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Greg David

May 10, 2018, 11:57:39 AM5/10/18
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Hi everyone,
The Human Longevity Project noted in the email below has some really great up-to-date information about the human micro-biota and how you can make your’s strong. They detail how very important our biota is to us and why.
It’s free for a very limited timeframe.

Hope you enjoy it as much as I am,

Ps, to access it, you’ll have to give them a name and email address, after which they will forever send you adds, some of which are useful.

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From: Summer Bock | Guts & Glory <sup...@summerbock.com>
Date: May 10, 2018 at 4:04:04 AM CDT
To: eart...@mac.com
Subject: Your gut bacteria can extend your life

Are humans just a living host for bacteria?

Hi Greg,

Episode 2 of The Human Longevity Project is in full swing, and it's all about my most favorite thing in the universe to talk about, the microbiome.

Is it possible that humans evolved as a vehicle for bacteria?

Dive into today's broadcast. I promise this isn't as crazy as it may seem!

The human microbiome impacts virtually every aspect of our health.

While complex, understanding this concept is absolutely VITAL for long-term health and happiness. Thankfully, this episode makes this so much easier to understand.

Here’s what you'll discover when you watch Episode 2: The Gut and Immune System's Role in Disease and Early Aging:

  • The critical role of the microbiome in health and longevity
  • All the ways we throw off our microbiota balance
  • Problems vs. benefits of infections
  • How good and bad bacteria impact autoimmune disease
  • How the microbiome and mitochondria communicate
  • Skin issues
  • Getting a good start: birth practices, breastfeeding and antibiotics
  • Why kids (and adults) should play in the dirt more

Today, microbiologist, Kiran Krishnan, who I interviewed for the Better Belly Project 2.0, discusses how our microbiome is almost entirely formed before age 4. This definitely makes it easy to understand how incredibly important our early years are to long-term vitality.

Founder of GreenMedInfo, Sayer Ji talks about the fascinating topic of RNA. If you don’t know what RNA is, this is a must watch episode.

“Our moment to moment exposures, to viruses or toxicants, will affect our genome in an inheritable way. So it puts a profound responsibility on our choices right now, but it also shows us the profound power we have to affect future generations through decisions we’re making now.” - Sayer Ji

Powerful stuff, right Greg?

Check out Episode 2 of The Human Longevity Project! <=




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