June 27, 2012 in Giveaway
Hey everyone! Thanks to those of you who have entered the second giveaway on the blog. Two lucky winners have won one copy each of the awesome book, Super Nutrition for Babies! The two winners who were selected by the Random.org feature through Rafflecopter’s automated system are … drum roll … Randa and Stephanie B. – Congratulations to both of you! Take a look at the Rafflecopter at the end of the original post to confirm this.
If you’re Randa or Stephanie, please message me your mailing address privately on Facebook - through the “Message” button next to the “Like” button on the MLP Facebook page. If you fail to respond in 48 hours, I will have to select a new winner(s) … so please respond!
For any of you who entered this giveaway but didn’t win, there will hopefully be many other giveaways in the future! In any case, I highly recommend the book Super Nutrition for Babies for anyone who has children of her/his own, is planning to have babies, or foresees having to be the caretaker for any children. Just place an order for it on Amazon. It’s chock-full of relevant and science-based nutritional advice about how to provide optimal food for your baby, keeping in mind time, money, allergies, and food preparation techniques. Seriously – you will not be disappointed!
I know there are a few new readers of My Life in a Pyramid who recently subscribed to the blog for a chance to win the book. Even if you haven’t won, you should stick around because I plan on providing a steady stream of giveaways. I know some of you don’t only care about free stuff and discounts (though most of us have a weak spot for those!), so I can guarantee you that I’ll continue blogging about relevant and interesting healthy living topics, like the following:
- Debunking health myths (did you know that unrefined salt is not related to a rise in blood pressure and that it’s essential for human survival?)
- Interviews with health bloggers, parents, food growers, authors and professionals (this interview with RD and PhD candidate Adele Hite about what is wrong with the U.S. dietary guidelines is super informative)
- In-depth well-researched articles about specific health topics (like this popular post about how to avoid genetically modified foods)
- Delicious and easy-to-prepare real food recipes (like this super easy almost-raw apple pie with a grain-free crust and this recipe for homemade creamy scalloped potatoes au gratin)
So hopefully I’ve convinced you to follow along! Happy Summer, and keep your eyes peeled for more exciting giveaways from My Life in a Pyramid in the near future!