I’ll be flying down to Cabo tomorrow morning, again. Staying in “Casa Corazon” in Los Zacatitos, about 8 miles east of San Jose Del Cabo. Beatrice will fly in Saturday. We’re looking to rent the place for about six months.
Archives for April 2015
I placed a bit of a clue in yesterday’s post, to see if anyone would pick up on it.
You are 99.99% genetically identical to every other human on the planet. Whereas, in terms of your gut microbiome genetic sequence, you can be 90% different from the person next to you.
Nope, at least not that I’ve seen in comments. You had to watch Rob Knight’s TED video to really understand the profundity of the potential, here. Isn’t it amazing that with 99.99% identical human-cell genes, we can have such a variety of features between humans? Tall, short, fast, slow, smart, dumb, blond, black, strong, weak, ugly, and even uglier pink bags of flesh & water draped over frames…and the list goes way on.…
The funny thing about science is that it’s a moving target. It’s evolving, and if the science evolves, so too must the supplements based on its findings. To stay abreast of it all, I’m always researching and listening to advisors and other experts to make sure that my formulations are optimal. gut health as a health topic has exploded in recent years, as has the amount of research being done, and what we know about how the foods we eat, behaviors we do, and supplements we take affect our guts has evolved. I recently updated the [easyazon_link identifier=”B007N79QS0″ locale=”US” tag=”fretheani0c-20″]Primal Flora[/easyazon_link] formulation to reflect the latest developments. It now contains an (almost) entirely new set of probiotic strains. Below I’ll explain what these are, how you can benefit, and share my own experience using the new formulation.That much is good enough, but it gets better. …
The times they are a changin’
You know it, you see it. Je suis fier d’avoir appris à parler français à 30. …Voy a aprender a hablar español a los 54.
I’m starting with music.
The manual has been read cover-to-cover, everything quite intuitive if you already know how to fly a hang glider safely.
I’ll be busy getting a few things sorted before flying it, such as having the emergency parachute integrated into the harness, then getting all attachment points fitted to my wing.