We are all Individuals

Physiologically, biochemically, anatomically, and psychically, we are all are unique creations. No two brains are designed the same way or function exactly in the same way. This is why no two people think or feel the same when faced with similar events.

DNA sequencing has demonstrated "how unique each one of us is, and the extent to which genetic variation occurs in human beings."

This genetic uniqueness is so prevalent that we cannot extrapolate nutritional recommendations from one population to another, because they may have significantly differing methods of metabolism of the same food chemicals; that is, a person from Alaska metabolizes food differently than a person from Mississippi. Our metabolic individuality is also determined by constitutional factors, such as age, sex, developmental size, and parental factors, as well as environmental factors, such as time, geography, climate, occupation, education, and diet. All of these factors coalesce to influence our individual chances of surviving in a hostile world.

Health and Nutrition Secrets (that can save your life), Dr Russell L. Blaylock, MD

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