Giveaway: Food & Mood book

5/11/09 – THIS GIVEAWAY IS NOW CLOSED. WINNERS are Jessica 🙂 and jaimeburgess. Send me your mailing addresses!

If you’ve been reading here long, you know that nutrition expert Elizabeth Somer has shared a number of insights with me and my readers about how we can eat better and feed our families well. You can read some of that here and here.

This week I have two copies of the book Food and Mood: The Complete Guide to Eating Well and Feeling Your Best to giveaway.

This book explains how what we eat has a direct impact on how we feel, think, sleep, look, and act. She discusses “specific food-related issues including health conditions, food cravings, diet struggles, stress, PMS, winter blues, energy levels, depression, memory, and sleep patterns,” as well as provides some guidelines to eating in her Feeling Good Diet, “a program that shows you how to take control of your eating habits to benefit mood and mental functioning now.”

To enter for a chance to win this prize, you can do any or all of the following:

1. Leave a comment telling us one way you want to improve your family’s eating habits.

2. Post about this giveaway and bring your link back here and leave another comment.

3. Tweet about this giveaway, including @fishmama in your tweet. Then come back and tell me you twittered.

4. Subscribe to LifeasMOM by email or subscribe in a reader.

That means you can leave up to 4 comments and have up to 4 chances to win. Please make sure I have a way to contact you if you win.

Contest will be open until Sunday, May 10th at midnight, PST. Sorry, only open to residents of the Continental US. Winners will be announced Monday morning at the top of this giveaway post.

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