Ok! Styx got it right about we are all the same in their fantastic song, "The Grand Illusion".
I'm going to put a bit of a different spin on it though.
In Nora Gedguadas's book "Primal Fat Burner" she talks at length about humankind's common DNA and our common basic nutritional requirements, which developed pre-agricultural revolution, thus sans grains and sugar (which are synonymous). Then looks at the developing diseases that occurred after the introduction of grains and sugar.
The following is a quote from Dr, Loren Cordain from his book, "The Paleo Diet". "DNA evidence shows that genetically, humans have hardly changed at all. To be specific,the human genotype has changed less than 0.02% in 40,000 years. This means that the genetic makeup of Paleolithic people is virtually identical to our own. literally, we are Stone Agers living in the Space Age; our dietary needs are the same as theirs. Our genes are well adapted to a world in which all the food eaten daily had to be hunted. fished, or gathered from the natural environment - a world that no longer exists. Nature determined what our bodies needed thousands of years before civilization developed, before people started farming and raising domesticated livestock."
Ok so no one is suggesting going back to a time long long ago in a galaxy close close at hand, but we can respect and work with the amazing genetic structure of our common ancestry and reclaim our health simply by eating our way to optimal health!
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