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  about 2 months ago
Bruce, Thank you for finding that embarrassing error and bringing it to our attention.
  about 2 months ago
Marky, Once again thank you. We really appreciate your substantiating what Dr. Carney is trying to portray in these blogs. She certainly was not trying to tell people to eat no salt/sodium. That should be apparent because the first sentence is recommending that using a salt shaker at the table is OK. Of course this is assuming there is no salt in the food already. :-) We are traveling this week because Dr. Carney is about to write boards for the Amerian Board of Lifestyle Medicine and so we are in Tucson for their conference. It starts today until Thursday night and we are really looking forward to this week but will not be able to pay attention to the web site as much as we would like to. So, once again: Thanks! Sean
  about 2 months ago
Thanks Mark, That is exactly what we want to convey here. :-) Stream
  about 3 months ago
Good observation. Here is a link to a study on "Dairy products and ovarian cancer: a pooled analysis of 12 cohort studies." https://www.drcarney.com/blog/entry/dairy-products-and-ovarian-cancer-a-pooled-analysis-of-12-cohort-studies
  about 3 months ago
I would very interested in seeing which study you found that showed soy milk inhibiting the antioxidant absorption of berries. I have not found that. But, there is a study showing that soy milk inhibits the absorption of tea: https://well.blogs.nytimes.com/2012/09/17/really-adding-milk-to-tea-destroys-its-antioxidants/ Dr. Greger also did a video on this. He notes that the study was done in petri dishes and may not be relevant to human digestion and absorption. However, he recommends people drink their tea without any milk from either cow or soy. https://nutritionfacts.org/video/soymilk-suppression/ Another option is to not drink tea at all. You can certainly get plenty of antioxidants from high fiber, whole plant based foods. I hope this helps, Sean
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