It’s the weekend again and time for loads of great healthy living deals!
Sorry that this post is up late on Saturday. I had a busy night yesterday answering comments on the Best Essential Oils Series post and this morning we had a bunch of family stuff!
Read on for the savings and freebies that I hope are a blessing to you and your family!
My source for expeller-pressed coconut oil is having its much-sought-after FREE SHIPPING days – now through midnight EST, Monday, 1/28/13. Use CODE 28113. Right now, at Tropical Traditions, you can also get – Expeller Pressed Coconut Oil – BOGO – $12.50 for 2 16 oz jars This is a great option if you are just starting out with coconut oil and want to get a good deal plus free shipping as well! New to Tropical Traditions? You will get a free book with great info about coconut oil as well as a load of great recipes.
FREE Amazon Books
Here are a bunch of great free Kindle books again. Keep in mind, these books are only free for a short while. If you’re interested in them, download them right away so you don’t miss out! Let the Free reading begin.No Kindle? You can just download Kindle for PC or Mac at Amazon and read this all on your computer! See? Save even more. No need to buy an electronic reading device!
Simplify and Beautify Your Life with Coconut Oil
Container Gardening – Secrets For the No Thumbs Gardener
This “no thumbs” gardener needs all the help she can get .
One Acre Homestead
I like the homesteading concept, but I need a book like this for say…a 1/5 acre . And I don’t think anyone is quite “self-sufficient”. But I like books like this nonetheless.
A – Z of Cooking Herbs
Want to learn more about how to use herbs in your kitchen? This book will help for sure.
Healthy Slow Cooker Recipes
Like I’ve said before. I LOVE my slow cooker. These recipes look good!
What is Quinoa – Everything You Need to Know About Quinoa Recipes
Great information on this great grain. And tempting recipes to boot!
36 Recipes for Pureed Soups
We’ve been eating more soups now that I’ve started making more homemade broth. What a great winter meal! These recipes look great as they are–or add your own ingredients to make your own versions!
Easy Apple Cider Vinegar Recipes
In quickly perusing this book I found a few typos, but I think the recipes look good and we LOVE ACV!
The Top 10 Paleo Diet Foods You Absolutely Need!
Great info on some super healthy foods – regardless of whether you eat a paleo diet or not.
21 Superfoods For the Elderly
It’s really important to take care of yourself at every age. Especially those in the “golden years.”
How to Grow Long Hair with Herbs, Vitamins and Gentle Care
I shared this one on Facebook. Great book with tips and recipes to care for your locks. And make sure you check out my Lilla Rose Review. These clips have helped keep my hair healthier!
19 Lessons on Tea
One of my close friends just invited me to a party to learn about tea….Well, with this book you can host your own! Fascinating!
How to Save Money at Home – A Room by Room Guide to Cut Spending
I LOVE this book. Savings ideas like baking pan substitution guide, how to avoid paper products, how to compost, what foods to spend on for organic…and more!!!
Chicken Raising And Caring: Raising Backyard Chickens for Beginners
Wow – great book! Here’s to our city approving chickens..someday!?!?
Circle of Friends Cookbook – 25 Chili Recipes
A few of these call for processed ingredients, but most are whole-foodie friendly – chili is one of our favorite dishes!
Paleo Aficionado Dinner Recipe Cookbook
I’ve shared this one before. Definitely some great recipes in here!
Naturally Knocked Up
$35 in Freebies with Purchase!
My friend, Donielle Baker (really, I do know her–she is in a local blogging group with me ), has put together a fabulous deal for anyone wanting to learn more about fertility–or for all women who want a healthier life (that’s all of us, right?) Our fertility is tied strongly to our health.
If you aren’t healthy, your fertility can really suffer. Included in the book are: avoiding toxins in our environment, living naturally, exercise and fertility, alternative therapies, what to and what not to eat, the effect of stress on your fertility and recipes and instructions for a “perfect” fertility diet.Now through Monday, January 28, you can get $35 in free ebooks when you order ” href=”http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/1938206037/ref=as_li_tf_tl?ie=UTF8&camp=1789&creative=9325&creativeASIN=1938206037&linkCode=as2&tag=whnemo-20″ target=”_blank”>Naturally Knocked Up\ from Amazon or Vintage Remedies. And if you already have the book, you can email her to get the freebies as well!
Here are the freebies:
Printable Recipe Pages
All the recipes you’ll find in the book, PLUS printouts of the recipes that got cut from the original manuscript because it was getting to long! These extra pages include plenty of fabulous how-to’s and incredible recipes from some of my favorite “real food” and natural living friends.
Sample menu plans to give you an idea of what your “fertility diet” could look like.
Fertility Foods Checklist
A basic nutritional recommendation list to start making sure you get in all the nutrients your body needs. Put it up on the fridge and mark it off as you go through the week.
FREE Premium Fertility Flower membership for one month!
Fertility Flower is a website that helps couples grow their families, or practice natural birth control, using the sympto-thermal method. Unique features of Fertility Flower: it offers a unique way of displaying the primary fertility signs in one charting space that emphasizes the relationship between them, allows for cycle comparisons with chart overlay and is a fully mobile natural family planning website (unlike abbreviated mobile apps which offer limited capability).
Herbal Nurturing ebook by Michele Augur of www.FrugalGranola.com
As a “friend along the journey,” this 44-page book walks you through preparing basic herbal remedies for you and your family, from childbirth to arthritis, and everything in between! Naturally prepare for cold/flu season, PMS, headaches, sunburns, postpartum, tummy aches, rashes, and more with over 30 recipes, additional homeopathic suggestions, and healthy-living tips.
Week-by-Week Guide to Your Pregnancy ebook by Angela England of http://untrainedhousewife.com
What changes should a woman expect during her pregnancy? How does the baby grow each week? This pregnancy development ebook will answer all those questions, and more. Not only does A Weekly Guide to Pregnancy cover each week’s changes for both mother and baby, but the book also includes some bonus material including morning sickness, easing back pain, and other pregnancy complaints. Over 60 pages of week-by-week information at your fingertips.
A value of $4.97!
Angela is also the author of Backyard Farming and 30 Days to Make, Market, and Sell a Fabulous Ebook.
Beyond Grain & Dairy, and ebook by Starlene Stewart of GAPS Diet Journey
When you’ve been told you can no longer eat gluten, grains and dairy, it might seem there is nothing left to eat. Beyond Grain & Dairy is a recipe book with 113 delicious recipes made with real food which will show you that there is plenty of delicious food. There is no need to feel deprived, move Beyond Grain & Dairy and you may feel better than you have in your whole life.
A value of $17.00!
The Kitchen Herbal by Jessie Hawkins (digital addition) of Vintage Remedies
Herbs and spices have been used medicinally since antiquity, but not in the capsules and preparations we use today. Traditionally, the line between food and medicine was blurred, as many functional foods served as medicine, and many medicinal herbals were taken with food. This leads to an explosion in flavor possibilities that will please the palate while boosting wellness. In this book, Jessie Hawkins explores eighteen traditional culinary herbs. You will learn how to cultivate them, harvest and store them, and how to add them to your table. She covers the nutritional and medicinal use of each herb, then provides recipes and tips on pairing flavors for maximum taste. This delightful book combines food, health and wellness in a fun and enjoyable culinary experience.
A value of $4.95!
Jessie Hawkins is also the author of Handbook of Vintage Remedies and Guide to Bread: Unlocking the Mysteries of Grains, Gluten and Yeast.
Sugar Detox Challenge ebook
Addicted to sugar? Or maybe you’re just looking for ways to reduce the amount you regularly eat. This ebook will walk you through 8 weeks of cutting out sugar from your diet. Whether you’re just starting on your journey to ‘real’ and natural foods, or you’ve been on this road for some time and just need a bit of encouragement, this ebook is for you!
Is Your Flour Wet? ebook
A multiple blogger project I’m involved in, put together by Katie of Kitchen Stewardship. A guide to soaked, sprouted, and fermented baked goods with plenty of recipes. You’ll learn the reasons behind why you’d want to prepare your grains this way and also gain tutorials on how to do it properly. The recipes have been contributed by other bloggers who have worked to make sure they’re both tasty and nutritious.
To get access to these AMAZING freebies worth over $35.00, just email Donielle at assistant AT naturallyknockedup.com (replace the AT with the @ symbol) with either your e-receipt forwarded from Amazon or Vintage Remedies showing you purchased this book in paperback OR a photo of the book in your possession. As an added bonus, this offer also applies to everyone who has previously ordered a paperback copy of the book!
Buy 3 Get One FREE! Lilla Rose
Now through the end of January, you can get ONE FREE CLIP worth up to $15 when you buy three. Think Lilla Rose clips are just cutesy clips for ladies with super long hair? Think again and read my Lilla Rose Review. I thought I wouldn’t like them either, but I wear them every day now .
Just email me with the details of your purchase and I will mail you a certificate for your free clip!
Hope these bargains help you stretch your healthy living dollars.
Have a great rest of the weekend and I’ll see you next week!
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