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Protein: Moving Closer to Center Stage
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PostPosted: Mon Jun 12, 2006 4:44 am    Post subject: Protein: Moving Closer to Center Stage Reply with quote

From: EP

Booooring I know , but getting back on track dietwise has a lot to do

For y'all that I've been sharing Dr. Ted Morters Video with this
pretty much
confirms what he's preaching about diet.

Excerpt from the Webpage of the Harvard School of Public Health:

Protein: Moving Closer to Center Stage

Can you get too much protein? Digesting it releases acids that the
usually neutralizes with calcium and other buffering agents in the
Eating lots of protein, such as the amounts recommended in the
low-carb or no-carb diets, takes lots of calcium. Some of this may be
from bone. Following a high-protein diet for a few weeks probably
won't have
much effect on bone strength. Doing it for a long time, though, could
bone. In the Nurses' Health Study, for example, women who ate more
than 95
grams of protein a day were 20 percent more likely to have broken a
over a 12-year period when compared to those who ate an average amount
protein (less than 68 grams a day).(1
) Although more research is clearly needed to define the optimal
amount of
daily protein, these results suggest that long-term high-protein diets
should be used with caution, if at all.

For the whole article go here:


Its an eye opener and points squarely at what many nutritionists call
SAD or

"Standard American Diet".

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