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Sulfuric Acid in Human Blood

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  • cohensmilk1
    Flesh-meats will depreciate the blood. Cook meat with spices, and eat it with rich cakes and pies, and you have a bad quality of blood. - Ellen G. White *
    Message 1 of 1 , Jan 23 12:25 AM
      "Flesh-meats will depreciate the blood. Cook
      meat with spices, and eat it with rich cakes
      and pies, and you have a bad quality of blood."
       - Ellen G. White 
      
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      Dr. Deborah Sellmeyer is an associate professor of medicine
      and is the medical director of the Johns Hopkins Metabolic
      Bone Center.
      
      Her expertise is in endocrinology metabolic bone disease,
      nutrition, and osteoporisis. During the course of her career,
      Dr. Sellmeyer has found that the consumption of animal
      protein increases bone loss.
      
      I spoke with Dr. Sellmeyer, and here is her explanation:
      
      "Sulfur-containing amino acids in protein-containing
      foods are metabolized to sulfuric acid. Animal foods
      provide predominantly acid precursors. Acidosis stimulates
      osteoclastic activity and inhibits osteoblast activity."
      
      (Osteoblast = A cell from which bone develops; a
      bone-forming cell)
      
      (Osteoclast = A cell found in growing bone that reabsorbs
      bony tissue, as in the formation of canals and cavities)
      
      Sellmeyer's research has revealed:
      
      "Women with high animal-to-vegetable protein rations
      were heavier and had higher intake of total protein.
      These women had a significantly increased rate of
      bone loss than those who ate just vegetable protein.
      Women consuming higher rates of animal protein had
      higher rates of bone loss and hip fracture by a factor
      of four times."
      
      Milk has been called "liquid meat." The average American
      eats five ounces of animal protein each day in the form of
      red meat and chicken. At the same time, the average
      American consumes nearly six times that amount
      (29.2 ounces) per day of milk and dairy products.
      
      How ironic it is that the dairy industry continues to
      promote the cause of bone disease as the cure.
      
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      "Dietary protein increases production of acid in the blood 
      which can be neutralized by calcium mobilized from the 
      skeleton." 
       - American Journal of Clinical Nutrition
      
      Robert Cohen
      http://www.notmilk.com
      http://www.Twitter.com/TheRealNotmilk
      
      
      
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