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The Blood Type Diet Archives Volume 14

Re: Much confusion over milk---One More Time

Posted By: Gary O
Date: Wednesday, 21 June 2000, at 2:01 a.m.

In Response To: Much confusion over milk (Scott (O-))

An example I should have included in my other post is; my father, (Type A of Irish/Scottish descent, traditionlly people known to consume large amounts of dairy/beef) has had several classic "poor health" examples of people with high dairy intake levels. He developed ulcers in his late 20's from drinking milk almost everyday, lost most of his teeth by his 40's, and can't eat without digestive problems at each meal.
I have read several reports/studies that show people with excessively high dairy intake, (United Kingdom, Sweden, Finland, even the U.S. and certain Middle Eastern groups, etc.) have poorer than average teeth/bones and higher rates of osteoporosis/arthritis. One reason is; too much calcium blocks absorption of other minerals needed for proper calcium utilization, and excess calcium can deposit in joints to cause arthritic type problems.

Good Health and Good Luck,
Gary O

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