Archaeal Symbiosis and Modulation of Human Sexuality

Archaeal Symbiosis and Modulation of Human Sexuality

LAP Lambert Academic Publishing ( 2019-03-12 )

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Neanderthal genes have been described in the homo sapien population. The Neanderthal brain structure results in female dominance and matriarchal social patterns. It was considered plausible that Neanderthal genomics and metabolonomics could also contribute to androgynous behaviour. It has been demonstrated that Neanderthal phenotype is due to symbiosis by actinidic archaea using cholesterol as an energy substrate. Cholesterol is also converted to steroidogenic estrogens and testosterone. The increasing growth of actinidic archaea converts the body metabolites the cholesterol which is subsequently oxidized and depleted. This results in sex hormone deficiency and evolution of asexual and alternate sexual phenotypes. The high fibre high MCT high legume protein ketogenic diet converts the neanderthalis to sapien species and a low fibre high protein high fat diet converts the sapien species to neanderthalis species. This leads to modulation of sexuality.

Book Details:

ISBN-13:

978-3-330-32900-3

ISBN-10:

3330329009

EAN:

9783330329003

Book language:

English

By (author) :

Ravikumar Kurup
Parameswara Achutha Kurup

Number of pages:

96

Published on:

2019-03-12

Category:

General Natural Sciences