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I am working really hard trying to study for the GRE. There are errors in this book and on the CD-ROM. In one of the sample tests it marked my answer incorrect, yet in the explanation my answer was, indeed, correct. I found some of the math review to be truly unhelpful. It is a good general overview of the structure of the exam (more on that after I actually take the exam, but it seems like that info is correct), and the verbal practice tests in the book are good.
Let me begin with the first few ingredients of this serum: water, hyaluronic acid, witch-hazel, glycerin, aloe and retinal. Others that follow are jojoba oil and vitamin E with green tea in it also. This product has such great ingredients all at the top of the list that it has to be effective. It has no fragrance added and is a little thicker in consistency than a lot of other serums that I have tried. I like my serums to be a little bit thicker and not running all over the place because they are easier to apply that way and just feel more substantial. Most retinol products have this smell to it and I'm not sure it is the retinal that smells that way or the added ingredients like the witch hazel but it's not an off-putting smell, just smells like good skin care. I received this product at a discounted rate for my honest review.
great product. we used this as an adapter to the BOB jogging stroller when baby was younger to attach her car seat to it. the product works great.
This is an exceptionally comprehensive detox. I learned a tremendous amount about the food I eat and how it affects me physically. I loved that it included chapters on mental and spiritual cleansing as well as physical. I enjoyed several of the recipes and still use them even though I won't do this diet again (unless I find a sugar daddy--pardon the use of "sugar." lol). My one suggestion to the publisher would be that they include a workbook along with the book itself. It was tiresome flipping back and forth from shopping lists and recipes to the daily "pep talk" and journal questions. That said, (and this is where I wholeheartedly agree with other reviewers) this is a VERY EXPENSIVE and TIME CONSUMING process. I know Dr. Hyman suggests that the trade off in healthy food pays for itself but I'm afraid not everyone can afford it even after factoring that in. [I could only buy a quarter of the supplements and that was my entire food budget for a month.] I live alone and took some time off to do this cleanse and ALL I did was cook and clean up afterwards. [Thank goodness for the detox soak--my favorite part.] Also, be aware that when you sign up for "support" you will be inundated with e-mails that want you to buy more stuff. [Ugh.] One final note: if you decide to do this, DO follow his advice on prep, particularly about weening off certain chemicals. You will go through a lot of changes and you'll survive it much better if you don't feel it all at once. :) OK. One more thing: Even though most of his suggestions are financially unsustainable for a person like me, the gradual difference I'm making in what goes in my pantry (and my body) and the information was worth the price of the book--ultimately.