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It is a lot stronger than I expected.Since I have a problem with floor exercises this gives me a chance to exercise at home as often as I want,even during watching TV.
I used this product to remove a small to medium sized skin tag. It was the grossest thing I've ever done in my life , but it worked. It probably wasn't the best method, but it froze the tag enough to where it killed the skin cells. I was hoping it would freeze enough where I could rip it off easily. Let's just say I had to resort to scissors.....
I just received this tablet today, and so far I am very impressed. The screen is clear and sharp. The UI is very snappy and responsive. It seems to be an exceptional deal at the price I paid. My only concern so far is the amount of bloatware that comes preinstalled. I have owned many Asus laptops, and this is just something they do. I am pretty happy with the purchase.
I've had an opportunity to use Office 2010 Beta edition for a couple of months now and now that I see the full, final, edition I can say that this is a very worthwhile upgrade, except or Publisher. First things first, I am not a techie. I am someone who uses Word, Excel and PowerPoint on a very regular basis, who really liked some of the changes in Office 2007 but who thought some things needed tweaking, so when given the opportunity for the beta edition I jumped on it and have not been disappointed. Office 2010 is to Office 2007 what Windows 7 was to Vista; that is, there are not many breakthrough, drastically different features, but a whole lot of polishing and cleanup to make it easier and more efficient. Overall, the program seems to run faster, incorporates many of the most commonly used options and makes them more accessible (eliminating many dialog boxes and tabs) and allows for more customization.
-Content-Covered quite a bit that would need to be known for a GRE test taker. It had a lot of information in it.
I am using this stuff to get waxy build-up off my laminate floor literally while I am writing this review. I still have a bit of work ahead of me.
I have several problems with this book. A number of foods on Jorge's Belly Good list are actually foods that have a high glycemic index, even though they have little or no added sugar, i.e., Shredded Wheat, crackers, Cheerios, to name a few. And on the other hand he lists several foods on his Belly Bad list that are actually quite low on the glycemic index, such as MILK!!!, yogurt, and frosted flakes. The book THE GLUCOSE REVOLUTION explains the science behind the glycemic index and how many foods with sugar are okay to eat because they break down very slowly in the body, meaning they have a low glycemic index. Dr. Andrew Weil praised THE GLUCOSE REVOLUTION, and he also praises THE BELLY FAT CURE. Yet these two books are not in keeping with each other at all. Explain how he can support both books? One more problem with the BFC book is that Jorge implies that you can eat as much as you want as long as you stick with the sugar/carb rule, but yet he tells you to follow his weekly menus which are on the skimpy side if you ask me. One more thing, the sweetener stevia made me very ill!