According to leading nutritionist David Wolfe, hybrid foods are missing vital electrics, they are unnatural and high in both sugar and starch. They are devoid of proper mineral balance that all wild foods contain. So when we eat a lot of hybrid fruit and vegetables that lead to mineral deficiencies, they cause the body to bring heavy minerals from the bones into the blood to buffer the sugar. This hybrid sugar is not completely recognized by the liver and pancreas. The minerals and sugar are then spilled off into the urine. Hybrid sweet fruit and sweet starchy vegetables can over stimulate you and cause you to lose minerals.
Hybrid foods are taken out of their natural content and will not assimilate in the body completely, and instead store as a toxin. They will also damage the mucus membranes. Hybrid foods can feed fungal conditions like Candida whereas non-hybrid or wild fruit will not lead to such a condition.
Hybridized produce with High Glycemic Content:
Seedless Fruits (that create a negative glycemic impact):Seedless Watermelon, Seedless Grapes, Seedless Apples, Bananas, several varieties of Dates (especially Medjools), Seedless Kiwis, Seedless Pineapples, Seedless Citrus Fruits, Seedless Persimmons.
Main Hybrid Vegetables (create a negative glycemic impact when cooked):Beets, Carrots, Corn, Potatoes
Hybrid Nuts and Seeds:Cashews, Oats, Rice, and Wheat, Alfalfa and Alfalfa Sprouts. (Even "wild" rice is not really wild but hybridized, and both white and brown rice is hybridized.) Hybridized wheat bred to have triple the gluten? Avoid it because it’s wheat with triple the gluten.
Legumes (beans):Most commercial legumes are hybrids and some will revert back to their natural state if planted and the plants that survive live on. Soy beans are greatly hybridized today and often bio-engineered (Frankenstein produce!)
Always try to adapt to organic low glycemic foods. Select corn with deep yellow kernels. You can cook this with blue, red or purple cornmeal to get back the lost anthrocyanins and beta-carotene. For lettuce, you may look for arugula which is also known as salad rocket. It is similar to the wild ancestor.
The greens are rich in cancer-fighting compounds called glucosinolates and higher in antioxidant activity than many green lettuces. Scallions, or green onions, are an excellent blend of nutrition. They resemble wild onions and are just as good for you. They have 5 times more phytonutrients than many common onions do. Use the entire plant because the green part of scallions is more nutritious than the white bulbs.
Otherwise, if you eat more green-leafed vegetables and avocados, nuts, or olives with hybrid sweet fruits or vegetables it will decrease their effect on the blood sugar and increase the utility of elements in the food. Small amounts of starchy vegetables or grains in an uncooked or sprouted state, especially consumed with healthy fat, can be an acceptable transition food to a healthier diet.