Some of you visiting here today because we met in my car. That Uber driver that shared a little about my journey back to health. Some of you might know me from my days in broadcasting from 2003 to 2012. Good to see you…8-)
My name is Michael J Loomis, and this space will be where you find a good part of my narrative. At least some bits and pieces of it, with a weightier dose of the events that cover the last few years of my life. A little about who I was, where I have been and what I wish I would have known along the way. The only past I can change is the one in front of me. One bite at a time.
There are a few links to the left where you can find my morsels of research and data gathering for my upcoming publishing adventures.
My goal is to help you better understand one of the simplest things that can be done to improve your overall health. Simply chew more. Even if you don’t change what it is you are putting in your mouth, change what you do once it’s in there and time will take care of the rest. However, I must warn you that you will likely also find yourself wanting to change what it is you are putting in there over time as well.
With this space I hope to reawaken the spirit of a wise gentleman by the name of Horace Fletcher, also known historically as, “The Great Masticator.”
Fletcher and his followers recited and followed his instructions religiously, even claiming that liquids, too, had to be chewed in order to be properly mixed with saliva. Fletcher argued that his mastication method will increase the amount of strength a person could have while actually decreasing the amount of food consumed. Fletcher promised that “Fletcherizing”, as it became known, would turn “a pitiable glutton into an intelligent epicurean.” Adapted from~Wikipedia