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    Check this out


    http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC1852441/


    And there are numerous other sites that say green tea prevents some nutrients to be absorbed.


    What do I have to give up next???

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    and


    http://eatmoreherbs.com/green_tea/blocksfat.html


    http://www.discount-vitamins-herbs.n..._green-tea.htm

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    LOL! The more I read, the more I realize that most plants have some anti-nutrients or other. No wonder animals are a safe bet.


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    The more I read, the more I want to just freaking IF and be done with food.

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    According to some research, the more plants you eat, the higher rate of dental trouble. And dental problems tend to lead to be indicative of overall health. I&#39;m slowly moving towards more animal and less plant, since I am extrememly susceptible to periodontal disease.

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    Well, nothing wrong with my teeth. I have always had really good teeth and always thought it was because I drank green tea with every meal.


    Now these studies are telling me that all the good fats and proteins I&#39;ve been consuming are not being absorbed because of tea...?


    I&#39;m going carnivore.


    and there&#39;s this too


    http://www.sixwise.com/newsletters/0...-issue-004.htm

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    I am wary to believe one M.D.&#39;s opinion on flouride uptake of Green Tea.


    I&#39;d like to see some significant correlative evidence with the last posted link.


    And even with the NIH abstract, it was done with rats and in vitro.


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    You know, people have bee drinking green tea for a while and most of them don&#39;t have the issues stated in the article.


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    It is true that green tea&#39;s tannins can block protien absorption. Not sure about fat though. So definitely don&#39;t have it with a meal.


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    Yeah, definitely not after a meal as I used to do. I always felt great after though. I&#39;ll save the green tea for fasting and in-between meals. I don&#39;t want to completely give it up because it has a lot of good stuff in it.

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