Sugar Alert – Out of Balance
Dean L. Jones, C.P.M.
The human body-type requires certain food to have a biochemical nutritional homeostasis, or balance. The unforeseen move from Africa to America gives black people a huge task with figuring out how to cope with high carbohydrate foods that have been processed, refined, synthesized, artificially flavored, and loaded with chemical preservatives. These foods are not part of our essentially natural balance.
The African diet was almost exclusively from the plant kingdom, consuming little animal or dairy products. Significantly, it is during that apprehension slave period to now where certain disease rates have radically increased for blacks. For example, black people living in America are 1.8 times more likely to die from heart disease than non-Hispanic whites; 1.3 times more likely to die from breast cancer; 2.8 times more likely to die from prostate cancer and 1.4 times more likely to die from colon cancer. More than 2.7 million blacks in America have diabetes (1 in 9), and are 1.6 times more likely to have diabetes than non-Hispanic whites. Roughly 72,000 blacks living in America have sickle cell anemia, where the disease occurs in approximately 1 in every 500 black births, plus approximately 2 million blacks, or 1 in 12, carry the sickle cell trait.
The evidence is mounting that cancer, heart disease, and sickle cell anemia are deficiency diseases aggravated by the lack of an essential food compound in black people’s diet. The significance of these statistics is to correlate eating and sickness, where the solution to these diseases can be found in the field of nutrition rather than drugs, blood thinners, and blood transfusions. Therefore, the better we control ourselves from poor eating, the easier it is to restore healthy nutrients in our daily diet.
Food processors advertise that vitamins and minerals are put back into the food before sending it to the market, thus, “enriched” is the word seen on bread, milk, and other foods. But make no mistake about it; nothing is left but raw starch which has zero nutritive value. These starch synthetic chemicals (saccharification; gucose syrup, dextrose, fructose, dextrin and maltose) are injected, which form only part of the missing vitamins, and are not properly ingestible by human beings because they are not “in balance”.
Our cells, organs, tissues, and chemicals are formed in the body by energy. The body emits a vibratory frequency which reflects the thoughts, foods, and medicines we ingest and contributes to the structure of our vital force. Too many eating habits consumed by blacks living in America are deficient in the nutrients needed to inhibit cell sickling in the blood, resulting in painful hemolytic crisis caused by the clumping of the red blood cells. As is well-known, sickle cell anemia is relatively rare in the Caribbean, primarily because of their minimal use of refined sugars.
Dean Jones is a marketing strategist with Southland Partnership Corporation and such articles stem from too many enterprises taking advantage of our food and water supply. U