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Have you checked out the Harvest Your Health Bundle yet? There are so many great eBooks in the bundle, it’s challenging to highlight the most exciting ones. But I thought I’d mention these 7 books that really stood out for me…

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Harvest Your Health Bundle

October 7, 2013

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I’m super excited to present to you the opportunity to purchase the epic Harvest Your Health Bundle! It’s a package of 71 health and wellness eBooks that’s being offered for 3% of the price. Yes, you read that right, these fantastic eBooks are being sold at a 97% discount! The total package is valued at over $1,000! But it’s being offered for only $37!

Whether you’re new to the paleo/primal lifestyle, not yet committed but interested in health and wellness, or a seasoned paleo eating pro, I’m sure that many books in this bundle will spark your interest. There’s something for everyone, regardless of what stage of your journey you are at, or what your interests are. The eBooks cover a wide range of topics, like food/cooking (including tons of recipes and meal planning), skin care, home care, fertility/children, and fitness.

It’s a terrific opportunity to invest in your  and your family’s health and really get inspired to jumpstart or ramp up your journey, or simply get some new, exciting ideas to spruce up your lifestyle a little bit.

I don’t think this bundle is for any particular type of person, but I think it’ll be especially useful if you’re currently thinking any of the following thoughts:

  • You’re new to all of this, and are at the stage where you’re devouring information and are excited to learn more
  • You’re troubleshooting or tweaking your lifestyle and could use some fresh ideas
  • You want to eat healthy but are used to cooking the same old, same old and don’t know what to eat or how to adapt to this new healthy lifestyle
  • You’re overwhelmed by all the new food restrictions and feel like there’s nothing left to eat
  • You’re in a bit of a rut and are looking for some inspiration
  • You’ve been at this for a while, but feel like a new approach might help you break through your plateau
  • You’re a deal hunter and can’t pass up a 97% off sale ;)

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Below are all of the books that are part of this bundle. Additionally, there are magazine subscriptions, and discounts being offered as part of this package.

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Pumpkin Spice Pancakes (Gluten-free, Paleo) 1

Most people only eat pumpkin in the form of pumpkin pie, and typically only around Thanksgiving. What a shame to limit the lovely pumpkin to only dessert, and just for the holidays! Forget pumpkin spice lattes, pumpkin spice pancakes are where it’s at! :)

These tasty pancakes scream autumn, and are the perfect fall breakfast to cozy up to. But why restrict yourself to fall, when canned pumpkin is available year round? And since this recipe calls for only two ingredients other than vanilla and spices, you can really make these any time you feel like it. Which, after you try them, might end up being pretty darn often. They’re super easy and quick to make, require very few ingredients, and taste delicious – what more could you ask for?

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J&G Steakhouse Filet Mignon with Bearnaise Sauce

This was my second time to Scottsdale and Phoenix in Arizona, and I remain markedly impressed by the food scene. So many great restaurants serving fantastic food, fun ambiance, and terrific service. Other than for the weather, most people seem go to Arizona to golf – I go there to eat. Read on to check out my reviews of Chelsea’s Kitchen, Citizen Public House, J&G Steakhouse, and Zinc Bistro.

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Coconut Plum Crumble (Paleo)

September 27, 2013

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Crumbles, crisps, buckles… They all have 2 things in common. 1) They make tasty use of whatever fruit is in season and 2) they’re topped with gluten, in one way or another. The latter is why I’ve been deprived of these baked fruit desserts for quite some time. Sure, I could use almond or coconut flour, but as most of you know, I try not to veer in that direction.

Hence, this paleo coconut plum crumble. The macaroon-like coconut topping (with some sliced almonds for more texture and flavour) provides that satisfying contrast to the soft fruit below. The combination results in a delicious fruit dessert, wherein you can substitute whichever fruit you bring home from the farmer’s market. If you’d like, enjoy it with a scoop of vanilla ice cream, some whipped cream, or crème fraîche.

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