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This stroller took a chunk out of my arm! I now have a 1 inch scar on my arm from where the stroller frame pinched a section of flesh from my forearm when I was trying to get it snapped into place and unfolded out of my car. Nothing like trying to wrangle your baby out of the car and into a stroller when you're bleeding and injured in a parking lot. Good times! Additionally- This stroller looks "agile" but the wide wheel base on the front wheel actually causes this stroller to jam and not turn easily/ randomly lock up on smooth flat sidewalks. There is also a arched piece of metal that makes up part of the frame that supports the black storage bag underneath and the arch comes up so high that trying to even wedge in a small purse underneath is hard to do- (forget trying to get your diaper bag underneath). This stroller does have a zipping storage bag that hangs under the handle bar, but it is only held in by a narrow band of velcro and not only would it not support much weight, but you wouldn't want to risk putting anything close to a diaper bag weight inside- it would risk tipping or the velcro bag falling off. The handle for this stroller also is small and curved in a way that makes it painful to ever push this with one hand; it hurts your wrists. I have an 8 month old baby and I also felt bad for him in this stroller; the genius who designed it doesn't seem to care about the baby's comfort; there's a black hard plastic piece on their seat back that holds the shoulder harness in place and it hits the baby right in the shoulder blade area- it has a black fabric cover that hides it from view but the fabric is thin and the plastic is hard and uncomfortable- I have no idea why they don't have a padded back on the seat- it's a terrible design. I've never seen another stroller with a hard plastic square that hits the baby's back like this one has. We didn't know about it as we ordered it here on amazon and couldn't feel the seat beforehand. I have no idea why this stroller has so many good reviews! After this experience we went to brick and mortar shops to see what the strollers were like first.
I wasn't sure where exactly I wanted to rate this product. I've gone through almost a whole canister of it. I started drinking it since I wanted to add a little extra green to my diet since I don't really eat a whole lot to begin with. I would probably rate it a 3.5. The taste was weird at first, but I didn't mind it. I just mixed it up with water and downed it. I didn't feel any significant energy boost from it whatsoever, but that wasn't really why I tried it in the first place... though I think with a name "All Day Energy Greens," there should be a little umph packed in there. I wasn't really trying to lose weight, but I do think that this has made some sort of contribution to it happening. It made me more "regular" as far as digestion goes since I felt like I was falling short on that. My biggest concern was the lead content. Not that it was a great amount, but the fact that it existed kind of bothered me. I would have probably gotten it again if it wasn't for that. Today I went to Vitamin World and picked up a canister of Garden of Life's Perfect Food RAW Organic Green Super Food powder to give that a go instead since it has the added probiotics that ADEG falls short on. All in all, not a terrible product, but I've decided to take a different route.
I tested it first on the sensitive inner side of my upper arm after reading the bismuth oxide warning someone posted on this site, but did not have an adverse reaction, so I went ahead and tried it on my face. I was less than impressed. It evened out my skin tone somewhat but also did make my pores look larger. I do not think I will buy it again. I have had better results with drugstore brand foundations (such as L'Oreal's True Match) and I do not think this is worth the price.