You might be thinking that natural health is pretty complicated
And it’s easy to think that. There are so many opinions out there on what to eat, buy and do, that it can be overwhelming to even get started. Natural health can be really confusing.
Thankfully, it doesn’t have to be. Wellness can, and should be, simple. After all, if it isn’t, it’s going to be really hard to integrate into your life. You want habits that are sustainable, practices you can easily implement, food your kids will actually eat.
Otherwise, what’s the point?
Simple Natural Health is the book you need if you want to be more intentional about your family’s health. This book isn’t just another dogmatic “what not to do” that will make you feel bad for past choices. Rather, it’s a holistic approach to health – mind, body and soul – with a lot of money- and time-saving tips thrown in.
You’ll love the comprehensive guide to using herbs, tips for saving money on nourishing whole foods and simple approach to a naturally healthy lifestyle.
In this e-book, you’ll learn:
- How to use natural remedies to keep your family healthy all year long
- Why real food is your body’s best defense against illness
- How planning ahead can save you hundreds on groceries
- How to make simple changes to increase health and happiness in your home
Why buy the ebook?
There’s a whole lot of free advice on the internet and my blog is no exception. In fact, you can find much of what I talk about in the book spread out on the blog. But it’ll take a while to go through all of the content (and if you’re anything like me, you’ll probably get distracted, oh, about 100 times).
Which is why I recommend buying the PDF ebook.
Doing so will save you hours of research time and help you get started with your family’s natural health transformation. Because the sooner you can get started, the better.
Want to see what’s inside?
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Save Money On Real Food
Real food can be expensive. Especially when there are food sensitivities are involved. Thankfully, I’ve learned several tips that help me keep my grocery budget super low – we average $550 a month for our family of six.
Mama’s Monthly Tea
Cramps suck. There’s no denying it. Thankfully, there’s a lovely tea blend that you can mix up and drink during that special time of the month to help alleviate cramps. Or you can drink a cup every day to prevent them!