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Simply stated, this calendar is awesome. It has adorable ponies that, even though most of them are old character sprites, nonetheless are certain to brighten up your wall. It's quite colorful and adorable. I agree with some of the other reviews saying that the paper is quite thin but what can you really expect for such a low price? I don't write on my calendars so this calendar is perfect for me.
I finally have the confidence to write a review for this book. I was diagnosed with Crohn's colitis while I was in medical school and I was pretty traumatized by the whole experience. Before being diagnosed, I had assisted in operations of Crohn's patients and had seen first-hand how ugly this disease can get. So when I was finally told I had Crohn's, I was very afraid for my future. I started out on mesalamine drugs, but continued to eat the way I used to, which was heavy on grains/candy/processed foods. I had seen one of the most preeminent IBD gastroenterologists in the world and he specifically told me, "I can't see how diet can have anything to do with decreasing inflammation." The drugs worked just for a few months before I started to have problems again. I was put on prednisone and eventually Remicade and had to take time off of school. Fed up with this uncertainty in my life, I searched on the internet for some other way out of this (at this point high doses of prednisone were ravaging my mind and body). I encountered website posts regarding Dr. Wolfgang Lutz book Life without Bread and then came across this book, Breaking the Vicious Cycle (BTVC). I decided to follow the BTVC protocol because it seemed more restrictive so I thought I would get faster results. I was aware of the frightening side effects of Remicade but decided to go through with it too, in combination with the diet.
Overnight I started to strictly adhere to this diet. I put full faith in it. I bought the cook books, the yogurt maker, almond flour, everything. I started to make regular trips to Whole Foods and bought almost all organic produce. Being on Remicade and the SCD in combination made it difficult for me to tell which was working, though I always had a gut feeling (no pun intended) that it was the diet that was the major player. I didn't see significant results until about 4 months into the diet. After those first 4 months until a year, I would have very minor set backs here and there, but they would go away within a few days after I went back to a cooked veggie regimen.
After a year I decided to stop the Remicade infusions and let the chips fall where they may. I speak to you now at 1 year and 6 months on the diet and I have no symptoms of Crohn's and I take no medications. I have never cheated on the diet once. I know better than to claim that the disease is cured, so I'm just saying that it's very much under control and I feel better than ever.
As I am in the medical field, I know there is very little data behind using diet to treat inflammatory bowel disease. After going through this experience, I am convinced that this diet is at least helpful. You have to be very motivated to continue this diet. It's also helpful to keep in mind that some restrictions can be lifted after about 2 years. I highly recommend this protocol to the supermotivated IBD sufferer.
I want to be as honest as I can about my experience on the SCD. I wrote the prior review when I just about 1 yr and 6 months into the diet and now I've been on it for about 5 years. The last year was very rough and I was basically in a flare the whole time. A colonoscopy revealed mild disease in the cecum and rectosigmoid area. Overally the inflammation was downgraded significantly from when I was first diagnosed (disease disappeared in the terminal ileum) but there was still some inflammation hanging around. Ultimately I had to go back on imuran (which caused pancreatitis) and now I'm on humira and doing fine. I still continue the diet because at this point it has become a lifestyle and I do think I would get worse if I went off of it.
Malencia "Cia" Vale desires to be a part of The Testing, but the dangers involved may prove to be more than she and the other candidates can handle in Joelle Charbonneau's The Testing.
Intelligent and kind-hearted, Cia Vale must find a way to put her naivety aside without losing who she is. Her budding relationship with Tomas is sweet, and I enjoyed how they looked out after each other. Cia has a wonderful relationship with her family too. Her brothers were so much fun to read about. Each character added to the story with how they treated The Testing and their fellow candidates. Charbonneau dug deep into their psyche and morality on who would rise above the horrors awaiting them.
The worldbuilding, although reminiscent of The Hunger Games, is complex and well thought out. Charbonneau built the history, the landscape, even how the creatures would've changed. The Testing itself was intriguing at how it starts like an ordinary exam, which turns out to be extraordinary and very dangerous. Each moment in the story speeds along in this well-written novel with plenty of twists and turns.
The Testing by Joelle Charbonneau left me craving for book two.
***I received a copy in exchange for an honest review from NetGalley.***
I was dealing with this type of person at the time, so I purchased the book after seeing parts on a Dr. Phil program. After reading part of it, I was astonished at how it described the person! Of course, not everything applied to the extent mentioned in the book, but much of it did. I realized that, no, it was not ME. But I found that I am the classic type of person that 'baiters' prey on. Having little self esteem and always trying to keep the peace no matter what has set me up for this type. Although some of the advice seems a bit 'extreme,' I can see the value in it. It definitely is a "must have."
I got it paired with the pioneer SP-PK52FS. Its a step down from Denon X2000, but for what its worth its good. Nice low, mid and high range frequencies and the 4k upscaling is quite evident. The only drawback you have is that this dose not have the Audyssey XT (which is layman language means better sound calibration).