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From: Arthur Konstantino (
Subject:         Re: Dr. Kaayla Daniel
Date: February 17, 2013 at 12:08 pm PST

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

Dear Mr. Strom and Ms. Schinnar,

In this world of educational certificates versus full university degrees and peer reviewed studies, would you mind "CLEARLY" explaining your depth of education on the nutritional effects of food on the human body? Please expound on your studies that clearly show where Kaayla Daniel's PhD is weak at best. You know as well as I do that kids in college barely do what it takes to graduate. Some, of course choose to excel. I eat whole foods. Mainly, starches that agree with my body, a wide variety of vegetables, a wide variety of fruit, wild caught salmon 2 times a month, eggs-free range occasionally. No dairy-even raw as it breaks my skin out in rashes. Dairy also makes my brain very overactive and has caused mini-seizures. Ms. Daniel does not look healthy and looks overweight as many meat promoting doctors are overweight and tired. They never talk about their constipation and not going to the toilet for 2-4 days quite often. Bursting veins from the strain in our anus is not a kind result from the meat-based diet. Humans are self-willed and self-destructive. When we change to a MORE plant-based approach, even our views toward life itself changes. Thanks for digging for the truth.

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