Nobody wrote:I agree that both types of diabetes require a genetic susceptibility to surface. But IMO too many people use their genes/condition as an excuse so they can continue their lifestyle unchanged when they could have gained some level of benefit from changing it. That applies to both types of diabetes.
Thanks for the reply
He was having a dig at a bloke he disagrees with there I think. You are correct about lifestyle I reckon
Nobody wrote:Chelation? I can only assume this person is not in AU. I haven't known chelation to be practiced in AU for haemo.
In Perth. I wouldn't know about chelation.
Nobody wrote:But mainly I drink a lot of milk and eat a lot of hard cheese and yogurt.
There are better ways to get a lot of calcium without the hormones, cholesterol, high saturated fat, bio-accumulated toxins and puss of dairy. Almonds, linseed, celery, oranges, mandarins and beans, to name just some.
Dairy is chit I agree. We are not cloven hoofed, 4 legged babies, that grow to 800kg.
It is the baby food of another species.