The tragic truth of the matter is that, thanks to our French researcher, Dr. Kirvran, and his book Biological Transmutation and the Secret Life of Plants, by Christopher Bird, we know that calcium in foods has never been known to approach the human bones.
It’s only foods rich in potassium, magnesium, and silica, which turns into bone calcium.
Calcium in dairy actually provides nothing helpful.
There is so much sodium in dairy that it’s dangerous, but who would want to eat cheese without salt? It’s a marketing ploy, a necessity. Salt-free cheese tastes like what it is, a block of Elmer’s glue, which is made of the dairy protein casein or casomorphine.
Cheese decalcifies women; it’s so acid that our bones' calcium is withdrawn to act like a buffer. The more acid protein we eat, the more osteoporotic we get!
Peace and Love Be With You,
Dr. Flora van Orden III has a PhD in nutrition and belongs to the Physician's Committee for Responsible Medicine.
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