Yeah I read that yesterday; it's fantastic that someone is challenging this ridiculousness. Conventional wisdom gets EVERYTHING wrong which in turn fucks everything else up and then that fucks the original thing which fucks everything else again in a vicious cycle of death, doom and copulation. We don't need tons and tons of calcium as long as our vitamin d, magnesium, k, and other nutrients are good. The average calcium intake in east Asia is about 600mg a day but guess what? They get enough of all of these nutrients and there isn't anywhere near as much osteoporosis as in dairy consuming countries. Western nations cling to this idea of "dense" bones being the pinnacle of skeletal health but it's not necessarily how much calcium is in there but how well it is built and how little is lost that matters. Not that I think that some (raw) dairy is necessarily bad but once we're done growing it may not be a super ideas to go too hard on the calcium.
Stabbing conventional wisdom in its face.
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