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- MJK "M. Katasonova" - An oldie, but a goodie. The original lifestyle is still the very best.In 1998, I lost over 50 pounds on the original Atkins Lifestyle diet, the book I am reviewing now. In 2004, after the birth of my child, I needed to lose the 20 pounds that I gained whilst expecting. I went back on the original diet and lost in in about 4 months or less.
The original tried and true Dr. Atkins Diet Revolution allowed me to lose about four pounds to kick the diet off in the first week, gave me a ton of energy, and gradually allowed me to lose the rest of the weight after the introduction without problems or cravings.
I have lived on this diet for nearly 10 years and have never gained back the weight that I had lost (except for expecting a child). It's been easier to maintain weight loss with this lifestyle/diet than any other diet I have been on.
Some people have a very difficult time following the diet. If one is a vegan, this diet will really never work, if one is addicted to processed wheat flour and sugar...there's hope. In about a week one loses that addiction.
This diet/lifestyle has been given a bad name by various groups, physicians and people. I believe that those whom disagree with this diet only focus on the "Induction" period.
Here's a glimpse inside this diet: It's basically knowing how many complex carbohydrates your body can handle on a daily bases (instead of calories) and it's about cutting out all processed foods. It works on the premise that sugar carbohydrates make a person fat, not fat.
I tried the current, Dr. Atkins New Diet Revolution. It is my understanding that this diet was modified by a corporation that purchased Dr. Atkins products and rights when he went into retirement. This diet focuses on promoting their bars, shakes, and other convenient items. I really didn't care for that. Those things slow down one's progress and keep you dependant on convenient foods that really aren't that good for you. I also went on the official Atkins site and joined their message board. There's a lot of very crabby people on that message board. I'm guessing that this new diet isn't working very well for them either.
- SB "Reader Writer" - This really works!My daughter had a terrible sweating problem. It was making her withdrawn, she didn't participate in some things because of the fear of embarrassment, and she had such low self-esteem, thought of herself as "not pretty", etc. this is a serious hardship in a young teen. I felt awful and didn't know how to help her. It broke my heart to see her feeling so bad about herself. She always wore black because the sweat didn't show. She would look at cute clothes and then turn to black or navy because she knew she couldn't wear the light colors. When I realized how bad the problem was and that she had been hiding it, I looked into antipersperants, then medical intervention. the antipersperants did nothing to help. I had a call into a plastic surgeon who also did botox - that's how desperate we were getting. Then I saw this with all the good reviews. It seemed impossible that an OTC product could really work this well. But I thought, it can't hurt to try it. Well, I'll just say this stuff really works! She uses it as directed and it has made a world of difference! I can't tell you how it has changed her outlook on life! She also has a sweating problem on face/head. She read the reviews herself and saw where people were using this product for that as well so she is going to try it. All I can tell you is, give this a try. It is really very inexpensive for the relief you get. It lasts a long time. Good luck to anyone who has this problem. Try this - you really have nothing to lose.
UPDATE May 2013: Just wanted to say we have reordered the product because it works so well for her! I ordered two boxes to make sure she is never without it! I can't tell you how happy I am we found this product!
- jaynee - love love this bookI love the passporter's book. I first bought one in 2007 as a newbie to Disney world travels and it helped me so much. I used it for the next 3 years when scheduling trips to Disney and just bought a new version for my trip the first week of May. Very helpful information, easy to ride, nice pictures, nice guide and great to see the ratings in terms of their opinions (author of the book) compared to the opinions of the general public which I really like to see. I have also purchased and used other books and this one by far is the best out there!
- K. Berglund - My Favorite Album of All Time...ForeverWords can't really say how much I love this album, but I will try anyway.
I was 9 years old when this album came out in 1979. I was only familiar with the single "Another Brick in the Wall, Part 2" at first, and I played the '45 until it cracked (literally). I remember the radio playing the entire album late one night (beginning at midnight) and I stayed up until 1:30 in the morning just to listen to the whole thing. Then, my older brother bought the 8 track tape. As some of you who are familiar with 8 track tapes might remember, if you play the thing too many times, the sound begins to warp. Well, I warped my brothers 8 track of "The Wall" pretty quickly. At that point, I had to resort to going to my friends house to listen to the album (he had the vinyl copy). I didn't get my own copy of "The Wall" on vinyl until my birthday in September of 1980. Hey, I was just a 9 year old kid, I had no money to buy my own copy.
I don't really know what it was about "The Wall" that made me love it so much. Maybe it was all the cool artwork when you opened the record up (something you won't get if you buy the MP3 version). Maybe it was the theatrical nature of the album ("The Trial" was one of the weirdest things I had ever heard). My young ears were blown away. To this day, I can still listen to "The Wall" and never get tired of it.
There are numerous classics on this album. "Another Brick in the Wall, Part 2," "Mother," "Goodbye Blue Sky," "Young Lust," "Hey You," "Comfortably Numb," and "Run Like Hell" are obvious ones. For me, it was "Side 3" of the record that I loved the most. Starting with "Hey You", a beautiful, haunting ballad sung by David Gilmour that builds to an emotional climax with Roger shouting "Don't tell me there's no hope at all! Together we stand, divided we fall!" Next up is "Is There Anybody Out There?" which has one of the most moving, somber acoustic guitar solo I have ever heard. "Nobody Home", "Vera", and "Bring the Boys Back Home" all flow together beautifully, and you can feel real, deep emotion in Roger's vocals. "Comfortably Numb" ended side 3 on the vinyl version, and this song is truly Floyd's masterpeice. The guitar solo at the end ranks as one of the best ever, by any band.
I'll be seeing Roger performing this album later this year. I was too young in 1980 to catch Pink Floyd's performances of The Wall, but I knew people who did go, and I felt so jealous. Now, 30 years later, I will finally get my chance.
- Andy Holdeman - Just what the doctor ordered.This book is everything it advertises. It's plainly written, making it easy to read. It breaks down high-end concepts into manageable steps, and helps you figure out what you want to do with your life, and more importantly, what you're good at. Reading this book and doing the exercises helped me see the job search not as a bleak, terrible monolith, but as an exciting opportunity to better my life.
Like any self-help book, it is only worth as much as you put into it. But unlike other self-help books, this one has practicality beyond philosophy.