Hi beloved community! I miss you. I am almost done with my work (and its going well, huzzah!), and I can’t wait to come back to you with big ideas and lots of ambition for 2014.
In the meantime, facebook has reminded me that internet things are supposed to be on sale today.
So let’s do it super cheap! 50 percent off I think should work quite nicely.
To that end:
For PCOS Unlocked, go to http://paleoforwomen.com/pcos-unlocked-the-manual. Scroll all the way to the bottom where it says “for discounts.” Type in the code holidaysareawesome to receive the manual for 50 percent off, which should be for $23.
For Birth Control Unlocked, my new baby who hasn’t gotten nearly enough attention, love, or PR from me as she deserves, go to http://paleoforwomen.com/birth-control and straight up purchase the book. This discount I have built into the price from the back end here so even though it’s listed as 8.99 it will ring up at 4.48.
Not a sale I, or anyone, I suppose, for that matter, does all that often.
This will be open from now until Wednesday the 4th at noon EST.
Hi beloved community.
It has recently come to my attention that the razor-thin, holy-crap-I-am-barely-going-to-make-it deadline I was up against regarding a slew of damnably challenging papers has been moved up precipitously. Instead of having six weeks, I now have three. My time for writing 100 academic pages, as well as mastering and overcoming a particularly challenging set of metaphysical beliefs, and to finish copy editing our forthcoming natural womanhood manifesto, has been cut in half.
To which I can only say two things:
“Bring it on.”
And also, of course, “dear PfWers, please be patient in my absence.” I know that I personally shall miss you dearly. It gets awfully lonely in the library sometimes.
Best news is, however, that come mid December I am gloriously and radically free, and I will have abundant time to devote to our kickass womanhood and revolutionizing health agenda for the months to come.
Whoopah, and amen!
Today is October 18! This is exactly 365 days from the day I first released PCOS Unlocked! It is also my own birthday – so I am swimming in celebration and contemplation and symbolism this week.
To that end, since I recently finished writing and uploading Birth Control Unlocked, I figured why not go ahead and release it on the birthday of PCOS Unlocked. Now I get to have three birthdays this week, which might call for more tequila and dancing this weekend than I had initially prepared for.*
To that end, you can now purchase the ebook Birth Control Unlocked: Your Body, Your Options, Your Guide here on this website, @ http://paleoforwomen.com/birth-control, which is one of the pages listed in the navigation bar “Birth Control.” The sales page not a fancy sales page. It’s not designed to entice you. It just is. Birth Control Unlocked is a map to the world of birth control, and while charting all of the territory, I also highlight the best tools you can have on your journey (for example, liver health!) of choices, wellness, fertility, and kickass womanhood.
It’s only sale now for $8.99. That might change in the coming months – I have listed its value elsewhere on the web at $14, but for now I am going to sell it for $8.99.
Below is the table of contents, and below that I have attached the introduction to the book to give you a feel for how it reads.
Welcome to birth control unlocked! My name is Stefani Ruper, and I am the author of PCOS Unlocked: The Manual as well as the forthcoming Sexy by Nature: The Whole Foods Solution to Radiant Health, Life-Long Sex Appeal and Soaring Confidence. I also write at paleoforwomen.com, and I have been working in the field of women’s health for several years. Throughout those years, I have traversed the landscape of birth control options more times than I could count. I haven’t done any serious experimentation on a personal level. Aside from a few brief forays into hormonal birth control for health reasons, I haven’t used anything other than prophylactics. I have made these choices entirely on the basis of my extraordinary depth of knowledge in the field, my allegiance to natural womanhood, and of course the particular needs of my own sexual activity (which is not, to be fair, all that great.)
If my need for serious birth control increased, I would probably re-consider my current path. But I would not share my decision with you in this format. Birth control is an entirely subjective matter and needs to be treated as such. Each of us has different psychological needs, different physiological needs, and different negotiations to make with her partner – as well as differing financial needs. I do not delve into the finances of different birth control options here, nor do I discuss any psychological factors that may go into decision making. This is a guide that focuses on the physiological implications of all of the different options available to you, so that in the context of the rest of your life (on which you are a much better resource than I), you are empowered to use the information as best you see fit.
While none of the birth control options I discuss here are 100 percent effective – none of them are – they are largely effective and supported by all the major health institutions. It is also important to note that the majority of the ineffective cases are due to human error, not to faulty product design. Faulty product design exists, again, of course, but it is far and away more important that you act realistically and choose a birth control method that fits with your psychological and logistical needs. If you can remember to take a pill every day at the same time, great. If you cannot, I highly recommend looking elsewhere to meet your birth control needs.
My knowledge of the depth and breadth of birth control practices comes from years of helping women try to optimize their health in the context of their birth control choices. To that end, I share with you a significant depth of knowledge regarding different birth control options, but perhaps more importantly, I share with you the best theories I know out there on why birth control has certain effects on women while on it and while coming off of it. Many women wrestle with significant side effects, the least of which being infertility, after coming off of the pill. Why does this happen? What organs in your body are affected by birth control? What can you do while on the pill to mitigate damage, and what can you do afterwards to regain your fertility and hormone balance as soon as possible?
I wish you all the best moving forward with this information. This guide is not meant to share everything about diet, everything about birth control, or everything about how you need to make this decision with you. It is, instead, just one tool in your pocket. It’s the one for knowing your body, knowing your options and the risks, and doing your best to be as healthy as possible no matter which option you choose.
Go to http://paleoforwomen.com/birth-control to purchase the guide for $8.99, or click the button below!
*This is a rhetorical device. I almost never drink alcohol.
Phew, it’s been a long week, hasn’t it? Tired of me selling products yet? With more on which tomorrow? I know I sure as hell am.
But, alas, I must forge ahead – and happily if wearily so. This is because these few resources I’ve been reaching out to share with you have all been really important to me and made differences in my life and the lives of people around me. I genuinely believe in their ability to help and even save us. As such, they sell themselves. Or at least I hope they do.
The Joyfully Pregnant Summit (go to http://joyfullyfertile.com to read more) is a summit Bridgit puts on every year for the sake of fertility advancements worldwide. This year’s list of speakers and topics is incredible (click the ‘speakers’ tab once you to go the site @ here). Each of them is, in Bridgit’s words,
Designed to take with you a journey with you from the early stages of trying to get pregnant, to learning more about your body, to getting a clear diagnosis and understanding specific conditions, to treatment options.
Titles for presentations in the summit include:
End Your Cycle Madness! Solutions for PMS, Estrogen Dominance and Post-Pill Amenorrhea by Nicole Jardim
Forget Infertility! by neurotransmitter and hormone specialist Dr Daniel Kalish
Getting Ready for IVF: A Natural Approach to Increase Your Chances of Success & A Healthy Baby by Dr. Lorne Brown
How Adrenal Burn-Out Zaps Your Fertility and How to Fix it by Dr. Ritamarie Loscalzo
Healhy Babies are Made in the Gut..Really! by Amelia Hirota, LAc
A Holistic Approach to Overcoming PCOS (by me!)
and a whole lot more!
How it Works:
This goes the way most online summits go, though it can be a bit confusing for the first-timer. First, there is a series of videos released the week prior. That happened this week, but the videos are available throughout the whole summit so none of us are getting to this too late.
Then, since you register with your email address, you get a new series of presentations delivered right to your inbox every day of the summit, from October 21 to October 25.
Every evening of the summit, from 4-5pm PST, there is a live Q&A with the presenters from that day.
And, as a participant in the summit, you get to do it all in real time right there with the presenters, and then can continue to watch and listen to the talks long after they’ve happened.
Pretty cool stuff.
So, anyway. Read more about it and sign up for the summit that runs October 21-25 at http://joyfullyfertile.com. It’s a week for fertility, a week for your relationship with your body, and a week for making a healthy baby as a healthy, kickass mother.
The Harvest Your Health Bundle Sale ends officially tonight at midnight EST. I wanted to write real quick to sum up my favorite resources and point you to reviews that I have written of a small sampling of them. This is your last chance to snatch the bundle off the e-shelves before it disappears forever.
You’ll probably have noticed that I have blogged about this sale a lot over the last week. I hope I haven’t been overly obnoxious. I just – goodness. This is a great deal, so I wanted to make sure as many women as possible had a chance to find out about it. That’s all. Now, I don’t want you to buy it if you don’t want to. Seriously. Please don’t! But pardon the rest of us as we recap this week of totally kicking ass.
1. This bundle is fertility-heavy. Not does it contain my own new, forthcoming Birth Control Unlocked, but also nine other fertility and women’s health-focused ebooks such as Eat Your Way to Parenthood, Fertilize Yourself, Fertility Yoga Program, A Practical Guide to Children’s Health, My Buttered Life: Baby Edition, and Mother’s Little Herbal Helper and Home Remedies. I review the beautiful Fertilize Yourself here.
2. This bundle contains Seppo Puusa’s Clear for Life, my own personal acne bible and veritable treasure trove of information, which I would personally pay probably, seriously, hundreds of dollars for, which I review here.
3. This bundle contains 26 cookbooks, three of which I share photos from in this post. They are Fast Paleo Top 100 Recipes of 2012, 30 Day Intro to Paleo, and Paleo Ice Cream.
It also includes Crazy for Kale which was my favorite Ebook of the whole bunch, a delightful, quirky and helpful gem which I review here.
4. This bundle also contains Well-Fed, one of my all time favorite cookbooks, and which I reviewed several months ago here.
5. This bundle contains five fitness resources including specializations on running, sandbag training, body weight lifting, and yoga, which I review here.
6. This bundle contains my new, never-before-seen Birth Control Unlocked which is, if I do say so myself, a highly relevant and important book for our community. I discuss it at further length here. If you don’t get it in this bundle, don’t fear, however. It’ll be on sale at this website, and quite affordably, by the end of October.
7. This bundle contains subscriptions to 4 different meal plans that total more than a year’s worth of subscriptions.
8. This bundle contains 14 beauty-at-home resources including Natural Cleaning, Questions to Ask Your Dentist Handbook, and The Holistic Mama’s Guide to Home-made skincare.
9. This bundle contains Matt Stone’s insight-rich and controversial The Vegan Solution, which is quite a bit like Eat for Heat, and articulates his theories on how to increase metabolism and make you feel warmer in the winter. (Hint: put down the tea and pick up some ice cream.) I review it here.
10. This bundle includes significant discounts — up to 50 percent off! — on high quality food products such as olive oil, coconut butter, Paleo-on-the-go, chocolate, and wild-caught fish.
11. PCOS Unlocked is available for 50 percent off to people who purchase the bundle through my blog/email/etcs, making it a super discounted 23 dollars flat. All you have to do is email me at email@example.com once you’ve purchased your bundle, and in the week following the sale you will receive discount instructions.
12. AND ISN’T ALL OF THAT JUST COOL (If you’re into that sort of thing. And again, tots cool if you’re not.)
Sale ends tonight at midnight, EST Monday, October 14.
71 ebooks. 14 discounts. 4 fitness plans. 2 magazine subscriptions.
Including Birth Control Unlocked, a discount to PCOS Unlocked,
and my favorite acne resource of all time that in itself I’d pay hundreds for.
Click here > http://harvestbundle.com to learn more.
Or one of the kick ass graphics I made (so proud!) below.
Yesterday my mother informed me that she purchased the Harvest Your Health Bundle of ebooks (http://harvestbundle.com if you are interested). “Why?!” I asked. She knows I’d share with her any information she ever needed on diet. Her response was that, well, aside from the few books with truly excellent content (I cannot emphasize again what an amazing deal it is to get Seppo Puusa’s acne Bible for so cheap), she wanted to use the cookbooks.
“Really?” I asked. My mother and I are cut of the same cloth. Much as we like good food, we never take the time to do it.
“Really.” She said. “At the very least, I’ll get to look at the pictures.”
To which I can only say, ah ha! And yes. That’s what I do, too.
And it really is incredible. The sheer number of recipes and their variety — scattered over twenty-six cookbooks in this bundle — well, it provides a lot of content for those who want to cook, and those who just want to drool, alike.
To that end, here are some photos taken from 4 of my favorite cookbooks in the bundle.
1. Fast Paleo top 100 of 2012
Fast Paleo Top 100 of 2012 contains 100 of the top-voted recipes collected from culinary aficionados all across the paleosphere. A delightfully cool idea. The pictures in these are not always the professional quality of the ones we’ll see at the end here with Bill and Haley, and many of the other books here, but still delectable and artfully inventive.
2. Paleo Ice Cream
Up next are six photos from Ben Hirshberg’s book Paleo Ice Cream. If you like paleo (like me), and you miss ice cream (like me) – well, this is the fantasy-come-true book for all of us.
Hooray, we are saved!
3. 30 Day Intro to Paleo
Finally is a selection of recipes from Bill and Haley Mason Staley’s introduction to paleo 30 Day Intro to Paleo – which, by the way, is one of the most beautiful guides to paleo I have ever seen (these people do seriously good work) and includes treats like videos of Robb Wolf describing the paleo diet. So this book is recipes and meal plans and guides to eating, the whole gamut.
And stunning, as they always do.
Anyway, as you can well predict, these three and twenty-three other cookbooks are a part of the Harvest Your Health Bundle Sale, which now has thirty six hours left! 71 ebooks. 3 magazines. 5 fitness plans. 14 discounts. For 37 dollars — that’s 44 cents a piece!
Crazy, I know.
Go to http://harvestbundle.com or click the banner below to read more.
I have never been a woman who likes yoga all that much. I have done it a few times, and I do enjoy it whenever I do – but I have never considered myself a connoisseur, acolyte, or practitioner the way, seriously, no less than 95 percent of my female friends do.
Nor do I think, necessarily, that yoga specifically can accomplish the physiological feats many of its proponents claim. For example, in the ebook “Natural Fertility Yoga” yoga coach Hethir Rodriguez (CMT, MH), asserts that yoga “has an effect on reproductive health.” (Which it does. My skepticism lies in the specificity of the claims. She goes on:) ”Every posture in this series has a supporting and nurturing effect on the reproductive system or the endocrine system – the hormonal headquarters.”
-”resetting your endocrine system and balancing your hormones,
-clearing adhesions and blockages in the reproductive areas,
-increasing circulation to your vagina, uterus, and ovaries,
-increasing your immune system and moving toxins out of your body,
-bringing peace and vitality to your conception journey,
-and creating an environment of clarity and self-exploration.”
So I have always been a skeptic, and I remain a skeptic, much as I remain a skeptic of other alternative health practices such as acupuncture. How can I really know if acupuncture is re-aligning my qi or not?
But whether or not certain practices demonstrate tangible effects the way Western medicine does is not a part of the question. Hethir’s claims are credible when you take into account that yoga is a phenomenally relaxing, rejuvenating, and cleansing practice. Health is holistic, and it is important to remember that we cannot reduce our health to bloodtests. The most important thing I ever did for the sake of my ovaries, for example, was stop feeling so anxious. I imagine yoga works much in the same way.
So if you are into yoga, into alternative health, and curious about what women might be doing to increase bloodflow in certain areas and achieve better integration with their bodies and minds, this book is pretty kickass. It is simple – all it details are the movements of the program. But complete with 31 poses and an ovarian massage, ranging from the most beginner to the most complex, you could do far worse for a program to enrich your fertility and your relationship with your ovaries.
Much as I have never become a yoga regular, I recognize it has a profound power to unite us with our natural selves. It’s not the only thing that helps with fertility – Hethir does advise you to undertake other diet and lifestyle modifications – but it does have a unique power to work at the interface of the psychological and the physiological.
Natural Fertility Yoga is a part of the unique, one-time holy crap is this for real Harvest Your Health Bundle Sale, which includes up to 84 natural health e-resources for just 37 dollars. My own, new Birth Control book is included in that package. Grab it now – only available until October 14!
AND, if you don’t like Yoga, there are still five other fitness options to choose from! One focusing on body weight exercises, how to run without hair by Ben Greenfield, Sandbag training (I think that is what it sounds like), Dog Yoga (!!) and Everyday Paleo Lifestyle and Fitness by Sarah and John Fragoso and Jason Seib.
- Bodyweight Overload ($19.99) by Todd
- Run with No Pain ($17) by Ben Greenfield
- Sandbag Training ($6.99) by Ben Hirshberg
- Dog Yoga with The Lightfoot Way ($10) by Allison Culver
- Everyday Paleo Lifestyle and Fitness $20 (1 month for 1 penny) by Sarah & John Fragoso and Jason Seib
Dog Yoga is exactly what it sounds like and the most fun thing ever. Also, painless running and body weight exercises and the cream of the crop guides for fitness.
Most readers of my blog know that while I love to move, I’m not a huge fan of fitness. “Go do stuff that feels good” is usually the advice I give women, and I stand by that. Personally, I’ve never felt better or been happier, and I go to the gym now about once every 10 days to do a bit of heavy lifting.
Nonetheless, I know that fitness routines is a big deal for a lot of us, and I want every woman in our community to do whatever it is that works for her to feel empowered and strong and sexy (if she so desires.)
So, please, do whatever it is that works for you to feel empowered and strong and sexy (if you so desire.)
To that end, while I have adored the high emphasis this Harvest Bundle has placed on fertility and women’s health (Aside from my Birth Control book it has NINE OTHER fertility and women’s health books), and while I am crazy about all of the cookbooks, I would be remiss to not share a little bit about the fitness packages with you.
SO. There are five totally unique and kick ass fitness programs available, ranging from the “sounds hardcore” to the “you said whaa?”
The “sounds hardcore” award goes to “Sandbag Training,” which is exactly what it sounds like. How to be a beast with a sandbag. I imagine a bag of rice works just as well. Grab the heavy thing and throw it around. How to do it so that it makes you healthy and strong? That’d be Ben Hirshberg’s realm of kicking ass.
Another kickass book is “Run With No Pain” by Ben Greenfield. I haven’t read this book, so I cannot make any promises. Nonetheless, Ben is a lovely human being, and I know from hanging out with him briefly at paleo fx last year that he is a long term fitness and running junkie, and has overcome pain issues. Think Born to Run. Very cool if you’re into this sort of thing.
My favorite of the bunch — or the one I would probably use most myself — is “Bodyweight Overload: A Six Week Training Program to Help You Build muscle and Lose Fat Without Weights” by Todd Kuskulis. It’s all about bodyweight exercises. You can do these at whatever pace you want, and in the privacy of your own home, and on your own schedule. I’m a big fan of bodyweight exercises, as evidence by the fact that the card game / push-up game my roommates and I played three nights ago is still making my pecs ache when I push open doors.
The standard of the bunch of “Everyday Paleo Lifestyle and Fitness” which is a beautiful and beautifully structured program that can kick start your fitness and keep you on track. These people know what they’re doing. Quick, effective, injury-free (as much as it can be), and full of the kinds of exercises that energize and empower you, I’m a big fan. AND this one isn’t as male dominated as the others appear. I mean – the others are still absolutely 100 percent for women, but its nice to have a woman listed as the first author, so you know your needs are being met.
The “you said whaa?” award goes to “Dog Yoga with the Lightfoot Way” by Allison Culver. This book is far and away my favorite that I have ever encountered in the alternative health world, ever, period, ever, ever, ever. This book alone is worth the 37 dollars of the Harvest Bundle. Maybe more. It’s daring and lovely and sweet and funny as all hell. The photos speak for it better than I ever can. See below.
Anyway, as you can well predict, all of these cool fitness resources are a part of the Harvest Your Health Bundle Sale, which now has three days left! 71 ebooks. 3 magazines. 5 fitness plans. 14 discounts. For 37 dollars — thats 44 cents a piece!
Crazy, I know.
Go to http://harvestbundle.com or click the banner below to read more.
Though I have fervently loved all the fertility and female-specific health books I have found in this absurdly large bundle sale, my favorite book ended up being a dark horse candidate, in the form of kale.
My favorite book of the bundle? The kale-centric cookbook Crazy for Kale: Glow from the Inside Out with 40 Gluten-free and Dairy-free Recipes by Hallie Klecker.
The book opens with a “Kale Primer.” What do we learn here? Way more than I thought I would.
First: kale is the member of the cabbage family that most closely resembles wild cabbage since the leaves do not form a head.
Second, there are many varieties, with the three most common being Curly Kale (also called blue kale by people like Whole Foods, and which comes in green, red, and purple varieties), Lacinato Kale (also called dinosaur kale or Tuscan kale, is flatter, more tender, and milder in flavor than curly kale), and Red Russian Kale which is the most delicate variety and better suited to things like salads as opposed to stews and soups like the other kinds. Hallie professes to loving Red Russian Kale the best, and now I want to get my hands on some.
Then Hallie talks about the health benefits of Kale. Nutritionists have talked our ears off about the health benefits of kale for ages. But they were right to do so. Kale is wicked high in antioxidants, and also in vitamin K… one of the best and only sources of vitamin K in the diet. Also vitamins A and C and manganese and iron and so much more. Kale is glorious!
Then comes tips on how to store, prepare, use kale in cooking, and use kale in smoothies.
And then: the recipes! They include salads, smoothies and juices, side dishes, main dishes, snacks and sweet treats (oooooh!) which include delights like:
-Orange Greensicle Smoothie
-Green Breakfast Chiller
-Spiced Pear and Sunflower Smoothie
-Green Flu Fighter Juice
-German Meatballs with Kale, Carrot, and Rutabaga Hash
-Rainbow Humms Tostadas
-Sesame Kale and Beet Toss
-Kale and Strawberry Breakfast Salad
-Salmon Kale Croquettes
-Garden Pasta Toss with Creamy Horseradish Dressing
-Curried Carrots and Kale
-Cauliflower Couscous with Kale Pesto
-Sweet Potato and Kale Balls
-Pistachio Banana Ice Cream
-Kale Walnut Pesto
-”Milk” Chocolate Icing
-Pumpkin Confetti Cornbread Muffins
and Cinnamon Sugar Kale Chips.
Kale is just about essential for optimizing kickass health and fertility, not to mention radiant skin, and for that reason I could not recommend more highly these absurdly nutritious and easy recipes. Very. Cool. Stuff.
Crazy for Kale is a part of the unique, one-time holy crap is this for real Harvest Your Health Bundle Sale, which includes up to 84 natural health e-resources for just 37 dollars. My own, new Birth Control book is included in that package. Grab it now – only available until October 14!
If you spend any amount of time in the blogosphere at all, you know that ebooks have overrun the place. There are a number of different things that can make an ebook good or bad. Content is one. The aesthetic experience of it is another.
A fair number of you have read my PCOS book and even more, I think, will read the Birth Control book. All of us would probably easily admit that aesthetics is not necessarily my strong suit. These ebooks come in the form of Word-formatted PDFs, and they, I hope, rely on their stellar content, (wink), rather than design for satisfying my readers. My hope is that you don’t notice what boring aesthetics I have because the content has just bowled you over.
Funny, I know.
Anyway. I just read the ebook “Fertilize Yourself” by Nat Kringoudis — I always go for the fertility books when I dig into bundles (like this one! http://harvestbundle.com) – and I came across both a fascinating take on natural health that combines Eastern medicine and ideas with WAPF-type principles that also happened to be one of the most delightfully beautiful ebooks I have ever seen.
To share with you my experience, therefore, I’ve taken a few screen shots.
This book is divided up into Fertility Foods (highlighting some unique gems, such as figs), Your Fertile Body, which goes all into the importance of regular sex and the impact of sexual practices on both your and your partner’s physiology, Your Fertile Pantry, and a Your Fertile Recipes, a series of recipes and food photos that rivals any published cookbook I’ve ever seen.
Here are some more gems of information I picked up:
-Alcohol consumption lowers zinc in your bloodstream, which – aside from being crucial for your own health and specifically your immune activity and insulin sensitivity – is also crucial for sperm production.
-Acupuncture, at least according to this acupuncturist, increases fertility “by 70 percent.”
-Sexual activity after the close of your fertile window in your luteal phase can help supply a budding embryo with nutrients.
-Increased rate of ejaculation and sexual activity helps men’s bodies streamline sperm production and develop healthier, more robust sperm. This flushing-rejuvenation process takes, according to Kat, approximately four months of regular sexual activity. Focused attention on male sexuality and sexual health was one of my favorite parts of this book. It’s not something that I personally understand all that well, but it’s equally as crucial for your ability to conceive children that your men have strong fighting sperm as you having strong fighting eggs.
It doesn’t hurt, moreover, that fertility enhancing practices for both you and your husband will demonstrably increase your vitality and sex drive.
Fertilize Yourself (check it out here!): from a smart woman with unique information on sexual activity and natural foods, with an obviously talented designer that makes the experience even more beautiful and exciting.
4.6 out of 5 stars.
[The 0.4 deduction is for claiming that 50 percent of your diet should be from animal protein. I would happily accept that 50 percent could be from animal sources (which I'd guess is what she means), but I am a firm believer that protein should be no more than 20 percent of your diet. A bit more clarity on this point would be awesome. Nonetheless, I fell in love with this book the moment I opened it.]
Fertilize Yourself is a part of the unique, one-time holy crap is this for real Harvest Your Health Bundle Sale, which includes up to 84 natural health e-resources for just 37 dollars. My own, new Birth Control book is included in that package. Grab it now – only available until October 14!