So the smart wizards say our gut biome changes regularly…
We have 4 seasons: spring, summer, fall, and winter… (some only have certain seasons depending on location, but duh we all know that)…so what?
Our food intolerances change regularly… perhaps that’s our bodies “seasonal change?”
Foods grown locally might just grow during each specific season based on environmental factors…
“Perhaps” in theory our bodies biome changes with the seasons and based on local environmental factors…?
In Tejas, watermelons are in season, berries, zucchini, squash, figs, peaches, plums, chickpeas, cucumbers, grapefruit, and onions.
If you eat meat… “perhaps” “in theory” (of course) you should consider when the grass is greener and the animals are naturally “bulking”… and as soon as that season ends maybe that’s the best time to eat them based on their cells and how that aligns with our cells…? “Perhaps” hunting season is naturally based along this “crazy thought.”
Perhaps our biome naturally wants what’s local and in season: foods of all types and our cells will adapt (cellular adaption) to our climate no matter where we go…
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