Message from discussion Dairy, Meat & Type 2 Diabetes
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Subject: Re: Dairy, Meat & Type 2 Diabetes
Date: Sun, 29 Apr 2012 20:48:53 -0700 (PDT)
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On Apr 29, 8:38=A0pm, jay <jaym1...@hotmail.com> wrote:
> > Not buying it. =A0Not in my case anyway. =A0I was mostly a vegetarian u=
> > diagnosis. =A0I ate meat maybe once a month if that. =A0I did eat some =
> > some eggs and dairy but not a lot.
> What was your diet & physical activity level from the time you stopped
> growing to the time of diagnosis? Was your weight normal at time of
> diagnosis? How frequently did you eat soy (what form), eggs and dairy
> (what form)? Did you have any extraordinary sources of iron (ie
> vitamin pills, heavily fortified foods (ie Total), liver)? When you
> say vegetarian, do you mean mostly fresh fruits and minimally
> processed veggies with less emphasis on grains, legumes, nuts, seeds,
> etc. Exposure to environmental pollutants (ie fish oils, fatty fish,
> animal fats, factory-related work)? What is your best guess as to the
> cause of diabetes in general and in your case?
Tofu has its own risks though perhaps not DM so much or at all.
Plus there other exposures of a chemical nature that aren't oral.
Plastic houseware might be a risk as it was rich in phthalates?
Fruit is not without its risks especially the sprayed stuff.