Friday, April 01, 2005

Raw veggie diet not bad for bones

Apparently eating unprocessed fruits and vegetables doesn't give you osteoporosis after all. Go figure.
Fontana also expected the raw food vegetarians to have low vitamin D levels because they avoid dairy products, which in the US are fortified with the vitamin.
"These people are clever enough to expose themselves to sunlight to increase their concentrations of vitamin D," says Fontana.
Man, oh man. Those clever vegetarians. Exposing themselves to sunlight like that. What will they think of next? If you'd like a little background on the matter, feel free to read my research paper on the matter.
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