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I've tried half a dozen probiotics before finally giving in and trying Align. I avoided it because it's so damn expensive and I thought it was just a big corporation jumping on the probiotic bandwagon. It's also just one strain so I figured some of the multi strain ones would be better. Turns out this is the best one I've tried. The only other one that had such an immediate and obvious effect is the Digestive Advantage brand. But ultimately DA made me a little constipated and just didn't feel quite right. By all means give it a try if money is an issue since it's much cheaper than Align. I also tried Culturelle which is ok but not nearly as spectacular as Align. Align not only reduces gas but makes it less malodorous. I noticed it working within 24 hours. I can't believe such a tiny pill can make a difference. I've been on it about a month. Last week I started drinking Goodbelly probiotics too. They sell it in the yogurt section and this stuff kicks ass too. With Align and Goodbelly combinded, I'm having WAY less gas. This is awesome.
This product is absolute crap. Don't waste your money on these sugar pills, go to your Doctor and get the real help you are looking for.
I purchased this item to use during my recovery from total ankle reconstruction. I had to be completely non-weightbearing on that leg for a month, followed by a month of partial weightbearing. Crutches were not a viable option for full-time use as I needed at least one hand free for tasks such as meal prep. This item seemed like the best choice. I had high hopes and eagerly tried it out prior to the surgery. It was a little scary, to be honest. I am a petite gal and this thing just felt so bulky and unwieldy from the get-go. The upper part pivoted around that tiny foot in a difficult-to-control manner, making it seem wobbly, and the weight of the apparatus made it somewhat of a challenge to lift with just my hip/leg muscles. I never really felt safe on it despite watching several videos produced by the manufacturer and practicing the techniques contained therein. In fact, the one time I wore the device for an extended period, there was an incident when that pivoting action occurred and I landed HARD on my non-weightbearing foot as I fell backward on a sidewalk. That was it for me and the iWalk 2.0. I switched to a knee scooter after that. I should add that I am a fairly athletic person and in fact had the surgery for a sports-related injury; balance and coordination are not normally problematic for me.
Smooth but not slippery with attractive white look. Simple and cute case that doesn't attract finger prints. Its a perfect case, very flexible so it should be easy to put on the phone as well as taking it off
Just opened mine up. It doesn't seem well made but it works surprisingly well. My husband and I actually get a few hours without our 3 year-old and I wanted to chill my champagne ASAP. I was worried that it wouldn't get cold enough. The bottle was too wide to rest on the rotating coil, but damn if I was going to let that stop me!. I ran it through one cycle of "wine, no spin". I wanted to make sure it was cold enough to open so it wouldn't spooge when I opened it. So I flip it over and ran it on "bottle, spin" for a total of 16 minutes. I dried the bottle off. Took it to the sink, doubting it would be cold enough. But hallelujah! Pop and no spooge! Hooray!
Rick Steves' continues his efforts to make Spain travel accessible to those who want to stretch their wings and explore. He does a good job of giving basic travel information and then highlights the sights and how to maximize vacation travel time. Since I've read so many of his guide, I am finding much redundancy as the same information is contaied in all his books. Good for those reading one book, a little boring for those of us who have really bought in and are reading multiple books.