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I started feeling like something was wrong with my digestive system in my early 20s and then suffered from pain and gas for about the next 10 years. I tried everything that I could think of; eliminating certain foods, dairy, soy, tried not mixing certain foods, and tried many probiotics and fibers. Some things seemed to help a little, but I would have good weeks and bad. Lately I have realized that I feel normal and haven't had a stomach ache or gas for maybe the past year. I take 1 Align every morning (for about the past 3 years), I mix chia seeds into my yogurt (for the past 6 months), I eat 1/3 cup of All Bran Buds on my yogurt every morning, and I take a green tea pill every morning to reduce water retention. I'm not sure whether it is all of these factors or one of them that helps me, but I'm sticking with them all, just in case. Best of luck to everyone with digestive problems.
I purchased this pack after hearing about getting a smaller kids sized Camelbak Mini Mule system. Problem was that the kids Camelbak was nearly twice as much. I figured that since this carried the same amount of water (50 oz), it must be a similar size. I was right. This fit my son perfectly for a recent Cub Scout outing. He is a Weblo now and is camping on his own. This was a great price and a perfect system for him. My wife has also worn it and commented that for her petite size, it was also perfect. This Camelbak will carry your keys, a small snack or granola/power bar. I stuffed my son's contact "if in an emergency" information between the bladder and the back in a ziploc bag, so there's other room in there if you get creative.
MAKE SURE you wash the bladder and do an overnight soak with 10-15 oz of vinegar - yes vinegar. Pour the vinegar into the bladder, squeeze it out the mouth tube and clear out all air by carefully purging the bladder. It will clear out the "plastic-y" taste once it is rinsed out the day after. Also MAKE SURE you empty, rinse, wash, whatever and air out the bladder and mouth tube before storing away or you will have mold/mildew setting in. The rubber bite valve will come off if you are patient and slowly rotate it while working it off. Clean this part as well.
This is our first Camelbak backpack and we love it!
By the way, the Camelbak insulated water bottle is also an incredible item. It fits perfectly in a bike cage and keeps iced water cool for hours.