I read an article about Florence Griffith-Joyner's death. This article was from the anti-dairy coalition so I wanted to run it by the Good Doctor. It said that the medical examiner found her internal organs (mainly her lungs) coated/full of mucous. It also said that she had cheese in her stomach and had been taking Benadryl for her nasal congestion. From what I understood this article was saying that the mucous build-up in her lungs was from Casein which is found in dairy products and this caused her to stop breathing and she suffocated. I just wondered if this sounded likely. If so, this is scary!!!! The article is here.
Re: Flo-Jo death caused by milk????
Posted by Walt Stoll on December 19, 1998 at 11:24:32:
In Reply to: Flo-Jo death caused by milk???? posted by Robin Pollan on December 18, 1998 at 18:59:42:
Thanks for updating this situation.
This makes perfect sense to me. It is a lot more believable than that original announcement that it was her heart.
There is a "bell curve" of reactivity to everything. At one end is what likely happened here. At the other end is the person who can live on dairy products for all their life without ANY adverse effect.
The crime is that the AMA has the "tolstoy syndrome" and, as such, has denied the public this kind of information. If what is known already was common knowledge, Florence would still be alive & well--according to her autopsy report.