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From: claudine (71.126.186.167)
Subject:         Re: best diet for bone growth
Date: July 27, 2008 at 7:09 am PST

In Reply to: best diet for bone growth posted by claudine on July 20, 2008 at 7:26 am:

maybe my questions weren't specific enough. any articles? how
much salt for instance to leach CA out of the bones, 600-mg,
1000-mg, 2000-mg? or does this mean more salt just decreases
absorption? my blood pressure is low already so i never had to
severely watch it nor track it, i just use enough by taste and eat no
processed foods but i wish popcorn on occasion. i drink tea now
except 1/2 cup of coffee at work, is that harmful of do i just need
an extra cup of greens a day? how many apples do i need for
boron requirements, 1, 10? what do i need to eat for silica and
zinc requirements. should i just supplement? does diet make little
difference in healing in reality? does it matter really if greens are
raw, frozen, steamed, boiled, micro-waved for nutrition? is soy
helping or lentils better? is PB good/bad, what about corn and
potatoes? should i eat minimum protein even if it means more
muscle loss? am i supposed to eat more then normal , does healing
require more calories? i am 25% underweight already. no history of
heart disease nor cancer so i am interested in diet
recommendations for healing/bone health. any "opinions"
appreciated too.


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