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Subject: Yes it is, first, these microorganims "live" in chicken and cows, chiken and cows "NEED" them, and they are "DEADLY" to humans, second, animal protein causes osteoporosis. Yes, and if you keep consuming dairy products, you will get osteoporosis.


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Date Posted: 20:24:12 12/02/02 Mon
In reply to: Sushi Lover 's message, "Dearest chadi, you've aptly demonstrated that humans have an intolerance to certain microorganisms, but have failed to demonstrate that the meat itself is harmful to the human digestive system..." on 20:04:29 12/02/02 Mon


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Sushi is an example of raw meat that humans eat, which provides good cholesterol and brain nutrients.Sushi Lover21:59:49 12/02/02 Mon


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