Dr Llaila Afrika: Melanin What Makes Black People Black

In his well written and very, very informative information on how important melanin plays a big role physically, mentally and spiritually makes only one word ring true: amazing. Using diagrams as well as explaining all the science terms that doctors normally use leaving you confused is explained; but you will have to further do your own research into the scientific terms. The book is a short read containing less than a hundred pages yet so impactive that you will take your time.

Dr Llaila Afrika even goes as far as to point out how melanin functions in Afrikans compared to Europeans. In a sense, the book will make one aware as to why it was necessary to brainwash melaninated people during slavery as well as today (21st century).

pg 21:

Melanin acts and reacts upon chemicals…Melanin has a free radical behavior. It will attack harmful synthetic chemicals (i.e. preservatives, food additives, drugs, cocaine, crack, viagra, caffeine) and attach to them in an attempt to transport them elsewhere or neutralize them. The harmful chemical and melanin become one molecule. This combined melanin and harmful chemical molecule is lodge throughout the body.

Emotional stress, disease, physical stressors, junk food, cell phone and computer radiation and drugs can cause the release of this combined melanin and harmful chemical molecule into the blood and into interactions with other chemicals, hormones, minerals and nutrients. The combined melanin and harmful chemical accumulates in the body and can cause a toxic overdose, it can breakdown (depolymerize) or reincorporate (polymerize).

pg 54,

Melanin is the foundation for immunity. It is a free radical scavenger; aids digestion, anti-oxidant, bones, nerves, cellular and hormone functions. The following are essential for melanin production.

Serotonin/Sympathetic…………..Melatonin Parasympathetic

Vitamin A………………………..d-Alpha Tocopherol
B-6……………………………..B-1
B-12…………………………….B-2
Calcium…………………………Magnesium
Chromium………………………..Vanadium
Cobalamin……………………….Coenzyme Q-10
Copper………………………….Vitamin E
Vitamin C……………………….Vitamin D, Iodine
Niacin………………………….Niacinamide
Folic Acid………………………Folic Acid
Manganese……………………….Manganese
Potassium……………………….Panthothenic Acid
Riboflavin………………………Phosphorus
Silica………………………….Pyridoxal 5 Phosphate
Selenium………………………..Riboflavin
Bromelain……………………….Choline
Iron……………………………Zinc
Chrondrotin Sulfate………………Glucosamine Sulfate
Tablets/Liquid Serotonin………….Tablets/Liquid Melatonin

HERBS (combine)

Gingko or Gotu Kola……………..Gingko or Gotu Kola,
Damiana, Eybright……………….Chamomile, Echinacea
Echinacea

AMINO ACIDS

Ormithine, Arginine………………Phenylalanine, Tyrosine
SULFUR AMINO ACIDS……………….ALKALINE AMINO ACID
Methionine, Cysteine,…………….Histidine, Lysine
Taurine…………………………Glycine

PINEAL NUTRITION

Pineal nurtriion formula

Saw Palmetto, Black Cohosh, Fo-Ti, Gingko, Lobella, Eyebright, Burdock, Dandelion, Root, Alfalfa.

FOODS

Apricots, Apples, Peaches, Mangoes, Papayas, Star Fruit, Figs, Dates, Bananas, Plantains, Yams, Red Cherries, Blue Grapes, Guava, Broccoli, Spelt, Wild Rice, Blueberries, Collard Greens, Cauliflower, Oranges, Dandelion Greens, Fresh Olives, Raw Peanuts, Strawberries, Currants, Lemons, Turnips, Soybeans.

FOOD CLASSIFICATIONS

Carbohydrates increases Tryptophan — Calmness (melatonin)
Protein increases Dopamine/Norepinephrine/Tyrosine = Alertness (Serotonin)
Fruits stimulate melanin energy
Vegetables stabilize melanin energy

Dr Afrika is a doctor of Naturopathy, lecturer, nutritional consultant and historian, author who has been teaching people how to be healthy for over 27 years and has healed thousands of people along the way. Dr Afrika lectures on 80 different topics. He contends that good health does not belong exclusively to any culture or race, but is a human right and product of nature.

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