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I am a frequent coffee drinker and this makes a huge difference for me. You may notice your gums are a little sensitive if you use it overnight, but you will also notice a much whiter smile!!! I am very picky about health/beauty products because I don't always think more money equals a better product. This is the best of both worlds as people have asked me where I go to get my teeth done because they are so white, but this product is so affordable!!!
Great design and sharp look. Easy to bump, set, hit. I've played with volleyballs before that feel like a balloon or playground ball. Not with this Mikasa. Everyone that has played with this ball absolutely love it
Love these everyday plates. They are very sturdy and under usual circumstances do not have to be doubled.
I was desperate for answers when I found this book. I was suffering from fibromyalgia, ADHD, severe anxiety, diabetes, PCOS, high cholesterol, obesity, depression, hashimoto's, digestive problems and malabsorption of nutrients. I would walk 15 miles a week and track all my calories without losing any weight. It has been six months and it has been life changing. I was waiting for my bloodwork before writing this review. I only did the introductory phase for about a week and then quickly moved through the other phases. I have been on full GAPS for five months. The first two months after starting I was very sick. I would cycle through yeast/bacterial infections, and then get more ill from die off. By month three I felt fantastic and had lost more than 20lbs. My bloodwork results amazed me. My A1C is down to 5.9, triglycerides down to 82, sex hormones and free testosterone well in the normal range, cholesterol ratio went down from 3.23 to 2.78(healthy), and my HDL went up to 53. I was also able to lower my dose of thyroid medication. My vitamin D is still a little low, but I attribute that to the winter. I also have been feeding my children similar to my diet with the addition of sourdough bread. I have seen a huge improvement in their attention (we homeschool). My child with dysgraphia/dyslexia has made huge improvements to writing/reading as well. The one food I do allow myself that isn't on her list is chocolate(75% or higher) or cocoa. I have not had any problems with it. I have on occasion eaten other foods off the diet and my pain symptoms would return within 24hours. I think this diet has to be a lifetime commitment, but if you have serious problems, it is worth the trouble.