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As a runner, I have been evaluating many different nutritional supplements and have not until now found one that had a great balance of nutrition with great flavor. Lean1 has a roughly 30-40-30 fat to protein to carbohydrate ratio along with fiber to help satisfy hunger. It has a proprietary whey protein blend base like many other nutritional supplements but also includes a great blend of fruits and vegetables for added nutrition which I have not seen in other products. I have also found that Lean1 tastes a lot better than other popular protein shakes. My personal favorite is the chocolate flavor but I have tried all available flavors and they are also very good.
First off, we have had issues getting high speed internet service to our home for years (we live in the country) and switched back and forth trying to find an internet provider that worked. We finally received stable service at about 25 Mbps +. We consistently received the 25 when wired connection but WiFi was a different story. We are overloaded with devices: 3 desktop computers, 3 laptops, 4 smartphones, 3 game systems, you get the idea! Speeds when connected on WiFi would range from 10-15 Mbs to less than 1 and would buffer and stall depending on your location in the house. Everyone in my family was frustrated, I tried fancy routers, extenders, Powerline adapters with limited success.
Our Little One had a lot to deal with in a short amount of time. She was adopted at 14 months and when she was 4 I was diagnosed with cancer and underwent 2 years of treatments. Shortly before this diagnosis, our family had moved away from the only home she could actually remember, to another home, country and province. She lost almost everything that was familiar to her and the only mama she consciously knew was ill. That is a huge burden for anyone. Naturally, she started acting out once I was out of the woods and healing. We tried the total transformation and found it did not work well. We had been consistently implementing age appropriate common sense techniques along with behavior = consequence type parenting methods, complete with tons of love, affection, praise, etc. So, the repetition, disengaging during disrespectful incidents, etc. was nothing new to us. Both her daddy and myself are tenacious and consistent as the day is long and don't take our job of parenting lightly. We were not at all satisfied with this product. When we tried to return it, we too, received the run around. We were told it takes longer than 30 days to see results (but the refund policy is only for 30 days - imagine that). We tried this program consistently for well over 4 months. It was an absolute failure and to make matters worse, the customer service representatives, who were so beautifully helpful on the phone prior to purchasing this product, when I had questions about it, were just plain rude. Every time I attempted to say something or ask a question, I was interrupted, talked over, talked down to and just in general belittled. If you are going to stand behind your product then really stand behind it and practice the virtues you espouse. I personally don't find it respectful at all to be interrupted while I am speaking. I would correct my daughter for doing that, and TT recommends consequences for disrespect. However, the folks working there are disrespectful to their customers. They follow the absolute hard and fast rules of their 30 day money back guarantee policy, but not necessarily the spirit of a money back guarantee. When a customer service rep says give it a little more time, if you're not happy after 2 more months of applying the recommendations call us back and we will refund your money, but then they don't. Well, shame on me for not getting it in writing and shame on them for lying.