Saturday, March 20, 2010

GIVEAWAY: Better Living With Whole Foods Cookbook

Now that it's spring I have been thinking more about natural, good foods for my family. Recently I started walking and eating better, so that I can preserve what I have! So it was right up my alley when I received an invite to discuss it.

This last week I attended a blogging event a local natural baby store, Belly Sprout, located in Fullerton. We were there to hear about You Are What You Eat, a local event taking place at the Brea Community Center on May 15th.

Organized by owners of the Belly Sprout, Christy Funk and Yolanda Quiroz Soto, J.D. the goal of the event is to explore the connection between what we eat and how it affects us in body, mind and spirit. With Keynote Speakers like Mariel Hemingway and Ann Gentry, You Are What You Eat is a family-friendly program, run by women, for the most part. There are food demonstrations, panel discussions and book-signings. Childcare is provided. There will be a food truck with organic, sustainable food for your convenience. Are you in the mood? Make sure you attend!

But first, to get you started, WIN a copy of the book by local author, Alexander Morentin, C.E.S.: Better Living With Whole Foods. To win, simply leave a comment here and tell me what you are doing to improve your eating habits. MAKE SURE to leave me your email so I can contact you if you win. Contest ENDS April 1, 2010.

Want extra entries?

Tweet the contest. Then make sure to let me know. For another entry, subscribe to the RSS feed for this blog, on upper right of the page..

I did not receive compensation for this post, but I may have received free product to review.

T, who hopes this is helpful for you

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Too Many Hats said...

I have really been watching my portion and eating way more veggies everyday, along with fruits. My next step is to eat more organic.

Lex - @laprimera said...

I'm really trying to cut down on the extra snacks and replace them with good for me ones. Fruit and veggies. Oh and WATER!

Lex - @laprimera said...

Oh, and I'm already a feed subscriber. :)

suburban prep said...

I have replaced the Snacks that might not have been as good for me with almonds and banana chips and yogurt.
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Cheryl said...

We are going to plant a huge veggie/fruit garden this year and start planning meals around our harvested goods. Trying to cut out most of the processed food and eat more organic. We also raise our own chickens for fresh organic eggs. We feed them lots of veggies, greens and fruit that make the happy and healthy too.

Cheryl said...

I follow the Rss Feed via Google Reader

Cheryl said...

I tweeted this giveaway

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