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"Dr. Sebi, you know, in my family, heart condition is hereditary.
Heart condition is hereditary? What about the hog maw? Isn’t that hereditary too?
What about the pork chop? That’s hereditary!
So when you tell me that the disease is hereditary, you have to tell me that the food that made that disease hereditary, is what you’re still eating.
That happened to DR. Sebi.
Dr. Sebi had diabetes when he was only 30. Dr. Sebi was impotent at 30. He was born with asthma. Dr. Sebi wore glasses at 30. And he weighed 291. Then when I look back into the history of my parents, they too had diabetes, they too was obese, they too wear glasses.
So how do we break this thing we call, hereditary? You stop eating the food that come with the hereditary. And you break that cycle. Easy isn’t it? Of course it is easy.
But now we ask a question. After eating hog maw, pork chop, collard greens, chitterlings
for 500 years; ask someone to stop!
Then we have the nerve to point our finger at someone who takes cocaine.
How do we do that? Just how do we have room to criticize someone that uses cocaine?
When we have salt on the table. We have salt and sugar; salt & sugar on the table!
And we gonna criticize someone that use cocaine? We have no room. I have no room.
I give thanks to God that I’m ALIVE, after going all through that.
Diabetes, asthma, impotence, blind and insane!" #AlkalineEclectic#AfricanBioMineralBalance