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Because ninjas never sat down to type WordPress blogs. Speaking of ninjas, let Al Kavadlo show you how to do a kip up. Should we kill animals that kill humans? A recent study suggests that “dense acellular carbohydrates” (in other words, grains) were found to promote inflammatory intestinal microbiota, as opposed to carbohydrates from “cellular tubers, leaves, and fruits.
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