In response to Guillermo Romero Ibarrola's concern expressed on SANET
about information I posted to BD Now! earlier that contained Ms.
Sally Fallon's inflammatory assertion:
> >Colin Campbell is a complete fool who makes claims for his China study that
>>are not true, and who is advocating a vegan death diet for growing
Ms Fallon has responded with the following references (which i have
Date: Tue, 25 Jan 2000 13:04:31 EST
Subject: Re: Tempest in my teapot
On the Weston A Price Foundation website, look under Traditional Diets and
read the article on China. It contains a thorough discussion of Campbell's
I would also suggest that Guillermo first carefully read the introduction to
the second edition of Nourishing Traditions. I worked on it a very long
time. All statements are backed up by references and my whole philosophy of
eating, and about vegetarianism, is there. After that, I would be happy to
answer his questions.
A propos of lard and the uneducated: Lard in the Mexican diet is one of the
few sources of vitamin D. It is an extremely important part of the Mexican
diet. Unfortunately, the "educated" have been convinced that they should
avoid foods like lard. Anyone trying to get the "uneducated" to stop using
lard (and other animal foods) should carefully examine the long term
Take care, Sally
<end of foward>
Did I miss it, or has Dr Colin Campbell yet to respond to this matter
as Guillermo has requested below?
>I have invited Dr. Colin Campbell from the Division of Nutritional
>Science at Cornell University to participate in this discussion, if
>he chooses to do so, I will be glad to post his views to the list.
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