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This is a great umbrella stroller, all my friends love it too. It is very easy to open and close and is still very stable when being pushed. The seat is great with a very high back. The recline feature does need two hands to adjust, is very handy, and does not move once set. The basket is nicely sized but access is very limited when the seat is reclined, as with all umbrella strollers. The lap belt could be easier to adjust, but once it's set it says put. Pushing this stroller is a dream; I think it is just as good, if not better, than a Maclaren. And a nice bonus, the wheels don't touch the hood when closed, no dirty spots on your stroller. Overall, this is a great stroller and well worth the money.
CeCelia has Ulcerative Colitis of 10 yrs. duration that has progressed from distal proctitis to near universal colitis on her last yearly colonoscopy.
She was having flare ups several times yearly controlled with Prednisone. She usually was on Mesalamine or Azulfidine.
Of course she had the usual cramps and urgency and chronic bleeding (for years) and iron deficiency.
In the Spring 2003 she had a flare despite just ending a 6 wk. Prednisone taper.
She tried Molocure for 2 months but stated that it was ineffective and stopped it.
She then found " The Breaking the Vicious Cycle " low (grain) carbohydrate diet, with homemade yogurt, and fruit. She has religiously stuck to the diet after reading the book.
Although the diet has been tough she has had a rather remarkable and sustained response for 6 months. No bleeding, slight urgency only and solid stools-- she takes Citrucel for the spastic colon now.
She will have another colonoscopy in the next few months and it should be much less inflamed. She encourages everyone to read the book "Breaking the Vicious Cycle".
Hope this helps.
Addendum 2/03/04 Today she had her follow up colonoscopy after ten months of the SCD diet (Breaking the Vicious Cycle). The colonoscopy was entirely NORMAL! The gastroenterologist was visibly suprised. He suggested a repeat colonoscopy in 5 yrs.
PS any suggestions on where to share this story on the web for ulcerative colitis and crohns people?
(The SCD is all-natural and includes meat/fish/chicken, eggs, butter, homemade yogurt, natural cheeses, nuts, honey, fruit, and vegetables. The diet does not include grains, potatoes, rice, various food additives, margarine, sugar, soy, or processed foods. )
Roger Jackson, MD
Daniel Pinchbeck's new book, 2012: The Return of Quetzalcoatl, takes the reader on a mind blowing journey of self discovery and transformation. From the Amazonian rain forest to the gentle hills of England to the streets of New York City, Pinchbeck masterfully articulates his exploration of the process our world is going through and his relationship to it and purpose in it. The book brings together many different areas of inquiry from crop circles to psychedelics to native shamanic practices but they are all weaved together to show the authors process of exploration and unfolding of an increasingly conscious process of self discovery and transformation. I think this book reflects a journey and a process that at some level we are all going through today. For me this book illuminated new areas of exploration that I plan to undertake and enriched my understanding of the global process of transformation that we are in the midst of. I highly recommend this book to anyone on a spiritual journey of discovery or anyone who feels the change that is now happening and wants to deep their understanding of it and find meaning in it.
I wish there was a book club in my area with this book. SO good for anyone who is job searching or just missing something in your life. There are exercises to do that I need someone to do with me to keep me honest but it is a GREAT read for job seekers or "more joy in your life" seekers. Highly recommend this book.
I know Ted Dekker is a very popular Christian author, but I had honestly never read anything by him before. When I saw Kiss, by Ted Dekker and Erin Healy, was available for review on Thomas Nelson Book Review Bloggers I jumped all over it!
From the back cover:
Let me tell you all I know for sure. My name. Shauna.
I woke up in a hospital bed missing six months of my memory. In the room was my loving boyfriend - how could I have forgotten him? - my uncle and my abusive stepmother. Everyone blames me for the tragic car accident that left me near death and my brother brain damaged. But what they say can't be true - can it?
I believe the medicine is doing strange things to my memory. I'm unsure who I can trust and who I should run away from. And I'm starting to remember things I've never known. Things not about me. I think I'm going crazy.
And even worse, I think they want to kill me.
But who? And for what? Is dying for the truth really better than living with a lie?
I had heard that Ted Dekker is like a Christian version of Dean Koontz. I used to read, and love, Dean Koontz books, so I was definitely eager to start this book. Now that I'm done, I can definitely see similarities in the writing styles ... though, of course, Ted Dekker definitely keeps it cleaner and integrates the way to salvation -- at least in this book.
I could have DEFINITELY finished this book A LOT faster if I had given reading a bit more of my time throughout the day ... and if our little blessings hadn't kept me so busy (not at all complaining). I just didn't WANT to put this down once I got going. As a matter of fact, yesterday was Jason's day off and I was able to finish MOST of what I had left of the book ... and finish up the rest during Hannah's nap time today. Wow! REALLY good book! Honestly makes me wanna go and get a couple other Ted Dekker books to check out ... if we had the money right now, that is lol.
If you've never checked out Ted Dekker ... or if you love his books, but haven't read this one ... and you love suspense, thrills, romance, scandals, and even a bit of politics ... well, then you should really check this book out! I'm pretty sure you won't be able to put it down for long either!