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But Elijah, the soup man, won't stop talking about the social contract and asking Paul questions about heavy-duty things. He'd rather hang out with Keisha, an unwed teen mom whose basketball skills rival his own. Paul is both intrigued and intimidated by Sly and his conspiracy theories, and for once he starts contemplating how you really get ahead in life.

(500ml) which would make the same isotonic drink used by NASA in their studies.

However, many athletes have told us that they are putting it in their sports bottle which is typically 20-24 oz (590-710ml).

A: If you have high blood pressure or hypertension, you should discuss your training program with your healthcare professional before using The Right Stuff.

However, while The Right Stuff does contain sodium, it is at levels similar to many many foods including: A: The minimum recommended dilution is 16 oz.

I knew I didn’t need a relationship to make me feel good about myself because I was already doing that on my own!

A provocative new novel from the national ambassador for young people's literature and the New York Times bestselling author of Monster Who's on top of the social food chain? As the talk of what-ifs turns into reality, Paul realizes his summer is about more than getting by—it's about taking charge of your life.

A: Endurance and collegiate/professional athletes will be most sensitive to noticing the benefits associated with using the Right Stuff.

However, anyone that suffers from dehydration, whether from exercise, sun and heat exposure or other causes like jet-lag, altitude sickness and too much alcohol will also get valuable benefits from using The Right Stuff.

I also struggled a bit with the fact that nothing much happened beyond countless conversations about the social contract.

Until the last third of the book when the concept became truly personal for Paul, it was hard to maintain interest.

The conflict is internal, and the same themes of social contract are discussed at every opportunity.