The Black African Roots of Early Europeans: Pale Skin Black Genes – News Report

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Pale Skin Europeans r Recent Mutations (5500 years ago)
Pale Skin Europeans r Recent Mutations (Developed 5500 years ago)
People in England may have only developed pale skin within the last 5,500 years, according to new research.

Scientists believe that a sudden change in the diet around that time from hunter-gathering to farming may have led to a dramatic change in skin tone to make up for a lack of vitamin D.

Farmed food is lacking in vitamin D and while humans can produce it when exposed to the ultraviolet light in sunlight darker skin is far less efficient at it.

Scientists at the University of Oslo believe this change in diet may have led to our dark-skinned ancestors evolving paler skin to overcome this problem.

The link between skin colour and Vitamin D from sunlight has been suggested before.

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If the theory is correct it would mean that until this period in history, the ancient inhabitants of Britain and Scandinavia – our ancestors – would have had a dark skin tone.

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-1210056/White-Europeans-evolved-5-500-years-ago-food-habits-changed.html#ixzz0PiLnsHNl


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6 thoughts on “The Black African Roots of Early Europeans: Pale Skin Black Genes – News Report”

  1. Because scientists still lie about genetic mutation from whites. Scientifically seen whites are descendants from Indian albinos. Type “indian albino”, search for the pics and you’ll be the judge of those pics.

    1. And this also explains the several different eye and hair colors of the english? All in 5,500years.Right.Albinism is the lack of pigmentation.

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