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The United States has always been a melting pot of metabolic diversity since Europeans arrived and nearly wiped out the native population. Now, it's becoming the same all over the world.Whether we are northern, southern, western or eastern European, Asian, African, Australian, Native American, Pacific Islander or something else entirely, all the metabolic strategies our ancestors evolved to obtain energy from their food shaped what our bodies need to thrive. We have migrated nearly everywhere.
Metabolic diversity is the human evolu-tionary response to enormous variations in geography and climate, enabling us to adapt to and use all available energy sources. People from different racial, ethnic and cultural backgrounds have migrated from continent to continent, region to region and country to country, inter-mingling and melding for tens of thousands of years. Until now, we had no way of knowing our true ethnicity except by name and facial features, and, even with the advent of inexpensive DNA testing, we don't know if we're supposed to eat the foods our ancestors ate or adjust to what celebrity doctors and gurus tell us to eat.
People from different racial, ethnic and cultural backgrounds have migrated from continent, region to region and country to country, intermingling and melding for tens of thousands of years. Until now, we had no way of knowing our true ethnicity except by names and physical features, and, even with the advent of inexpensive DNA testing, we don't know if we are supposed to eat the foods our ancestors ate or adjust to what celebrity doctors and gurus tell us to eat.
It is a commonly-accepted truth that there is as much diversity among human beings as any other species on Earth. We are as different from one another as the caterpillar is from the house fly. The caterpillar must be able to go into a state of dormancy and liquefy while it is meta-morphosing into a winged insect, whereas the house fly must flit from one disgusting to another with no time for loafing before it lays its eggs in rotten meat or dung - and dies.
We may not have to liquefy or lay eggs in dead meat, but some of us were born to flit, and some of us were born to lay low. And, we may be flitters for half of our lives, burn out, and be forced to lay low while figuring how to adjust to new challenges. Not only are we genetically predisposed to required to need certain nutrients in absolute amounts, we are also epigenet-ically predisposed to require them to maintain a state of homeostasis and vibrant physical, emotional, psycholo-gical and spiritual health. This isn't what we hear from all the common so-called dietary experts, but we can call it the scientific truth.
We are told we should all eat the same foods whether they are suitable to our unique needs or not, and the constant onslaught of mixed messages about diet is enough to drive anybody to distraction. If we maintain excellent health on our food choices, the "experts" try to convince us they are not good for us. They call it controversy, and I call it reckless, even ruthless.
These days, a lot of people believe that meat is the enemy. This could not be further from the truth. Meat is dense nu-trition, and vegans and vegetarians MUST supplement their diets with vitamin B12 and folate.
It takes more energy to digest animal pro-tein than plant foods, so, in the beginning of a cancer cleanse, we should eat plenty of plants, because we need to save as much energy as possible for surviving the break-down of our tumors. And that is why raw, organic vegetable juicing is highly recommended.
However, some people cannot tolerate raw foods and juices. My husband, for example, has to back off from them. His gut cannot break down raw fiber. And, so, it can be with cancer patients. We are all unique, and so is our cancer.
The experts at HealthExcel.com have taken it from there and provided a testing service that identifies metabolic types and diet plans for those of us who choose to find a simplified version of Dr. Gonzalez's metabolic profiling protocol. I am a complex-carbohydrate type who does not digest protein well at all. I use potent pancreatic enzymes and supple-mental hydrochloric acid to ensure that the food I eat turns into fuel. In Waking Up from the Cancer Trance, Dr. Gonzalez is one of my Real Heroes in the War on Cancer. He studied Dr. Kelley's diet plans for five years and modified them to meet the needs of a highly-diverse population.
I found his mentor's plan by Dr. William Donald Kelley and answered every ques-tion. I am a Type Six vegetarian type who does not need meat every day. I like to brag that I'm right up there with Thomas Edison, who was also a Type Six.
Type six folks tend to be night owls who can live on fumes. Dr. Kelley was a Type Six. We can grab a piece of fruit while looking for solutions to quandaries and not get so hungry we have to stop. I had to give up some of my favorites, however. I do not eat toast and jam anymore. I eat toast and unsweetened applesauce.
(It is not uncommon for chemotherapy patients to be offered sweets (sugar cookies or candy) for "energy" after their chemo-therapy treatments.)
Kissing sugar goodbye is one of the first dietary necessities if we want to heal or prevent tumors from showing up in our bodies. They are the symptoms of a toxic inner terrain.
Eliminating sugar is not hard if we realize that cancer thrives on it. It's their only fuel. Cancer cells steal as much sugar (glucose) as possible in order to thrive and spread, so the patient wastes away. Starve cancer of glucose, and it begins to lose ground. All carbohydrates turn into glucose (sugar) in the ordinary energy conversion process, so pasta, pancakes and all processed foods are definitely out of the question. Processed sugar is like a drug, and it's addictive.
I don't know how to say who and what to believe. There are a lot of different oppos-ing opinions out there. When seeking the truth, I have to follow the logic.
It is illogical to believe that we should all eat the same diets in the same propor-tions. Our ancestors were farmers and hunter-gatherers and something in be-tween. It's only logical that we would all be different and need different foods in different amounts. Think about it.
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