I have made a Youtube of exactly what I eat on a Raw Food Diet, when I want to lose a little weight.
The Gerson Therapy, created by Dr. Gerson states clearly that cancer loves "sugar and salt" so to drop the weight fast, avoid nuts, and the additives like salt, sugar, honey, maple syrup and agave nectar.
Chimps and Bonobos are two species of Chimpanzees that are close enough to humans to share 99.6% of their DNA.
The less than 1 percent difference is the protein found in human urine, which is why scientist first thought man split because we ate meat. It was a jump in the guessing which has never been proven in 4 million years. Anyone have an ideas about this?
Evolutionary geneticist Andrew G. Clark, Cornell professor of molecular biology and genetics. "But we found hundreds of genes showing a pattern of sequence change consistent with adaptive evolution occurring in human ancestors." Those genes are involved in the sense of smell, in digestion, in long-bone growth, in hairiness and in hearing. "It is a treasure-trove of ideas to test by more careful comparison of human and chimpanzee development and physiology," Clark says.
What are the genes that make us human? Or rather, what genes were selected by natural selection to result in differences between humans and chimps?"
In addition to the great departure in smell perception, differences in amino acid metabolism also seem to affect chimps' and humans' abilities to digest dietary protein and could date back to the time when early humans began eating more meat, Clark speculates. Anthropologists believe that this occurred around 2 million years ago, in concert with a major climate change. (Earth has had 11 Ice Ages, and the last one only 1 million humans were left. It was these humans that lived off "deer husbandry." But, we were already "human" before this period.
"This study also gives tantalizing clues to an even more complex difference -- the ability to speak and understand language," Clark says. "Perhaps some of the genes that enable humans to understand speech work not only in the brain, but also are involved in hearing." Evidence for this came from a particularly strong sign of selection acting on the gene that codes for an obscure protein in the tectorial membrane of the inner ear. One form of congenital deafness in humans is caused by mutations to this gene, called alpha tectorin.
A one percent difference in the DNA sequence has made a significant different "brain" from the ape— and we are still wondering what this difference is. Any ideas out there?
Ref: Also collaborating in the study were researchers at Applied Biosystems (Foster City, Calif.), Celera Diagnostics (Alameda, Calif.) and Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland. The Science report is titled, "Inferring non-neutral evolution from human-chimp-mouse orthologous gene trios."
My memoir "From Hollywood to God" is now on Amazon and Kindle books!
My first stop was to The World Sound Healing Conference in San Francisco. I wanted to understand the science of frequencies, especially if everything in the universe was vibrating to their own unique song! I waited in the large conference room to hear Dr. Susan Yale's lecture on the Harmonic Oscillator. The room went dark and three pyramids projected on a large movie screen.
"You can hear the sound of "nature" between the Pyramids of Giza," Dr. Yale said, pausing, "it's a perfect F Sharp." No one moved. She spoke slowly, "If you knew there was a place in the world where you could hear God, would you go?" I always wanted to swim in the Nile! ~ from my Memoir, (click link—"From Hollywood to God" Kelly Granite Enck on Amazon books and Kindle.