January’s Fabulous Posts! Wellness Wednesday Blog Link-Up

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January Featured PostsThis week I wanted to hi-light some of my favorite posts that were linked up from this month. It was hard to choose, because there were so many great posts linked up. What was one of your favorite posts?

If you didn’t get a chance to check them out earlier in the month, be sure to check them out today!

Easy Frozen Smoothies

This is a fantastic, easy way to keep smoothie components at the tip of your fingers. Just add the magic bullet and you’re ready to go!

The Good the Bad & The Ugly Truth About Salt

Krystyna does a great job talking about the difference between the salt you’re probably consuming and natural sea-salt. She also explains what’s good and bad about salt.

Winter Chili

I think most of us have a stand-by chili recipe, but if you’re looking to spice things up and want to try something a little different try this yummy chili recipe from Brandon. He’s got a secret ingredient in his chili that gives it a bit of a twist. I tried it out, and the family agreed it’s tasty!

The Adverse Side Effects of Trusting Your Doctor

This is such a timely post. Go read why trusting your doctor for every medical decision may not be in your best interest after all.

Buffalo Nuts

I miss salty snacks. I admit it, I dream of popcorn, potato chips, and nachos.  I’m so glad that Karen shared this tasty recipe with us!

If you weren’t already eating farm-fresh eggs have you been able to meet Januarys goal and find a source for farm-fresh eggs? Be sure to come back next week to find out what Februarys challenge will be!

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  1. Thanks for featuring my Easy Frozen Smoothie recipe!!

  2. There is such a difference between farm fresh eggs and even the ones you “think” are good for you at the store like Egglands Best, there is just no comparison. Typically I get my eggs from my bff/business partner, but her chickens aren’t laying as many right now, so I purchase them from a store called Leafy Greens that sells local products and these eggs are from a local farmer.

    • Trisha Gilkerson says:

      THats awesome you have an option to buy fresh eggs from a local store! I used to buy the “egglands best” before I realized how much better farm-fresh eggs really are for you. I thought “vegetarian fed” meant they were better for you. How wrong I was!

  3. So glad the Buffalo Spice Nuts worked out for you… they are addicting!


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