Oh I can't stand the stuff.
...that will not ever touch my lips.
I'll put it on my yaya though to cure a yeast infection!
lol! Nice. ;) Not the upper lips anyway.
I can't stand the stuff.
2006-05-17 10:25 pm (UTC)
Just had a whole 170 grams. hee hee urp!
- Cherry yogurt? :)
I love real cherries. Mmm. Yum.
I'm glad i stopped eating that stuff.
I never ate it. I always feel guilty feedint it to my kid. I know it's good for him, but I don't want to feed him things that I would never eat myself, you know?
bacteria are fun and useful! we play with them in molecular genetics all the time. it's because of the e coli in our intestines that lactose intolerant people have issues? Okay, so not always useful. Good stuff, man, good stuff.
Well yes, but it's good bacteria. You'd be a helluva lot worse off withouto it.
*eats another one* the more i eat the less there are in the world quickly people! before they muilply!
2006-05-17 11:01 pm (UTC)
ive been eating so much bacteria lately then...
Why don't they just sell bacteria in concentrated form?.... or would that be considered yogurt?
I haven't a clue. lol. ;)
Hmm...a little yogurt for breakfast...
Not pour moi. I reeeeally can't stand the stuff. Cereal does the body good.
Exactly why I don't eat the stuff.
2006-05-18 07:21 am (UTC)
actually, that's the best stuff you can eat, unless fruit and sugar and other crap are added. then it's not so good (it's gross, in fact).
but for bifidus and acidophillus, ladies, that's what's keeping your flow steady and the yeast out, not just down there, but all over (which you get from eating 'nice stuff' which always contains sugar, which yeast adores).
if you didn't have millions of bacteria down there, you couldn't push it through. count your blessings for them. there are different kinds -- you don't want strep and staph, but these lovelies rock.
food of the gods, i tell you.
I can't stand the stuff, though. :(
I'm glad others like it. :)
Thats kind of creepy, but check this out. I looked it up on Wikipedia and they say there are somewhere between 500 to 1000 different species of bacteria specialized to live in the human body, and everybody has about 10 bacteria cells living in them for every one of their own. They estimated we all have about 100 *trillion* bacteria cells floating around in us (vs about 10 trillion actual human cells).
Makes yogurt seem positively clean by comparison, doesn't it? Either way, most of them are symbiotes, so I guess its OK.
*stare* That scaaaares me!