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William J. Kleinbauer

You might not add comments that are two years later?

Go to:
March 2011 The McDougall Newsletter Volume 10 Issue 3
McDougall Newsletter: March 2011 = http://www.drmcdougall.com/misc/2011nl/mar/vitd.htm

"Vitamin D: Values for Normal Are Exaggerated"

William J. Kleinbauer

PLus -- don't take fish oil for omega3.

If you consume the plant-based nutrition, the only supplement to get, since our plants are not dirty now, is B12.

If you really crave getting more omega3, one or two tablespoons of fairly freshly ground flaxseed meal mixed in your foods is OK, and/or eat some raw walnuts.

Avoid all processed oils -- empty calories all from fat.

http://drmcdougall.com/med_hot_vegetableoils.html

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