This post about human food is one of the most important. I hope you can find the time to read it and really take it to heart.
There’s no two ways about it, we’re all genetically different. Different races and even individuals vary in how they react genetically to the environment.
This really matters because some people just cannot eat certain foods and are much more susceptible to chronic illness like diabetes…
There are lucky people like the Sardinians who seem to be able to be far more relaxed with their lifestyles because they’re protected by genetic factors thought to be caused by past inbreeding.
On the other extreme are the unfortunate Glaswegians in Scotland, who due to the industrial revolution have a genetic make-up molded by crowded conditions, causing a high rate of childhood disease. This caused fast selection for “over-active” immune systems, making certain chronic illnesses much more likely in later life. In fact, the life expectancy for Glaswegians is very low indeed due to this factor… Continue reading “Human food”