A “hybrid plant” is a plant which does not exist in nature.
Hybrid foods are the product of cross-breeding, or forceful cross-pollination, of plants or animals (different than GMO-engineered food). Cross-pollinated, hybrid plants are extremely likely to have an incomplete genome.
Hybrid plants are basically genetic mutants that do not work within the larger symbiosis of nature or the human body. This is why none of these hybrid plants can be found in nature, because they are unable to survive within nature’s symbiosis, and this is also why it is necessary to breed hybrid foods exclusively on farms and in labs which do not mimic nature’s conditions. This is also the reason why many of these hybrid plants are acidic, whereas naturally-occurring plants are almost always alkaline.
One example of a hybrid plant is brown/white rice, which was engineered from what is now called “wild rice” and a series of other crossbred crops. However, conventional brown/white rice turns the body acidic, while naturally-occurring wild rice is highly alkaline.
Other examples of hybrid plants include carrots, corn, beets, turnips, broccoli, brussel sprouts, cauliflower, garlic, spinach, cabbage, soy, wheat, and many others. Seedless fruits such as seedless watermelons, grapes, tomatoes etc. are also hybrid plants.
Of course, eating carrots, broccoli, and seedless grapes will be more much, much more effective to the healing process than eating eggs, meat, and cheese, but if we wish to heal as effectively as possible, we must eat as close to nature as possible, which means eventually cutting down on or eliminating hybrid foods as well.
Fun fact: Chickens, pigs, cows, and virtually all other animals that are produced for consumption today are all hybrid animals! These hybrid animals, like hybrid plants, were selectively cross-bred with other species over generations to create animals that would produce the greatest yield for a farmer in terms of meat, eggs, milk, etc. This is a good thing to know, but doesn’t really matter because we know to avoid animal products anyway!