This is a picture of our setup in the Tustin Whole Foods. Jenny was there during lunch, and Julie was at Whole Foods in Long Beach. Both of them had awesome days.
I googled Tom Brady and Probiotics. The first three results were our blog, and we got the highest amount of traffic ever on the blog yesterday. So I think we need to make Tom Brady a ‘thing’, and get some of that Brady magic. Our stock is at 5 cents. Maybe we already have it.
Just to be VERY CLEAR about this. We have NO AFFILIATION with Tom Brady. I doubt he uses our probiotics. Eli Manning does (note: that was a joke). Our probiotics had nothing to do with the outcome of the game. Except in my house, where I had some Adia, then watched the game in glowing good health. I picked the Pats to win, and somehow cursed them.
Jay called me last night, and told me he’s giving up sports. He’s a grown man, and he can’t figure out why he’s so disappointed his team lost. I’m not sure why he’s telling me that. I’m from Chicago. I feel that every year.
We’re getting ready for the big day at Sam’s Club in Fullerton. We kick off tomorrow morning at the open, and we’ll be there the entire day. Jenny and April are splitting the day, and we’ll have some trainees from the group we’re doing this with.
I’m really excited about these next 5 days. We’ve been totally crushed getting ready for it, and I think we’re ready.
Today is also my daughter’s birthday. She wants parties all week, so tonight, we’re having the family over, we’re going to have dinner, then Jenny and I are heading over to Fullerton to set everything up.
I’m a little nervous. We’ve done really well every time we’ve set up a sample booth, so I’m not concerned about our product. Our product is excellent. I’m just nervous. Wish us luck, and if you’re a member of Sam’s Club, come on out.
Today’s article comes from Science Daily. Here’s the link:
There’s a school of thought that links inflammation with illness, and seeks to reduce inflammation to extend life. To that end, scientists in Japan discovered a probiotic that extended life in mice.
The specific bacteria, referred to as LKM512 has been shown to reduce inflammatory markers in elderly humans. This was the first time this specific bacteria was tested with lifespan, and it showed promising results both in extending lifespan with better health and hair.
LKM512 also prevented some age related changes in the intestines.
It’s an interesting study, and I imagine scientists here will look at it. I’m curious to hear more.