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  • Trent Allen "-T Allen" - Product excellent when used properly

    This product is an excellent choice for anyone looking to use a blender to chop everything into tiny tiny bits. It does exactly as it says on the advertisement. It liquifies anything you put in it. Make sure you dont load anything over the line on the cup. If you do, the motor works extra hard and you can smell it heating up. Also, if its too full, it will sometimes come out of the seams because there is so much pressure that has worked up inside. Just be good to your equipment, and it will last you for a long, long time! The large cup is great for items you dont have to blend a lot of large items, more for mixing. It still works great, but again the motor can get a little overheated with the work.

    Excellent product if used within its limits.

  • Jennifer Young - No More Autism: Healing Inside and Out

    How can I find words to describe the miracle that is this diet? Following it has given me back my son in a way I never dreamed possible. Elaine's diet has cured my son's autism and his three year struggle with GI troubles.

    My son Colin, age 4 , has struggled with GI troubles since 11 months old. He had the ROTAvirus, chronic diarrhea, and was constantly on steroids (for asthma) and antibiotics (for ear and lung infections). By age two-and-a-half he was having night terrors every night. By age three, he was labeled "failure to thrive" due to his low weight and height. He was also diagnosed as having developmental delays (Pervasive Development Disorder, ie Autism). He was behind in speech and motor skills...he banged his head and stopped looking at me. My son slipped away from me!

    Everyone had answers for us...the mainstream doctors (neurologists) wanted to give him drugs. The GI doctors thought Colin had "autistic" diarrhea and wouldn't help us. They wouldn't even do a colonoscopy on a child who had struggled with a GI disorder for years.

    The alternative doctors told us to cut out gluten and milk and use high dosages of vitamins. Stopping gluten stopped his night terrors--but his chronic diarrhea and delays continued. In fact, as I became a "gluten-free" cook and branched out to new starches, Colin's symptoms got worse.

    When my son was labeled as having "high functioning autism" at age 3 1/2, God told me to "put Colin first." So I quit my job to save my son. I decided that instead of listening to "experts" in autism, I would listen to my son. I knew he had the answers inside him so I studied him.

    I always knew Colin had a problem with food. His bizarre food cravings as a toddler-milk, cheese, and bread-had been replaced with a craving for gluten free waffles, potatoes, and basically all starches and complex sugars. Some said he was allergic to these foods. But, I knew it was impossible for him to have 30+ allergies. I also knew if food was the problem-somehow it was the answer too.

    I concluded that my son was not autistic, but instead a boy with celiac disease or some other GI disorder. Then, thanks to a former co-worker, who was a Celiac not cured by gluten-free living, I found Elaine's book.

    Within months on Elaine's diet, my son's stools were normal for the first time in his life! Then, he started doing complex pretend play, looking at us, and advancing in ALL AREAS OF DEVELOPMENT. He played with toys appropriately. He voiced his wants, needs, and questions. Oh-the glorious why questions! He started asking me questions about God, about life, about the seasons...and about why his tummy had always been sick. His teachers were amazed. Our family was amazed. We know this diet saved him. We watched it happen before our eyes. No drugs. No expensive behavioral therapies. Just diet.

    I say don't give up. When Colin couldn't digest the fruits and veggies, we cooked them. When he couldn't eat the almond flour-we gave him squash and banana for carbs until he was ready for the nut flours. We didn't do the yoghurt described in the book at first-as Colin gets asthma when he drinks milk. Then, we started using goat's milk yoghurt instead so he could get the good bacteria he needed to heal. If you truly want to get well, there is always a way. But you have to have faith and be patient.

    Today, my son is the picture of health. He has gained 8 pounds and five inches in less than a year! He has a healthy glow. He has normal bowel movements. He has a wonderful appetite too. And now-he has caught up in almost all areas. He has friends! Next year he will be going to a regular preschool. Some doctors and others ask us now if we have "switched" children.

    All this through food.

    The other day I told my son that I was going to help a friend of his start this diet. I was explaining about the yoghurt, almond flour, etc. He said, "Mom, thank you," and threw his arms around me. I said, "For what?"
    "For me Mom. Thank you for me. Thank you for making my tummy better."

    Even Colin knows the power of this diet.

    God bless Elaine for fighting for us all and for helping me save my son!

  • C. Carson - Buying a second copy.

    I'm a volunteer tutor with a local literacy coalition, and I am trained and certified in Basic Orton-Gillingham through the Dyslexic Institute of Indiana. I am so impressed with the Master the GED 2013 (w/CD-Rom) that I am buying a second copy at the direction of an adult learner preparing for the GED. Peterson's Publishing offers far more than the other GED prep books I considered. The CD-ROM offers more sample tests in addition to interactive links to HippoCampus where more learning tools are available. So well done! With Barron's 450 GED flash cards, it's a winning combination. Amazon's prices were about a third of the price listed on the book cover!Master the GED 2013 (w/CD) (Master the Ged (Book & CD-Rom))

  • Desert Reader - School Days: Coming of Age in the mid-20th Century

    This autobiographical book tells the story of a small town boy who had Tom Sawyer-like adventures. He married early, settled down to study, and became a world-reknowned writer and professor at the University of Pittsburgh. It is a great read for anybody who grew up in a small town especially in the mid-1950s.