Consuming plant based diet and herbs are vitally important when attempting to reverse disease, because they greatly limit the amount of toxins and unhealthy compounds derived from meat that enter the body and undermine the healthy expression of the African genome. It is hardwired in the African genome that the consumption of plants promotes the healthy expression of the genome, which results in physical, mental, and emotional stability.

Plant based diet and herbs. The harsher conditions of the European environment and a diet that centered on meat consumption led to the expression of the Neanderthal genome and the diseases associated with it.

Consume plant based diet, herbs

Not only is the consumption of plants necessary for the healthy expression of the genome, but natural plants most effectively support the genome because they have chemical affinities with it. The genome programs the body to effectively assimilate natural plants because their chemical structure supports the expression of the genome without the development of disease in the body.

Attempting to reverse disease

The hospitable environment of Africa and environments similar to Africa, with its nutrient-dense soil, nurturing weather, and ample life-sustaining sunshine, allowed for the development of the African genome that was complete and healthy. The same environment allowed for the natural development of plant life that had complete structures and genetic profiles that had chemical affinities with the African genome and supported health instead of disease.

Plants supported the health of the body in two ways. One, they provided a wide array of minerals, vitamins, carbohydrates, fats, and protein in ratios that naturally supported the ratio of nutrients in the body. The body was able to use the nutrients to replace the nutrients lost through metabolic processes that support organ function. Two, the body was able to use plant’s phytonutrients, specific and varied chemical compounds in plants, which the plants used to protect themselves against disease. The hospitable environment of Africa and similar environments abundantly and naturally produced plants that amply supplied both.

Some plants do grow in less hospitable environments outside of Africa that may or may not be an overall good source of a wide range of nutrients. They do often contain phytonutrients that protect against various diseases. Some plants can be very resilient and are able to survive in very harsh conditions through the use of their phytonutrients, and we often look to these plants for their medicinal properties. These plants are often referred to as weeds, because of their ability to find ways to grow even when their growth is not wanted. The natural plants in both hospitable and inhospitable environments support the health of the body.

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The unnatural hybridization of plants lessens the chemical affinity they have with the African genome, and these plants promote the development of disease instead of supporting homeostasis and optimal functioning of all the organs and metabolic processes in the body. Multiple hybridizations severely increase the chance of the development of compounds that don’t have chemical affinities with the body, even though the hybridized plants maintain some nutritional value. We have to focus on the consumption of natural plants, whether as food or as herbs, to fully support the healthy expression of the African genome, which is the root for health in all people.

All people, Africans and all descendants of Africans, should focus on the consumption of plant-centered diets and even plant-based diets based on eating natural nonhybrid plants to optimally support physical, mental, and emotional well-being. Africans have been assimilated into eating foods that are foreign to their African genome through slavery, colonialism, and globalization. It is evident that the Western diet promotes the development of chronic disease, disease that is also associated with the Neanderthal genome.

European history has been riddled with chronic disease in comparison to Africa and similar countries before colonialism and slavery. The same meat-centered diet that led to the breakdown or unhealthy expression of the African genome and development of the Neanderthal genome is being globalized, with the addition of unnaturally hybridized plants and processed foods.

Put simply, health is attained through the removal of the consumption of these foods, while saturating the body with natural plants and their nutrients that were provided by God. These plants have chemical affinities with the body and support the reversal of disease and the healthy expression of the African genome.

Science has recognized that some people may have a genetic disposition that puts them at risk for a certain disease, but science also supports that environmental factors like the foods you eat play a greater role in determining the expression of the genes and the risk of developing chronic disease.

The differences between the environments in Africa, Europe, and East Asia led animals and plants to develop differently. The abundance of natural resources in Africa and its ample sunshine encouraged the development of life that was vibrant and literally full of energy or electricity. The interaction of the sun and abundance of natural elements in the environment stimulated the development of life that was saturated with those elements or minerals, which promoted mental and physical vibrancy.