I know i have heard lectures from WFPB doctors stating that when one eats a diet that is more acid-based, one consequence is that calcium is leached form the bones to buffer the acidity. I have recently heard Dr. Greger in a Q & A, say that theory is false and is now disputed. Dr. Carney do you agree with this idea that newer research indicate calcium is not being leached. If that is true, then why is there greater bone loss and fracture rates among milk drinking people and what is the mechanism that dumps calcium into the urine and where is that calcium coming from?
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