I know – these Ebook bundles sales are all the rage now, right?
Yep – I’ve got another one to tell you about.
And it’s a goodie.
Well, anything that’s over 95% off is worth a “look see”, right?
Over the next 10 days, the following titles are available for you at over 95% off of their retail prices.
There are 53 titles in this bundle so I will list some and show images of others.
Yes, I said 53. Unbelieveable, huh?
The authors in the group are great (many of them are my “online friends”), and the value of this bundle is
What I’ve done is highlighted some of my favorite products in the bundle with the cover and an outline of what it’s about.
Then, at the bottom of this post there’s a list of all the covered health topics and all the included items.
If you are ready to grab this great offer right now, you can.
And finally, if you buy this bundle through my link, I’ll throw in 10% off your purchase from my Natural Store (essential oils excluded.) There’s some great stuff over there–or you can choose 4 ounces of soap nuts plus a wash bag.
Read more about why I like soap nuts in Why I Don’t Make Laundry Detergent.
There is sooo much included in this bundle.
Information you can use now–and information you might need down the road. Wherever you are at on the road to healthier living, there is tons here for you.
- relief for common conditions and diseases — depression, fibromyalgia, acne, infertility, aging, cancer, diabetes, learning struggles
- plant remedies — using herbs, oils, plants, and trees to heal
- natural living and healthy lifestyle – natural makeup, natural hair color, healing salves, remedies, household cleaners, skin care oils, stress relief, exercise, and detox
- general tools for better nutrition — real food recipes, shopper’s guides, whole foods menu and recipes, leafy greens, homemade condiments, broths, and more
- food fermentation — sourdoughs, kefirs, and fermenting veggies and more
- gluten-free living and tools — baking with coconut flour, traditional soups, gluten-free muffins, allergen-free menu planner, and a gluten-free cookbook
- nutritional perspectives and tools— nourishing children, whole health, eating whole food on a budget
- health and natural living white papers — body cleanses, raw milk, homeopathy, and children’s health
- and much, much more
Look at this wealth of resources:
Relieve Common Diseases and Conditions
- Rebuild from Depression: A Nutrient Guide by Amanda Rose, PhD and Annell Mavrantonis, MD (200 pages; $19.97)
- Adrenal Fatigue Solutions by Pat Robinson
You know I have adrenal fatigue. Pat has great tips on helping to work with this condition. Wondering if you have it? Check out my Adrenal Fatigue Test post. (127 pages, $59)
- A Fibromyalgia Recovery Story: Eating Outside The Box by Christy Pooschke (50 minutes; $14.95)
- Aging: Cumulative Knowledge from Peer Review Studies by Sayer Ji (131 pages; $29.99)
- Infertility: Cumulative Knowledge from Peer Review Studies by Sayer Ji (34 pages; $9.99)
- Cancer Isn’t a Death Sentence by Marcia Schaefer, DC (115 pages; $29.99)
- Ultimate Secrets to Acne Freedom by Tracy McCullough
I suffered from severe acne in my 20s. I wish I had this book then! Tracy’s own success is a striking testimony to the link between processed foods and acne but she also outlines many other lifestyle factors that can aggravate acne.(116 pages; $29)
- Holistic Approaches in the Treatment of Diabetes Mellitus by Todd Caldecott, Dip. Cl.H., RH(AHG) (22 pages: $17.99)
- Understanding The Right-Brained Child by Cindy Gaddis (70 minutes audio; $8)
Plant Remedies: Herbs, Oils, and Trees
- Mother’s Little Herbal Helper And Home Remedies by herbalist Natalie Vickery (116 pages; $12.50)
This is a home herbal toolkit for reducing symptoms of many ailments — cold and flu, headaches, fungal infections, allergies, arthritis, bites, stings, burns, coughs, congestion, and more.
- Practical Herbs by Henriette Kress (150 pages; $9.50)
Learn how to grow herbs in your own garden, harvest them from the wild, and store them after harvest. You will learn the process for brewing herbal teas, vinegars, syrups, and tinctures and using them to relieve common ailments.
- Introduction to Tree Medicines by Darcey Blue French (38 pages; $19.99)
- Herbal Remedies for Children During the Cold and Flu Season by Rosalee de la Forêt
We all need this now, eh? (88 pages; $20)
- Of Thorn and Petal: The Remedy in the Rose by Kiva Rose (50 pages; $9.99)
- Listen to the Ancient Mother Wisdom by Kimberly Crail (23 pages; $10)
- Numen: The Healing Power of Plants A Resource Guide (37 pages; $12)
Natural Living and Healthy Lifestyle
- Natural Beauty Recipes by Katie (Wellness Mama) How to make natural hair color and makeup! (37 pages; $10)
- Wildly Natural Skin Care Oils by Michelle Czolba (29 pages, $17)
- Salves Made Simple by Jennifer Saleem
Learn step-by-step how to create salves to address your own needs —to alleviate bug bites and poison oak itch or simply to help open up your air ways.
- Common Sense Health: Detox, Diet and Physical Activities by Laurie Neverman (40 pages; $8.99)
- Detoxifying Your Home — Inside and Out by Dawn Lorenz (25 pages; $9.99)
- Stress Relief for Parents by Genevieve Simperingham (25 pages; $9.99)
- Introduction to Energy Healing by Tracy Liebmann (24 pages and video resources; $18)
- Whispers Form the Universe: 30 EFT Scripts for Feeling Great by Deborah Donndelinger (48 pages, demonstration videos; $25)
General Tools for Better Nutrition
- 100 Days of Real Food Challenge by Lisa Leake (73 pages; bonus)
- The Savvy Shopper’s Guide to Sustainable Food by Raine Saunders
Raine is one sharp lady. You are guaranteed to learn a lot from this book. (139 pages; $24)
- The Whole Foods Revelation by France Morissette
It’s a cookbook and menu plan in one. You will find weekly menus with weekend tasks to reduce your kitchen time during busy week days. (102 pages; $19.95)
- The Everything Beans Book by Katie Kimball
I also love stretching our whole food dollars with beans. Katie shows you everything you need to know about this great budget-stretching food. If you haven’t checked out my post on How to De Gas Beans, you should! (95 pages; $8.95)
- Eat More Leafy Greens by Cynthia Lair
Eating more greens is one of my big goals this year. We plan to make loads of Kale Chips to help. (20 pages; $6.99)
- Off The Shelf by Kris Bordessa
How to make loads of condiments and more to save money! A book after my own heart! (43 pages; $7)
- Broth: Elixir of Life by Patricia Lacoss-Arnold
We are trying to get more broth in our food. Patty describes how to make and use broth in your every day cooking. If you have ever wonder how to make broth from beef, chicken, fish or even rabbit bones, you will soon learn about the flavors of these different options. (59 pages; $8.99)
- The New Health Paradigm by Anthony Gucciardi (99 pages; $19.97)
- Lacto-Fermentation by Wardee Harmon
Detailed instruction on fermenting fruits, vegetables, beans, meats, dairy, and grains.
The book will expose you to a variety of fermentation methods — using salt, whey, or other starter cultures. (155 pages; $20)
- Simply Sourdough by Melissa Naasko
Adapt your favorite recipes to sourdough techniques using the wisdom in this book. (30 pages; $2.99)
- A Healthy Soda by Donna Schwenk
We just started making water kefir – LOVE it.(9 minutes; $6.99)
Gluten-Free Living and Tools
- Family-Friendly Allergen-Free Menu Planner by KerryAnn Foster
A 4-week menu plan for those on a diet free of gluten, dairy, eggs, and soy with a weekly shopping list for your convenience. KerryAnn’s recipes are super-temping and wholesome. You’ll love this book.(41 pages; $16.95)
- 7 Habits of a Gluten-Free Warrior by Peter Osborne (90 minutes; $19.95)
- Baking with Coconut Flour by Starlene Stewart
If you are grain free, or just trying to eat fewer grains, this is a must read! Starlene has some pretty amazing recipes–like her Pumpkin Poppers! “Baking With Coconut Flour” is more than a recipe collection — it is an education about baking with coconut flour. (63 pages; $18.95)
- Traditional Soup Workshop with Whole Grain Gluten-Free Muffin Cookbook by Kimi Harris (29 pages; 58 minutes of video; $30)
- Quinoa Fit by Wendy Polisi (156 pages; $8.99)
- Divine Dinners: Gluten-Free, Nourishing, Family-Friendly Meals by Lydia Joy Shatney
75 recipes to help you create menus full of wonderful, gluten-free dinners. Main dishes are meat based. (104 pages; $14.95)
Nutritional Perspectives and Tools
- Nourishing Our Children –Timeless Principles For Supporting Learning, Behavior, and Health Through Optimal Nutrition
The book provides dietary principles for parents to follow before and after conception, as well as recommendations on how to nourish rather than merely feed their children.(97 pages; $20)
- Introducing the Essential Elements of Whole Health by Amy Love, NTP, CGP, CILC (110 pages, $49)
- Thrifty Food Plan Experience by Millie Copper Millie is the “get it done cheaper” woman. (67 pages; $8.95)
Health and Natural Living White Papers
- Spring Cleansing — The Local Way by Jennifer Steinbachs, ND (9 pages; $9.97)
- Introduction to Flower Essences by Amy Hendrickson (12 pages; $10)
- Raw Milk’s Protective Enzymes: Findings From Research by Amanda Rose, PhD (20 pages; $6.97) This is a SUPER resource!
- Homeopathy for Childhood Illnesses by Miranda Castro
Another topic I have been wanting to learn more about! I use some homeopathic remedies, but not much. (10 pages)
- Practical Guide to Children’s Health (excerpt) by Katie Tietje (28 pages)
- Car Seats: The Deadliest Parenting Decision by Guggie Daly
Pretty provocative title, eh? (7 pages)
Folate-Metabolism Gene Mutation (MTHFR)
I’ve been wanting to learn more about this gene mutation that affects detoxification. Now is your chance to learn with me!
What’s MTHFR? 1 in 2 people cannot utilize folic acid effectively because of a deficiency called methylenetetrahydrofolate reductase (MTHFR), yet the U.S. government adds folic acid to bread and other processed grain-based foods. Now that synthetic folic acid has found its way into so many foods, researchers are realizing that the food fortification program has had more perverse consequences than they ever imagined.
- Introduction to MTHFR by Ben Lynch ND (80 minutes; $50)
- MTHFR Blueprint (24 pages; $14.99)
- Livewello, a downloadable app to organize your health information
- A MTHFR Manifesto by the Probiotic Police and Natural Peacekeepers (an educational parody)
<Click here to see the details of this HUGE library of health.
I’m sure you can see the amazing value that this bundle it. Truly it’s a GREAT value.
Hurry – The sale ends Thursday, March 7, 2013 at midnight, PST. Don’t be like me and wait ’til the last minute and then miss it. I do that waaay too often.
Now, I don’t agree with everything in all of these books, whether it’s a health or dietary situation or a worldview. But for such a low price, I’m happy to buy it, use what I can, and discard the rest. It’s pretty hard to find just one book where I agree with everything, let alone a set of 53 books . And of course, you need to talk with your physician about any changes you are thinking about making in your life. These books are just jumping off points and not prescriptions for medical treatment .
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