Now, I don't know if I can get behind this product. However, it does have my name on it, but obviously, it just doesn't speak to me. The whole notion of an active Dan seems wildly foreign. I am not an active Dan. I'm a lazy Dan. I'm a Dan who will make a pizza, crack open a beer, lie on the couch and watch TV for one, two, or thirty hours. I am an Inactive Dan, and I am happy that way.
Now, I know you're saying, "But, Inactive Dan? How can you say that? This stuff boosts your immune system by packing your digestive tract with blueberry, strawberry or vanilla flavored L. casei bacteria. It's yummy!"
Thanks, but no. Inactive Dan already has a rather excited immune system and actually takes immune-suppressants to keep things from going nutty, crazy bonkers. Drinking this bottle of madness would be like throwing gasoline on an already raging fire. And, if Inactive Dan were a little ambitious, he'd probably see this product's website as a skeptic's shooting gallery for no other reason than the ubiquitous statement "Clinically proven to [insert desired event here]."
Nonetheless, I do wonder if this is at all effective, or if it's just another one of those wildly researched