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- badguy45 - Got me a date in ten days!!!Worth the money. Reading this isn't just for a few tips on how to pick up chicks. More like the beginning of a fun filled adventure through the world of pick up. Also includes numerous tips on improving your life in general since it's all connected. Neil has a way of putting things into a perspective that will show you both the wonders and dangers of dating women. I completed the challenge in 10 days. Meaning on day 10 I got a date! It wasn't easy but this book will help you figure out how. You shouldn't take my word for it though, instead you should test it out for yourself and see the results.
- C. Thomas - Works for meI bought the book about a year ago when the psoriasis I'd had for years on my scalp started creeping onto my face and plaques were starting to form all over my body (breasts, tummy, back, side, etc.)
I knew from experience that the topical steroids didn't do diddly for me (I actually had my scalp shaved so that I could get the cream to the plaques and watch for improvements.) Three different creams, all of the prescription medications and over the counter tar soap didn't do anything. I itched like fury, and felt totally greasy and flaky at the same time.
After my hair grew out again, I left it alone and just tried not to scratch at it, until it started spreading even more.
I was initially skeptical of the book (plus I'm cheap) so I didn't do all the things suggested, I just ate the way he advised and drank chamomile tea occasionally. The results were very clear and fast though; my psoriasis plaques flattened, turned paler, and then the newest plaques all faded away. Unfortunately, I started going out to eat with my boyfriend again and eating pizza, which halted the improvements to the thicker, older plaques on my scalp.
Lately I'd been eating especially bad for psoriasis, lots of tomatoes and beef, and I got a plaque on my lower eyelid that made blinking painful. So I'm back on his meal plans, and once again the ones I can monitor are fading away nicely. It seems to help a lot to exercise enough to sweat also; the first time I had some flare up before improvement, but none this time when I started it along with my longer standing walking program.