Woot! The Ultimate Healthy Living Bundle returns and it is better than ever. It includes 86 great ebooks and a bunch of other goodies. As a big reader and huge ebook fan I am mostly excited about the books. I have a tablet and I loooove to use it to read my vast collection of ebooks. I can literally take hundreds of books with me at any given time. I just store them in the cloud (Dropbox) and I can read them anywhere. So of course whenever I can add a large amount for an itsy bitsy price…I jump at the opportunity.
In this bundle I am excited about…
High Protein, No Powder: Protein Bars and Smoothies Made with Real Food
The Breakfast Revolution
Easy and Healthy Slow Cooker Recipes
Steeped: Simple Nourishing Teas and Treats
Baking with Quinoa
Weeding Out Wheat
Herbal Adventures: A Pocket Guide of Seasonal Natural Remedies
Energy Explosion: A 7 Day Guide to Jump Start Your Energy
From Garbage to Gourmet
If you are looking to add to your reading library and score a great deal I highly recommend this bundle. Enjoy!
I have made no secret hat I am a die hard ebook lover. I love buying books on Amazon and I love buying them from various bloggers and authors direct. I am addicted to leaning I guess. It is what makes life worth living, the fact that we can keep growing, learning, and evolving. If I could I would be back in college racking up the degrees and taking classes for fun but since that is too spendy…this will have to do. I will learn from life life and from others who are out there living and learning.
The Harvest Your Health bundle particularly appealed to me and I wanted to share it with you. You get $1000 worth of ebooks and goodies for only $37. That should keep me busy through winter at least I reckon.
Click on the banner above or visit this link to see all the books you get but I if you want to know which ones excite me…read a little further.
The Grain Free Lunchbox – I struggle with on the go lunches that are grain free and paleo. You want easy and convenient but not the traditional lunch meat or PB&J sandwiches.
Paleogasm – Ha! Love the name.
Baking With Coconut Flour – Always looking for more coconut flour recipes. I adore the stuff.
Apartment Gardening – Have it and it has some great information and ideas.
Salves Made Simple – I would really like to start making more home beauty products and remedy products such as salves.
I am not vegetarian anymore but I know that many of my readers are so I wanted to share this great deal. I went paleo well over a year ago now, but I used to read and LOVE this magazine in my veggie days. It always has lots of great recipes to keep things fresh and it also has great advice and tips on health and diet in general. I loved the frequency of conversion recipes that make old favorites vegetarian friendly.
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Breast cancer always seem to be at the forefront of the news and media. We are bombarded by the latest research and studies, conflicting information about risk and prevention, environmental causes, instances of “pinkwashing”, and of course the more sensational stuff like Angelina Jolie’s double mastectomy. It is hard to make heads or tails of anything you hear about breast cancer…at least it is for me. What breast cancer news can you trust and actually use?
In many ways my own journey with cancer was a piece of cake in comparison. Colon cancer just isn’t as newsworthy I guess and treatment doesn’t vary too much. Yet lately I have been trying to muddle through the data and the latest information regarding breast cancer because it has touched my life quite intimately. A loved one in my life has inflammatory breast cancer (one of the rarest and deadliest kinds) and of course I have taken to the Internet to read up on it.
When you are going through cancer or someone in your life is you have almost daily questions. Cure rates, treatment options, surgical options, treatment myths, stages, nutrition, side effects, and reducing risk are all things you find yourself wondering about and wanting to research. You also seek out others who are going through what you are. I have come to some pretty eye opening conclusions about breast cancer after my own research and first hand experience as I come along for the ride. My own battle with a different cancer in no way prepared me for the special brand of nasty that is breast cancer. Everything about it is different including treatment. Who knew that there were so many different types chemotherapy? Even for the same type of cancer. Not me.
Lifescript.com is a site I have been visiting often lately. It covers all sorts of health topics for women but their sections on various cancers are pretty helpful. It is hard not to be fearful of breast cancer when you have it in your family, especially when it is that rare cancer with the lowest survival rate. For me though it is empowering to be informed…
Articles on Breast Cancer from Lifescript:
Alternative Therapies for Breast Cancer
Could Your Moisturizer Cause Breast Cancer?
Are Antiperspirants Safe?
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This weekend only get the awesome Kindle version of the book The Family Camping Handbook: Real Food in the Big Woods written by Katie of Kitchen Stewardship, absolutely free. It’s an awesome book and I highly recommend it if you have trouble coming up with REAL food ideas when you go camping or traveling.
What are some of the common camping foods? Canned beans, ramen noodles, hotdogs and white bread buns, pop tarts??? We cannot buy those easy but nutritionally devoid items and call them food. This book gives us some great alternatives that are just as easy to cook up while camping and yet they are actually food. Enjoy!