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"Try to avoid consuming too much protein. It is a myth that a diet that is high in protein is good for you as it puts a strain on the liver and kidneys and leaches out important minerals such as calcium, zinc, iron, and magnesium from the body. The by products of protein metabolism can be toxic to the body and encourage free radical damage to the cells. Eating too much protein can also lead to over acidity of the tissues which contributes to degenerative disorders, such as heart disease and cancer. On an anti oxidant diet the recommended dosage of protein is between 30-50mg. Avoid meats such as pork as it is a meat with too much antibiotic residue, and it is also the most acid forming in the body. Reduce intake of too much red meat."

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