Do you want to take in more vitamins, minerals, fiber, and antioxidants, slow down the aging process, reduce systemic inflammation, satisfy your sweet tooth in a healthy way, enhance recovery after workouts, optimize your energy, and discover your own diet rules? Sweet Potatoes Power could be the answer.
A few days ago, I posted a review of Sweet Potato Power: Smart Carbs Paleo and Personalized. I’m impressed with the contents of this new book by Ashley Tudor, released by Victory Belt Publishing in April, 2012. To read my review of it, click here. You can buy it now (click here or on the icon below) or enter to win a copy of it on this blog.
Rules for entering
1) Leave a comment below telling me your favorite way to prepare and enjoy sweet potatoes, including what are usually labeled “yams,” such as red garnet, beauregard, and jewel yams.
For additional bonus entries, spread the word (here are some ways you can do this):
1) Watch one of my YouTube videos and leave a comment about it below
2) Subscribe to my YouTube channel and leave a comment about that below
3) Subscribe to my blog (link on upper left side of this page) and leave a comment telling me you subscribed
4) Follow The Healthy Cooking Coach on Facebook
5) Publicize the giveaway, then leave a comment about what you did, e.g.,
a) Tweet about the giveaway with a link to my blog
b) blog about the giveaway and leave the link
c) announce the giveaway on Facebook and send me a link
d) mention the giveaway to your family and friends
e) come up with your own creative idea
6) do any or all of the above; post a separate comment for each action
Deadline: Midnight, Sunday, June 3rd, 2012.
Selection criteria: Random drawing
Limitations: Drawing open only to US residents due to shipping restrictions.
To order Sweet Potato Power: Smart Carbs Paleo and Personalized, click here or on the icon below.
FYI: The four winners of the recent (May 2012) Nu Naturals orange and lemon liquid stevia giveaway include artist and healer Katie Todd of Portland, OR; GiGi Dubois, a blogger from Los Angeles, CA; Marjorie Hill, a social worker and gemstone therapy intern who lives in Prescott, AZ; and Jordan Dunne, a caseworker for a non-profit in Pawtucket, RI.