Harvest Your Health Bundle Sale

New year, new resolutions! Here’s to making 2014 your best year yet! That said, here’s an amazing deal to help you achieve you health goals!

Remember the Harvest Your Health eBook Bundle Sale from October? Well, it did so well (almost 9,000 people purchased it), it is being offered again!

Harvest Your Health Bundle Sale

For 4 days only, you can get the Harvest Your Health eBook Bundle, which includes 52 eBooks and dozens of discount codes,  so you’ll have plenty of tools to start 2014 off with your best foot forward!

Good health is very important, so this bundle is affordable to just about everyone. This incredible collection is available for 95% off retail value, so you pay just $39 for everything listed below!!

By the numbers:

  • 52 ebooks
  • 23 discounts
  • 5 meal plans
  • 3 ONLINE magazine subscriptions
  • 1 month to an ONLINE fitness plan (1 month for 1 penny)
  • 1 private kitchen community membership
  • $887 value when you add up the cost of all products


cooking and preparing paleo
cooking and preparing real food
Meal Plans/Private Kitchen Communities

home and personal care

fertility and motherhood
Intentional Simple Living
Online Magazine Subscriptions
  • Paleo Living Magazine: 3 months – 7 issues ($27.93) by Jeremy Hendon (currently iPad only but will be on other devices soon!)
  • Healthy Recipes Magazine: 3 months – 7 issues ($34.93) by Jeremy Hendon (currently iPad only but will be on other devices soon!)
  • Paleo Magazine: 12 months – 6 issues ($14.99) by Cain (available on any device including computer)

This is an amazing deal! Be sure to hop on it!



  1. This offer seems almost too good to be true. Did you purchase the bundle when it was offered before? I’m assuming if you purchase the bundle and get magazines subscriptions for a limited time do you have to make sure you track them all and cancel individually if you don’t want to pay the price jump it would take to keep them all going after the promotional periods end? If you did purchase (or if any other readers did), did you notice any drawbacks? Otherwise, seems like a pretty good idea to pool health and wellness books and resources for the start of the year.

    1. @Lisa: wondering the same! Any drawbacks?? Is info useful?? Or a repeat of stuff easily accessed on Internet?? Is it easy to read/download on laptop and a iPhone device?? Cheers.

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