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Two years of almost every day use, and still going strong. I do think it hold heat better than glass, and it doesn't get too hot too the touch. Little more due to being metal, but it will withstand heavy use: (stainless steel french press coffee maker, 34oz, double wall insulated espresso & tea maker [link])
Sorry for your loss. I used to own several Bodum presses, but I switched to Aeropress for daily use (mostly due to ease of cleaning). For larger amounts, I bought a stainless steel press from Kuissential. Looks great, performs even better. Check it out:
I bought this for a two week RV trip and I'm in love: [link]
I poured boiling water into it from the whistling kettle and it was fine. Plus the bottom never gets hot so you can pour it anywhere.
We bought this for $30 after struggling with a glass french press. It's been over a year now and it still looks brand new. If it broke somehow (which I can't see happening), I'd get another one in a second. Looks nice too.
Also it's only $22 or so now
Keurig? Like K-Cups? Don't! Get normal coffee. Not plastic ridden cup things. Normal beans or Normal pre-ground beans plus this [link]
All you need for good coffee (I used to work at a coffee company -- Learned a lot about coffee in general). I serviced the coffee machines as well as the espresso machines. The press is as good as you're gonna get for coffee unless you drop like $10k-$29k on an espresso machine. Lol.
Pizza ftw! So, for diet regardless if you do keto or something else. You're gonna end up not eating carbs or sugar coz that shit is poison. I'm on keto right now because of the wife, but I noticed before doing keto I cut out carbs and sugar. I felt WAAAAAAAY better. Again what you need is in you. I don't think you really need supps unless they directly help you heal. Like BPC-157&TB-500 injected around your injured areas (those are peptides that heal your body).
Just IMO...... this shit will take time. I am sorry you are hurt like that. One of the previous people I talk about it happened to him when he was in his 40s and he works construction. It actually happened on the job. He just got to resting, working out like I said... and he's fine. He carries around his 100-200 pounds of gear all over all day and works still.. in construction.