12 Days of Giveaways – Day 9 – Cholesterol Clarity, Paleo Treats & Justin’s Nut Butters
In honor of all of you that have supported my work, I’ve teamed up with several of my favorite brands and services for 12 Days of Giveaways! Good luck and happy holidays! Thank you for all your great support!
On day 9 of my 12 Days of Giveaways, the winner will be getting three special treats!
The first is a sample pack of Paleo Treats consisting of 3 of each of their 5 scrumptious varieties. Paleo Treats makes “delicious paleo friendly desserts for people who actually read ingredient labels.” All these treats are gluten, grain, and dairy free! Paleo Treats uses NO stabilizers, NO preservatives, NO synthetic stick-around junk; these are pure whole food desserts made from Paleo ingredients.
The second is Jimmy Moore’s newest book Cholesterol Clarity: What the HDL is Wrong With My Numbers? Learn what the real deal is from some of the leading experts on the subject. Not only will Cholesterol Clarity tell you what your cholesterol tests—LDL, HDL, triglycerides, and other key cholesterol markers—really mean, but it will also arm you with nutritional guidance that will lead you to optimal health. Are you ready to find out what the HDL is wrong with your numbers?
Our third giveaway item is a prize pack from Justin’s Nut butters! “Justin’s produces the most delicious nut butters on the planet! Every small, individual batch of every delicious nut butter flavor is made using a proprietary grinding process to ensure optimum flavor and best consistency. Justin’s products are not only delicious; they’re made with the highest quality, and most healthful ingredients found as locally and sustainable as possible.”
Approximate value $182.
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Entries only valid in the United States.
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