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Eat Healthy, Baby! – Giveaway

Here’s a MommyFest Blog Party Giveaway for my loyal readers and new friends.

I’m a big fan of Mary Enig, Ph.D. who co-authored Nourishing Traditions: The Cookbook that Challenges Politically Correct Nutrition and the Diet Dictocrats with Sally Fallon. Mrs. Fallon is the founding president of the Weston A. Price Foundation for wise traditions in food, farming and the healing arts, and she serves as editor of the foundation’s quarterly magazine.

I’m really excited about this cookbook that serves a big whopping slice of nutrition education while putting politically correct diet thinking on its backside. Honestly, who cares about being politically correct when it comes to your family’s health? Eat right, don’t follow fad diets, and reap the benefits for decades and generations. Does that sound like a plan? What’s a great plan without an instruction book? That’s what this Giveaway is all about.

Sally Fallon and New Trends Publishing are generously donating 2 copies of the Deluxe Hardback Edition of Nourishing Traditions (plus S & H) for 2 participating readers (retail value $54).

Topics include the health benefits of traditional fats and oils (including butter and coconut oil); dangers of vegetarianism; problems with modern soy foods; health benefits of sauces and gravies; proper preparation of whole grain products; pros and cons of milk consumption; easy-to-prepare enzyme enriched condiments and beverages; and appropriate diets for babies and children.

What I love best about this cookbook is that it features information that’s not only been relevant for centuries, but the current literature in the medical journals does support so much of the information contained in this book. FINALLY, a book that teaches you how to cook food in a way that your body can best digest AND great food info for children and babies . . . and it’s all located in one place.

Giveaway Details:

  • We’re giving away 2 copies of the Deluxe Hardback Edition of Nourishing Traditions as well as free shipping (total retail value is $54).
  • To enter, visit the WAPF Children’s Health Issue and check out all the fantastic and FREE information available at your fingertips. Then, come back to this post and leave a comment about something new you learned from the Children’s Health Issue. That’s it.
  • This contest runs until midnight (EST) on May 15th.
  • Two winners will be randomly selected (via random.org) and announced on this blog on May 16th. If the winners don’t respond within 72 hours of notification, a new winner will be selected.

Everyone can enjoy a copy of this great book by ordering directly from the publisher:

Toll-Free Order Line (US and Canada): (877) 707-1776
Overseas Orders — (574) 268-2601 — Fax Orders — (574) 268-2120
eMail Orders: newtrends@kconline.com

UPDATE: The WINNERS are Sherry G and Ginny. Congratulations!!


53 Responses

  1. I knew about some of the stuff in baby formula, but MSG in baby formula!!! I had no idea! I’m so glad I breast feed.

  2. Wow! I’ve always heard that one should start with grains/cereals for a baby, and do fruits last. Of course, I’ve ignored that, and fed that what I felt like, starting with bananas, sweet potatoes, avocadoes, etc., but it’s nice to know that there’s a place where I can read about nourishing my growing babies. Thanks!

  3. MSG in formula.. Great! It gives me a headache. No wonder my kids cant tolerate it.

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