As I mentioned in my previous post about making homemade Elderberry Syrup, I am very interested in learning more about natural ways to help keep our family healthy. Like anything else, this is often best for me to take baby steps forward so that I don’t become overwhelmed or discouraged. It was fun to read comments on our facebook page from many of you who currently use elderberries and from those of you who were also excited to start. Since they grow in the wild where we live in Northern Idaho, I will now be interested in finding some of the free variety come summer!
Many of you likely fall into one of the following four categories when it comes to the subject of health and nutrition:
1) You already are very knowledgeable in the area of health and nutrition as well as alternative forms of medicine.
2) You have a growing interest in this area and have started taking some baby steps to learn more.
3) You have an interest, but thinking of “one more thing to do/learn” makes your head want to explode.
4) You have no interest.
I am in group #2. For those of you in group #1, I hope that you won’t mind as I stumble along in sharing what I learn as I go and perhaps you would even be willing to share some of your wisdom along the way. For those of you in group #4, I am probably lost your interest already, sorry. Maybe there are some other future topics we can connect on instead . For those of you in group #3 (as well as for those in group #1 and #2) I wanted to let you know about a group of products that I recently became aware of from Dr. Sears. These products are doctor-forumlated all-natural, drinks, snacks and supplements designed to provide the essential daily nutrients. I have not yet tried their products but I soon will as they are sending me a sample of their varied product line (you too can have a chance to try some samples, keep reading to find out how). They are sending me the following:
What I am excited about is that their products are free of artificial colors, flavors and sweeteners. I have become very aware of the negative effects that these ingredients can have on my kids and I strive to steer clear of them whenever possible. Finding companies that share that goal really is nice to see (as it is so very rare).
The fun news is that I am not the only one that is going to get to try these products out. One of you is going to win a months supply of samples including the Dr. Sears Family Essentials drinks, snacks and supplements.
To enter to win: simply “share your thoughts” below telling me what group (of the 4 mentioned above) that you are in, why you would put yourself in that group and which of the Dr. Sears products mentioned above that you are most interested to try. I will look forward to finding out more about where we are all at in the process. One comment will be picked at random and contacted for the shipping address to send your month supply of samples. Please leave your comment by Thursday March 17th. The winner will be contacted Friday the 18th and also announced in the Weekly Giveaway post that same Friday. Good luck! Please note that for this particular giveaway, the shipping address to the winner needs to be a US address, thanks ! Congrats to Kendra who was our random winner!
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