Selasa, 11 Disember 2012
please don't !!!
yeahhh . . i know you have a problem . but please ! please , please and please!! don't say like that ! it's too much for me !
Firstly, i hope that i meet you will release my tension, my stress . . with your advice , your laughing, and anything . . but that is so disappointed to me !! i know you have a problem , but maybe that is too much , but i'm also have a problems, but my taste is not like that. . if i have a problem , i will take a few of time to release my tension or just be alone and then try to find out how i want to solve it . . then lastly , i'm back my room with nothing !! hurmmmm . . please . i know you are really stress . but please don't say like that . i'm so sad to hear it anymore !! i love you so much my mom !! isk3 . . :'(
Physician Andrew Weil and nutritionist Jonny Bowden claim that the nutritional and health benefits of MonaVie juice are not proven and that the product is exorbitantly priced relative to more cost-effective conventional polyphenol-rich foods. Weil and Bowden also criticized the product for being sold through multi-level marketing.According to Men's Journal, a nutritional analysis showed that MonaVie Active juice "tested extremely low in anthocyanins and phenolics" and that "even apple juice (which also tested poorly) has more phenolics" The report also noted that "MonaVie’s vitamin C level was 5 times lower than that of Welch’s Grape juice ", a product priced at a fraction of the cost of MonaVie for the same serving volume. Ralph Carson, the original developer of Monavie and the company’s chief science officer cautioned that the juice was "expensive flavored water and that “any claims made are purely hypothetical, unsubstantiated and, quite frankly, bogus,". Carson added "if you were to ask me how much acai is in the product, I do not know."