A heart felt hug from Dohrea and I to you all, a big Thank You, and a wish and a prayer for blessings for you in the new year—Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!!!
At BioImmersion we celebrate the diversity of life. As a Zoologist I have a special love for animals life, and have choosen some special creature photographs for you to enjoy.
The first is this beautiful little bird here that was sent to us by Patricia Waugh. Patricia said that she had been trying to capture a picture of this little guy for a long time, and finally got him.
The second is the amazing creature we highlighted last week. Only two people guessed what it was, and that’s for good reason because this particular creature (see picture below in the Last Quiz Answer) was only recently discovered in a remote mountain range in New Guinea in 2009—that’s right, in 2009! Isn’t that amazing. This beautiful animal is a tube nosed fruit bat.
The tube-nosed fruit bat along with more than 200 animals and plants were revealed for the first time in 2009 by two scientific teams co-ordinated by Conservation International in partnership with Papua New Guinea’s Institute of Biological Research and conservation oranization A Rocha International. These discoveries were the result of their two months of exploring in a remote region of the Nakania and Muller mountain range in Papua New Guinea. The diversity and adaptation of life is amazing, don’t you think?
Here are some more of the creatures seen for the first time by the outside world thanks to this expedition.
The white-tipped tail mouse and the pink eyed katydid (cricket) are so different from other known species that they each represent an entirely new genus. This was also true for many of the frogs, spiders, snakes and other animals discovered.
Life given a chance evolves into splended diversity.
Finally, I saved perhaps the most amazing personal photos for the last. They were taken by friends of our family on a trip into Africa. This sequences speaks for itself. The little impala unbelievably walks away from this encounter.
As was told to us, this young band of brothers had recently eaten—good news for the young impala.
The Therapeutic Foods Platform
The Therapeutic Foods perform as a foundational platform for health. The introductory combination that I have been suggesting of late is to regularly consume the following:
With this combination you are adding to you diet the antioxidant/anti-inflammatory power of red pigment (pomegranate, cranberries, tart cherry, red radish), blue-purple pigment (blueberry), yellow pigment (pineapple), green pigment (chlorella, kale, watercress, daikon radish, broccoli, mustard), probiotics, fiber, and much more. It is an important start as your body receives the much needed ORAC protection (external and innate), improves the functions of many systems in the body such as the GI tract, cardiovascular, urogenital, osteoskeletal, and immune system. And of course it feeds the brain, and nervous system.