i THINK I HAVE DECIDED TO GROW OUT MY BANGS.
Me, today, re: all things work-related
if you put your sunglasses and your peanut butter m&ms in a purse and forget about ‘em, what you’ll get back is angry texts and FASHION
That one night, you made everything alright.
The trillions of bacteria that live in the gut — that digest food, make vitamins and amino acids — may help determine if a person is fat or thin.
The evidence is from a novel experiment involving mice and humans that is part of a growing fascination with gut bacteria and their role in health and diseases like irritable bowel syndrome and Crohn’s disease. In this case, the focus was on obesity. Researchers found pairs of human twins in which one was obese and the other lean. They transferred gut bacteria from these twins into mice and watched what happened. The mice with bacteria from fat twins grew fat; those that got bacteria from lean twins stayed lean.
Michael Fischbach of the University of California, San Francisco, who was not involved with the study, called it “the clearest evidence to date that gut bacteria can help cause obesity.”
Well Griffin and I had the brilliant idea to rewatch every Salad Fingers episode tonight, and then Griffin immediately had the even more brilliant idea to go to sleep. So now I’m awake, driving home in the dark, and heading back to an empty house for what is sure to be a night filled with pleasant dreams.
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