Black People : What your natural hair color says about your health

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  1. asmith161718

    asmith161718 Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    http://www.lifescript.com/life/looks/hair/what_hair_color_says_about_your_health.aspx

    Very interesting article. it essentially says that blondes, redheads and brunettes are mutations.
    Health and Hair: The Color Connection


    What Your Natural Hair Color Says About Your Health
    The genes that give your hair a charcoal, chestnut, honey or amber hue also affect health conditions like Parkinson’s, multiple sclerosis and endometriosis, says Cleveland Clinic geneticist Rocio Moran, M.D.

    That's because "the melanocytes, or DNA, that produce hair pigment are controlled by genes that have roles in other processes in the body,"
    Greater chance of skin cancer

    It’s no secret that fair skin increases your chances of melanoma, but light hair is a risk factor too.

    "Blondes produce less melanin, the cells that give your hair and skin its pigment. [It] can leave them especially sensitive to sunburns, sun damage and developing skin cancer," says dermatologist Joel Schlessinger, M.D., president emeritus, American Society of Cosmetic Dermatology and Aesthetic Surgery.

    And a 2008 Australian study found brunettes have less of a chance of developing multiple sclerosis.

    "In most cases, brunettes tend to have darker complexions than blondes and redheads, which seems to provide some protection from multiple sclerosis," Dr. Schlessinger says.
     
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    i wonder what happened in the darkness where the cavemen and cavewomen dwelled to cause these mutations....

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    asmith161718 Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    Well I follow the Black Roots Science/Islam teachings that Yahweh along with the Elohim who at the time were 58,000 volunteers created the white races by degenerating the dominate black germ in there body. So essentially the white races are mutations from blacks/africans. Consequently this article backs up their teachings.
     
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    Blonde hair, just as white skin is leprosy. It's in Holy Doctrine; where it is stated about yellow hair, that's only blonde hair being mentioned. Red hair, I believe is to a lesser degree, and brunette an even lesser. But ultimately, the hair is red, only so dark it looks black. since we come from red dust, all about men and women, when they don't have leprosy, all is red, but darkened.
     
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