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    ALLONE

    I ordered two weeks ago from a local health food store and it still has not arrived. What is everyone's impressions regarding this supplement?

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    ALLONE

    Personally I like it because it gives me the opportunity to take a lot of supplements (twenty some odd pills) at one time....I usually buy it at vitacost because I found that their price is the lowest I've found.

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    I bought it from vitacost too, it was much cheaper...however i took it everyday for about a month, and I almost felt like i wanted to drink more....wierd....so i stopped taking it...and i feel okay, so I dont know if it was all in my head or what. I am going to attept to take it again in another week or two...and see if anything happens. I saw another thread somehwere on here saying if you eat a lot of protein then the amino acids in the powder will conflict with the ones you are already eating....i have no idea.

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    All One

    As popeye said, All One provides most everything you need in a single supplement. tons of vitamins and minerals.

    Personally, I decided against it because I am a meat eater and don't think I need all the amino acids in the mix (I eat protein at almost every meal and throughout the day as snacks) and thought I could get something cheaper. I am now taking a multivitamin and mineral supplement targeted for women with lots of B vitamins ($12), plus a supplement for vitamin D/calcium/magnesium ($10) - three in one. All One costs $30 a month at my local health shop. however, I read that you can get all one cheaper online.

    The other factor to consider is that All One is a powder so you need to mix it up every day. And if you are male, you need to get one without iron. and if you have food sensitivities (like milk allergy), maybe get rice based All One.

    I definitely think it's good to take supplements. When you drink a lot it is easy to become nutritionally deficient. Becoming healthier can only help you and you feel good taking better care of yourself, which supports abstinence.

    Look at your own diet and decide which supplement is best for you.

    Also, look at the research threads and read about Seven Steps to Sobriety information. Lots on nutrition there.

    Good luck.

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    I chose to not get AllOne because I have lots of supps already. I take a very good multi, extra b complex, c, fish oil caps. Also I make a smoothie in the mornings with frozen berries, soy milk, an awesome green powder (Miracle Greens), Hemp protein powder (full of aminos, EFAs and fiber) and ground flax seeds. I figure I've got it pretty well rounded as it is.

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    I just got the AllOne from the Hi-Health store close to me. It was 30-something dollars. Kinda steep, but I figured I would try all the supps as recommended in the MWO program for the first month (except I am eliminating the Kudzu and using Naltrexone instead of Topamax - just a couple personal modifications based on what I am comfortable with and what I think I need). I think its good to review the whole list recommended by MWO and then modify it based on your own personal needs.

    For me, the AllOne I think makes a lot of sense. I've been dieting (on WW) for a long time now and don't get nearly as much meat as I'd like. And, I've been short-changing my diet to save points for alcohol (not good!) so even though I eat healthy foods (and a lot of vegies because those are free), I'm probably not eating as much meat, carbs, and healthy fats as I should. I take a multi, but upon reviewing it compared to what is recommended by MWO, it is really lacking most of what is recommended.

    Anyway, I start the supps today (including AllOne) so I'll let you know how it goes. I'm planning to mix the AllOne in some V8 juice (that's what RJ does). I don't eat or drink anything, though, until I have my diet coke in the morning. LOL

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    All One is pretty easy to work into a morning routine. I mix it into a smoothie much like imatree's mix, but I also use whey powder, the strawberry flavor masks the funky taste, with a little dash of Stevia. I tried it once blended with hot coffee and chocolate whey and finished it, but it wasn't ... delicious.

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    Update... I put it in V8 (1 cup) and mixed it in a shaker cup. I couldn't taste it over the V8, but it does have a texture/chalkiness to it. V8 is pulpy enough that its not that noticeable. I think it would go well in a smoothie.

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    I buy the soy bean based ALLONE, and mix it with a little soybean milk, and diet V-8 splash drink. Use a ice cube or two in a cover plastic cup, or martini shaker, and it will help avoid the clumpiness. I think you will be pleased with it.

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    Something new to use your martini shaker for. LOL

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