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From: Dean Dio (
Subject:         Re: Dr. Kaayla Daniel
Date: February 1, 2011 at 1:09 am PST

In Reply to: Re: Dr. Kaayla Daniel posted by Clo on October 25, 2007 at 7:32 am:

Sustaining oneself on suffering leads to suffering. To try and rationalize one's vices into legitimacy will only make the problem worse. Vegetarianism done for spiritual reasons and not physical ones will lead to a healthy life. The real conspiracy is that Daniel would have people believe that extinguishing a life to sustain your own DOES NOT make one much more vulnerable to disease and illnesses. When you kill to survive you allow yourself to be killed so that something else can survive. Because you cannot see that which kills you does not mean it doesn't exist. People believe in the proverb "If you live by the sword you die by the sword" except when it applies to something tasty; then all sorts of creative reasoning comes to the surface to justify.

If one wants to stick with the health issue then I think this person is spot on. I noticed this post and thought it may shed some light:

"The junk-science you see today is largely based on a book by Kaayla Daniel and earlier books by some other meat industry shills. The *only* independently reviewed and proven *potential* harm from soy is if you eat large amounts totally raw (just like Kidney and other beans). The meat and dairy industries are losing market share to soy bean products and have been spreading the junk in a desperate attempt to stop the shift in eating habits towards soy foods. If I was as sleazy as them I could say that cow milk now has human genes in it!"

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