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  • Purple Biker - I have been wanting to order this book for a few weeks now!

    This book is the 3rd in a serries and is an excellent book! You really need to read the first 2 books in order to understand this one, but the whole series is a hard to put the book down type, intense, adventure & romance along with time-travel! A historical novel that takes starts in Scotland 1942 & Scotland 1742, read the series to find out more! :)

  • Dr. Sarfraz Zaidi M.D. - Sarfraz Zaidi, MD

    I am a physician specializing in Internal Medicine, Diabetes and Endocrinology. Four years ago, I contracted a combination of Ulcerative Colitis and Clostridium difficile ( C.diff.) colitis. Over a period of one year, I went thru three colonoscopies, three gastroenterologists, two infectious disease specialists and one internist. Nothing worked!I was first given Flagyl in high doses which did not work, then oral Vancomycin and probiotics for almost a year but my symptoms continued. Asacol and other similar medications did not work either. I also tried alternative medicine remedies but none of them worked. After a weight loss of about 30 Lbs, I got in such bad shape that I was hospitalized at one of the best IBD hospitals in the world. A week later,I was sent home on high dose steroids which partially helped my symptoms but I still continued to have frequent bowel movements mixed with blood and mucus, cramping and gas.

    At this juncture, my gastroenterologist gave me the option to go on more toxic drugs such as 6 MP, or Cyclosporin. I knew the terrible potential side-effects from these drugs. So,I decided not to take either one of them. In stead, my wife did a lot of research on the internet. My gut feeling was that Diet has a lot to do with my illness. So my wife searched for a diet that would make sense. ( I could not even sit for any prolonged period of time ). In this pursuit she came across "Breaking the Vicious Cycle." This book made perfect medical sense to me. Therefore, I placed my self on this diet. I started seeing some results within a few days. A couple of months later, I was somewhat better but was still having symptoms.

    During this time,I went thru a complete spiritual/psychological transformation after reading books by Eckhart Tolle and J. Krishnamurti. I got in touch with my inner true self and started to live my life, by living in the Now, in stead of worrynig about "what if." I realized the real true me is the essence behind my body and is never threatened. It is the conditioned self that gets threatened and becomes fearful. With this realization, I felt an incredible inner peace, although I was still having symptoms of bloody diarrhes, gas and cramping.

    Then I came across an article in a medical journal. This researcher from Australia had treated several of his Ulcerative colitis patients with stool enema from a healthy donor and all of them were cured of their Ulcerative colitis. The results sounded too good to be true. But his approach made perfect medical sense. Like Elaine, he believed the root cause of any chronic colitis is the abnormal bacterial flora in the intestines. And stool enema from a healthy donor is the best way to normalize the bacterial flora. I was convinced this was the way to go for me. Therefore, I followed the protocol this doctor had described in the article. With the help of my loving wife, I underwent donor stool enema at home. The day after the first enema, I saw normal stools for the first time in over a year. I was ecstatic! It sounds crazy but if you are a chronic sufferer of colitis, you will understand why I was so thrilled. I continued to follow the specific carbohydrate diet that Elaine has described in "Breaking the vicious cycle." And continued to live in the now, free of my conditioned self. Gradually all of my symptoms resolved over one year. For the last two years, I am completely symptom-free, back to my normal weight and pursue all of my activities including a busy medical practice. I have more energy now than I ever did. Transformed, yes I am. I live in the Now and stay free of my conditioned self, the source of all sttress.I am enjoying every moment of living!

    During this time, I also found that my Vitamin D level was quite low. I started to take vitamin D supplement. For the last two years I take Vitamin D3, 10,000 I.U. per day.

    I believe my recovery from a double-dose of colitis is due to the combination of the Diet described in this book, my spiritual awakening, donor stool enema and vitamin D supplementation. I recommend this approach to anyone with chronic colitis. But please, do not stop your medications without the blessings from your physician.

    Since my illness, I have written two books, "Take Charge of Your Diabetes" and " Power of Vitamin D." And the third book, titled "Stress Free" based on my own personal awakening, is in the print and should be available very soon. I have also dedicated myself to educate the public about the important health issues thru my website,. This review is a part of my mission to spread the useful information.

    Power of Vitamin D: A Vitamin D Book That Contains the Most Comprehensive and Useful Information on Vitamin D Deficiency, Vitamin D Level

  • Jonathan Steinmann - better performance

    I'm sure you already know the deal with this OS by now. Traditionalists will loath it at first because it's different, and casual users will love it because it's easier.

    Yes, there's no start button, but you can live without it (even if you couldn't, there are already ways to add it back). Yes, it defaults to metro screen on launch, but for quick access to the most common apps people use, certainly makes it fast and easy to use.

    There's a nice performance boost that you have to like, and that alone is a factor I'm considering. For devs, this move that MS has made is brilliant. Whether developing for the web, OS, or phone, you have one platform for development that does it all.

    Now, you could make the argument that this OS is a little ahead of it's time, and you're probably right, but clearly this is the direction all OS will be going in the future. It's about touch displays, interactivity, unifying your device interfaces and experiences, and all of the big players are doing this. Do you think Surface is an iPad competitor? It's not... it's the direction computing is going. It's full blown OS on touch screen devices throughout your home, whether handhelds, smartbooks, tablets, or other user interface devices. Desktops will be looked at like we do computers from 30 years ago.

    I say, just bite the bullet and join the crowd for your personal computing needs. For business computing, I'd recommend you stick with Windows 7 for now, but for personal computing, there is no reason to not upgrade other than you hate change and can't take a little time, or have the ability, to learn the new OS features. I personally can adapt to anything quickly, so change doesn't bother me. Other people still want to run Windows XP and IE6 if they could, and to those people I just roll my eyes.

    MS is moving everyone into the future, today.