Re: I'm no doc. but could Gronk's career be in jeopardy?
posted at 1/14/2013 5:05 PM EST
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Did you see the ESPN60 on Gronk, drinks plenty of milk. He's young, bones will heal. Gronk 2014 Superbowl MVP.
I hope you are right. That is a very optimistic way of thinking. No one knows how healthy Gronk will be next season.
milk depletes calcium form bones not build it
Not at all consistent with what the National Institutes of Health or the Harvard School of Public Health say but what do they know, anyway?
if youre curious, do some research on said topic
nih and harvard also dont belive in "cures" for cancer, never mind non toxic ones.
there is convention and there is the info that is controlled in a society such as ours.
(note: dairy is an industry, medicine is an industry in the u.s.)
you have heard that galileo was murdered for looking up the truth?
10's of millions werre burned alive (under the guise of being called witches) for healing people through natural (non-allopathic) "medicine"?
drs have the govt imprison those who heal things drs say cant be healed witihin the U.S.?
the U.S. govt has locks on thousands of patents in the guise of "nat'l defense" aka known as the interest of billionaires?