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It Feels Good to Feel Good!

Friday, January 24, 2020

It's been a hit and miss restart, but I haven't given up. Today is five in a row!

A lot of things since I restarted, including a bout of food poisoning that almost landed me in the hospital. I can't say I've never been that sick, once when I was a teen I was very sick. Luckily, I only was out for about a week.

When I jumped back on the wagon, I was pushing 290 pounds, my back was a constant ache, and at times a severe ache to the point of not being able to stand or walk for more than ten minutes without having to sit again.

I did come across some information in an add about Leaky Gut Syndrome that sounded exactly like what I was experiencing and had been suffering for about seven or more years now. I did some research on the condition and on the supplements offered in the add and decided to try it for a month, since it's quite expensive.

I finally received it last week, the day I got sick, so I hadn't given it a try until this week. I have been taking it since Tuesday and I cannot believe the difference. I not only feel better, but my back is feeling so much better than it has in almost a year, and I have more energy than I have in quite a few years. I've also noticed I'm in a better mood, have clearer focus and I'm sleeping better. I'm going to continue monitoring the difference, and if they are the same or have increased, I'll be ordering another bottle.

I have found a similar product for less than half the price that is supposed to do the same thing and has the same main ingredients, but it does not have all the other supplements, but I may still order and try it. If I find I'm slipping back, I'll return to the product I'm taking now.

I forgot how well it feels to feel good!
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