativity is the cult of the weak
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Thats the idea, yes. 3 groups of rats / mice; 1 group fed a 100% raw diet, the other 2 the cooked version of that same diet, with one of these groups supplemented with vitamins etc (so that the factor of 'lost nutrients due to cooking' is excluded)
First the osteoporosis experiment though.
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very cool experiment. i would be very curious about the results.
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How can we say if things are good for rats they qare good for us?
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That specifically is not the case indeed, but many aspects of their metabolism, including bone-metabolism is very similar to ours. Stuff that is toxic for them, is toxic for us as well. Though their digestive system is far less similar.
The many similarities are one of the reasons why so many tests are done on rats / mice.
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A similar test has been done. I don't remember all the details but one thing stuck with me. The group of mice fed only fruit did extremely badly. The mice were aggressive towards each other and humans and ended up slaughtering and eating each other. Their offspring had non shiny fur, poor bone structure and could mostly not reproduce. The group that received added foods such as raw egg yolk/ cheese turned out good natured and well developed with healthy offspring ...
Interestingly, my experience with raw vegans is that they are moody, pale and skinny. Especially after a while on the diet.
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Dr Bass' study?
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Yes :)
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RRM wrote:Now we just have to find how old we can get on a raw food diet... (excluding milk, of course)
very exciting... 8)

Unless we are all in automobile accidents! :shock:
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