Essential amino acid requirements

pathos pathos at freerealtime.com
Tue Dec 14 10:51:21 EST 1999


In article <385626D5.4786 at erols.com>, Stuart Dunn <dunns99 at erols.com> wrote:

>  Protein intakes far above 100g increase the risk of
> kidney failure, and certain types of protein, such as egg white protein
> and casein, increase the amount of calium that is removed from the
> bloodstream by the kidneys. In extreme cases, this causes kidney stones.
> If that calcium that is lost is not properly replaced (from milk,
> calcium pills, or food), osteoperosis will result.

Sounds to me like this can be substaintiated with a paper or two.  You
state is a fact and it may be a fact but let the studies decide that.

Peter



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