"It is estimated that between 30% and 65% of all people worldwide are infected with toxoplasmosis. However, there is large variation between countries: in France, for example, around 88% of the population are carriers, probably due to a high consumption of raw and lightly cooked meat. Germany, the Netherlands and Brazil also have high prevalences of around 68%, over 80% and 67% respectively. In Britain about 22% are carriers, and South Korea's rate is 4.3%.
Two risk factors for contracting toxoplasmosis are:
Infants born to mothers who became infected with Toxoplasma for the first time during or just before pregnancy.
Persons with severely weakened immune systems, such as those with AIDS. Illness may result from an acute Toxoplasma infection or reactivation of an infection that occurred earlier in life."
How do hominids acquire TOXO?
Through contact with raw or poorly cooked meat (Specifically Pork) and the feces of the infected; Africans and as a result Rastafarian, has a natural aversion for fudge-packers and meat of the Swine.
Which hominid was cannibal nonpareil?
Likewise Africans and by extension Rastafarian should have a natural aversion to the progeny of the Neanderthal; but if your resistance is weakened, by propaganda, marketing and infiltration you're bound to be compromised.
Like Bro Eja used to say: keep looking on one side of a two-way street eventually you'll be run over by traffic from the other side;
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