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  • Robert Cohen
    Please share this column with friends and loved ones who have young children. _______________________________________________ Each portion of saturated animal
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      Please share this column with friends
      and loved ones who have young children.
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      Each portion of saturated animal fat or
      dietary cholesterol becomes a magic bullet
      which compromises one's cardiovascular
      system. Over the course of a lifetime,
      these bullets prove to be humankind's most
      significant weapons of mass destruction,
      claiming more lives than traditional warfare.
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      In 1905, Ellen G. White wrote in "The Ministry
      of Healing" (page 384):

      "When the children come to the table, they do not
      relish wholesome food; their appetites crave that
      which is hurtful for them."
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      As a consequence of eating the standard American
      diet, pediatrician Charles Attwood, M.D. noted
      in his 1996 book, "Dr. Attwood's Low-Fat Prescription
      for Kids":

      "Nearly 70 percent of children who consume a typical
      American diet have fatty deposits in their coronary
      arteries - the earliest sign of coronary heart disease
      --by the age of twelve."
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      The European Journal of Epidemiology (1999, volume 15:6,
      507-515) reported:

      "Animal food-groups were directly correlated to
      mortality from coronary heart disease, defined as
      sudden coronary death or fatal myocardial infarction
      and vegetable food-groups (except potatoes) as well
      as fish and alcohol were inversely correlated with
      CHD mortality. Univariate analysis showed significant
      positive correlation coefficients for butter (R = 0.887),
      meat (R = 0.645), pastries (R = 0.752), and milk (R = 0.600)
      consumption, and significant negative correlation
      coefficients for legumes (R = -0.822), oils (R = -0.571),
      and alcohol (R = -0.609) consumption. Combined vegetable
      foods (excluding alcohol) were inversely correlated
      (R = -0.519), whereas combined animal foods (excluding fish)
      were directly correlated (R = 0.798) with coronary heart
      disease death rates."
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      Robert Cohen
      http://www.notmilk.com
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