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From: Jeremiah (
Subject:         James' ultimate conclusion is a puzzler...
Date: September 1, 2013 at 9:12 pm PST

In Reply to: One final, final example (uric acid) of why these points are not worth refuting posted by Jeremiah on September 1, 2013 at 9:06 pm:

He concludes by saying, "There is more that can be addressed, but as
we can see already the whole premise of the diet is based on false and
misleading information."

I suppose he's operating on the assumption that declaring something
makes it so, but for the life of me I can't find anywhere in the post
what the "premise of the diet" is that he demonstrated was based on
"false and misleading information."

I'm not being sarcastic...I genuinely don't understand what the
"premise of the diet" is that he thinks he showed was false. None of
the points he addressed, even if he had addressed them successfully
(which he didn't) had anything to do with the "premise" of the diet,
which is that fruits and vegetables in their whole, raw form are the
natural foods of the human species. How did he demonstrate that this
was based on "false and misleading information"?

Is anyone on the other board actually taking this guy's arguments

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