2 quotes from Llaila Afrika: ‘Contemporary medical technology is not an advancement in medicine- it indicates the failure of Caucasian medical science and is a. So, for the first installment of our book of the month, we recommend reading: Melanin: What Makes Black People Black! By Dr. llaila Afrika. The Power and Science of Melanin book explains the negative and positive effects it can have on children. It describes the biochemical differences between.
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Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Want to Read saving…. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Refresh and try again. Open Preview See a Problem? Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. Preview meanin Melanin by Llaila Afrika. The Black race s under-education, dys-education dysfunctional and mis-education about Melanin merely reflects one particle of a mis-education. Black people must Know Thyself and to know yourself is to know Melanin.
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To ask other readers questions about Melaninplease sign up. Lists with This Book. Feb 07, Tracy Trammell rated it melain liked it. Thought it would be a quick read, but the content is very scientific. Probably helpful to have dictionary handy. Towards end of book there’s diagrams and side by side comparisons. I’m really in awe of this book, and the subject of Melanin.
Melanin: What Makes Black People Black! By: Llaila Afrika
Have a few questions for author, hopefully he will respond. I would’ve given the book 5 stars but I would’ve liked to see more scientific information explained in layman’s terms. Overall all African Americans should read this book. Nov 28, FractalHealing klaila it it was amazing Recommends it for: Lllaila over age 10,definitely to ppl wither Melanin content.
Study of Melanin is the key to understanding life on planet Earth. Originally study of Melanin was central to studying what is now known as Chemistry.
Definitely thought provoking read due to its inter-contextual references and scientific backing. The book contains facts that are rarely stated. Higher Melanin content makes for certain attributes biologically, physiologically, cognitively etc. This makes for afeika in people with varying amounts of Melanin- 1.
Which is melanun normal range for chemicals in the blood are different for different races. The speed of child development varies as per Melanin content, therefore melann from a child should be differentas the growth of nerves controlling the bladder for example is much faster. Biochemically there is a difference in the melwnin produced by a mother based on Melanin content in her body.
Baby food too should reflect this difference for babies with various amount of Melanin. Higher Melanin in a body indicates that person is absorbing a broader spectrum of frequencies.
This indicates richer experience of colors and tastes. More Melanin in the body indicates better regulation of the the body temperature.
And therefore protects the skin from aging. Epinephrine, also known as adrenalin is a form of Melanin but acts both as a hormone and a neurotransmitter.
Epinephrine is critical to flight or fight response and therefore higher Melanin content indicates a better mechanism to survive. Every living thing has melanin. Laila the authorattacks long held assumptions using real scientific factsnot fake science. Anybody melainn considers themselves neutral to the racism drama should find themselves intrigued by this book because afriks pertains to life on planet Earth. There are two different kinds of Melaninwhich cannot be a part of the same ancestral tree.
This difference determines llails. Darker skinned people have Selenium in their Melanin. Melanin is a bio chemical key to lifeit causes conversion reactions -metabolism of carbohydrates efficiently.
The following are mslanin few derivatives or particles of Melanin conversion clockwise and counter clock wise. Melanin is found in 3 forms: Melanin is the only chemical that can bi locate.
Melanin lays the blueprint for the design of the growth of bones, eyes, organs, blood vessels…. Melanin has memory that cannon be destroyed, thats why amputees experience phantom pain. Pineal gland is Pine cone shaped gland, 2mg in weight, has an inch is size as big as a grain of wheatreddish in color.
Contemporary Pineal gland calcifies age years ,shrinks and stops working at age 20due to life style pollutants in the human system. Melanin is produced by Pineal gland located in the geometric centre of the brain. Melanin is then converted to various hormones such as 1. Serotonin is important to experience joy and achieve higher consciousness 2. Melatonin which is involved llai,a circadian rhythm 3. Melanin synchronizes clocks synch and rhythmicity the various organ functions to avoid conflicts.
Helps humans dream at night. The following substances are harmful to Melanin: Age of the human brain is measured by how well the brain absorbs Melanin. The age of Egyptian Mummies is determined through the carbon dating the Melanin in the brain. Melanin Reticular formation and Melanin: Without this range one is emotionally crippled.
It is a pamphlet an should be marketed as such. OK, I was quite disappointed. There is so many that could benefit from this information. Yet presenting it in such a mmelanin fashion sucked validity clean out of very significant subject matter. Repair this mishap immediately.
Nov 13, Vivian rated it it was amazing Recommends it for: I enjoyed this small gem. Very easy to follow. It can get repetitive but I believe that was intentional in order to introduce facts to the beginner reader.
Meanin Science did not get me lost and I felt it was a great overall introduction to Melanin. Apr 05, Andrew Duret rated it liked it.
Melanin: What Makes Black People Black by Llaila Afrika
This book is great. I afrkka classify this as study text. Nevertheless, i learned a great deal of information as well as reinforce information i may have forgotten prior! It always perplexed me as to why with all the learning of sciences, not once ever has melanin been discussed or a part of my curriculum growing up in school. This arfika makes it clear to me why that is.
Melanin is our sixth sense and unfortunately the ones running the school systems and creating the curriculums lack it. I’ve learned a great deal from this very light and short read.
He Wfrika it Again!!!!! Been trying to understand melanin for 20 years, As a RN as the Eoropean-Western medical books fir hundreds s of dollsrs programmed us with soooo much pseudo- science, fake, and disinformation, its Medical racism!! Jun 09, F. Excellent I gave this the top rating as it is a mind opener for those of us who are proud Africans, and gives the reasons why we in the Motherland and the Diaspora should stay away from caucasoids. Great book Afrioa think this a great book.
A must read for everyone, full of knowledge. Do not pass this lllaila up. Good book It was a really good book.
It gives you a basic understanding of what is melanin and how it benefits poc. Must know knowledge Really interesting read and easy read. Definitely a topic that should be discussed more and this book is a great place to start the conversation. Dec 12, Robin rated it really liked it. Dec 28, Felton Lovett Sr. Great starting point This book highlights some important nuances and features of melanni.
As with most reading, further reading is not only encouraged but a must. Good Information Informative on what makes us black People color.