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    Milk. Does a body...

    Below is a link to an article from CNN.com:

    http://archives.cnn.com/2000/HEALTH/....02/index.html

    It states that dioxin levels are very high in people who eat a lot of dairy and fatty red meat. Dioxin is a bad carcinogen (also found in cigarettes). People who eat a lot of meat and dairy may have a 1 in 100 chance of getting cancer.
    But it ALSO says that the benifits of consuming dairy outweigh the possible side effects. So ultimately, it's up to Mr. John H. Consumer's discretion as to what he puts in his body.

    Also, if anyone want's more information on dioxins, here is what the EPA had to say about it:

    http://www.epa.gov/ord/researchaccom...ts/dioxin.html

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    I looked at the statistics the other day and it turns out that everyone who breathes eventually dies.

    I say we put an end to this dangerous habit of breathing right now to stop any more senseless demises

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    lol

    Practice what you preach, brother.

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    Lol's right back

    You first mon ami!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hanniballistic
    I looked at the statistics the other day and it turns out that everyone who breathes eventually dies.

    I say we put an end to this dangerous habit of breathing right now to stop any more senseless demises
    I hate to interject some seriousness into this, but I read a study that indicated that most "death by natural causes" is pretty much the result of decades of oxygen poisoning. As soon as I find it, I'll link it.
    Last edited by CNagy; 11/15/2007 12:51am at .

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    told ya...the o2 will get you every time

    I can't believe the goverment is covering it all up

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    9/11 was done by the dairy companies!

    Is the amount of product necessary for the :sad4: on the same level as the whole "Popcorn Lung Disease" thing?

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    Yeah, I'm so sick of those "Air Nazis" pushing their Oxygen on me. It's getting so I can't even breathe anymore, man. It's just the Man, man. Keepin' me down, man.

    REVOLUTION!!!!!!!111

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    I drink roughly half a gallon of milk a day, eat a tub of cottage cheese, and a bowl of frozen yogurt. Race you to the cancer finish line!
    "Emevas,
    You're a scrapper, I like that."-Ronin69

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    Quote Originally Posted by Emevas
    I drink roughly half a gallon of milk a day, eat a tub of cottage cheese, and a bowl of frozen yogurt. Race you to the cancer finish line!
    DO you really eat that much dairy a day? Damn I thought I used to eat a lot of dairy... Holy Hell. I bet your gas could peel paint, huh?

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