Black Swan mitochondriacs are unique because they see and sense the same things as everyone else, but they are capable of thinking what no one else has thought about what they have observed. This is why their perspective OFTEN diverges from the crowds and paradigms. Black swans are taught at Kruse Longevity Center how to see the invisible effects in nature before anyone else has an inkling how important they are to everyday life. It turns out the 21st century toxin you cannot see, hear, smell, taste, or fell is the key to understanding the mistake we made in biochemistry and nutrition science.
A Random Walk Among Provocateurs
About the Author: Jack Kruse
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