Three “Get Real” Deals for 2013

This is a guest post by Kiran, our Sales Manager…to learn more about Kiran check out our team page!

Cliche as it may be, for many New Year’s Day is the time to reflect on the passing year and to make resolutions for the upcoming year. The majority of the holidays have past, and you’re likely ready to make some changes for the better. Good for you! Making the commitment is the first step, and today we’ve got three great deals to help you “Get Real” in 2013. Take a peek:


You know how it goes: It’s 8 o’clock at night and your child’s lunchbox is staring at you from across the room … yes, you should pack it. But with what? And there’s still the laundry to tend to and dishes to clean. It’d be much easier to just throw some random things in or just have her buy lunch tomorrow instead.

Whether you’re busy, fresh out of ideas or just looking for some guidance, resorting to buying the daily school lunch (or packing non-nutritious foods) is not something you need to resort to. MOMables was created by a mother of three children who was in a similar situation. And so she cooked up a business that solved the dilemma for herself (and many others in the process). The concept is getting eaten up by moms and their kids everywhere.

Sign up for this service to receive a weekly menu plan and shopping list each Friday. Log in, print it, shop and prepare. Get all of the good stuff without the guesswork. Think Grilled Meatloaf Sandwich, Happy Green Pig Salad (pasta with ham and spinach), and some of the tried and trues (PB&J) with a twist. The meals are not fancy but are nutritious. They can all be made in approximately 10 minutes. And the best news? With the sale price that they are offering to our readers, the meal plans cost only 11 cents a day for the first 3 months.

Click here to check out these school lunch plans (they even have a Gluten- and Nut-free option!) and save 30% – get 3 months of meal plans for lunch at just $12 (normal price $18.)

**Offer good through Jan. 9.

Take the guesswork out of what to pack for lunch.

Hilliard Method DVD

Though Lisa may not often tout working out, it’s no new news that exercising is not only good for you, but it also makes you feel good. As a certified group exercise instructor, I’ve taught various classes for over 12 years and have been taking them for even longer. I recently took some classes at Hilliard Studio Method in Charlotte and was humbled by the experience. I aspire to look like owner and instructor Liz Hilliard (58-years-old) at her age, even though she kicked my butt. Firm (pardon the pun) believers of combining exercise with fueling your body correctly, they have created a core-centric, complete body workout that uses a mini stability ball (included with the DVD) and hand weights.

Liz and her daughter’s legs and arms look amazing … and I can see why. Little movements for your legs, your abs and your arms will leave your body parts shaking – but coming back for more. It’s truly a love-hate thing. If you didn’t feel so good afterwards, you’d never come back! But it’s clear that it’s doing something right for your body. 

The ladies just recently released their second DVD. No need to go to a gym (and no need to join a gym and pay a monthly membership, for that matter). This workout can be done in just 60 minutes at home. I’m a huge fan of the workout program and think you’ll love it, too.

Through January 9th, 100 Days of Real Food readers can receive 20% off the Hillard Studio Method DVD and stability ball – use code 100DAYS when purchasing. Your entire body will thank you for it!



Deliciously Organic

Carrie Vitt began her journey to eating real foods over 5 years ago. But it wasn’t out of a desire to “get healthy;” it was out of necessity. She was 27 years-old and was having debilitating headaches. Taking various medications just didn’t seem like the answer to Carrie, and as luck would have it, an article caught her eye and prompted her to try organic foods. Starting small, she began changing her produce to organic. And would you believe, her migraines began decreasing. Fast forward and Vitt started a blog and also penned her first book, which has received rave reviews.

Whether you’re just starting out or you’re a pro at eating real, Deliciously Organic can be your answer to preparing great tasting, real recipes that don’t have an obscene amount of ingredients and which don’t require you to be chef in training. We are huge fans of Carrie’s and think that if you try any of her recipes you’ll agree – her meals are delicious!Deliciously-Organic-cookbook-review-100-Days-of-Real-Food

Two special offers (available through Jan. 9) to get you started:

The Deliciously Organic Cookbook PLUS 6 months of weekly meal plans for just $40 (a $55 savings)


The new “Real Food, Real Fast” 2 week menu plan* for $4.99 (a 50% savings)

What you’ll get with the “Real Food, Real Fast” one-time purchase menu plan (not an ongoing subscription):

  • 2 weeks of dinner meal plans that include 1 dessert and 1 snack.
  • Recipes for those on the go who still desire meals made with unprocessed, nourishing, real, whole foods.
  • Recipes that can be incorporated into your steady rotation.
  • Coordinating printable shopping list, cooking times and helpful quick tips to get dinner on the table quickly.

Now we want to hear from you: what’s the biggest hurdle that you’re facing (or fearing) in getting your resolution started?

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  • Comments

    1. |

      I love the Deliciously Organic blog! (well, yours, too, LOL). Those are some great deals; thanks for sharing. :)

    2. Amy A |

      Thanks for all of these great offers! I am interested in purchasing the workout DVD but was wondering if you had any more information on it. Is is just one 60 minute workout that they show, or are there more? I know that I tend to get bored doing the same workout over and over, so just wanted to know before I purchased it. I went to their website and could not find any more information on there either.

      • |

        Hi Amy,
        Our HSM Total Body Sculpt is divided into 5 sections. The first 20 minute section is a total body core-centric workout. You can do this alone or combine it with section 2 (deep thigh work using mini-stability ball included) or section 3 (hamstring and glute/booty lift also using the mini stability ball). Section 4 is our signature HSM ball abs (not to be missed!)The whole workout which lasts 60 minutes is high energy and never boring. We segmented this “workout in a box” so that you could use any combination you desire. Let me know if you have further questions and — Enjoy! Liz

      • Kiran Dodeja Smith |

        Hi Amy,
        I agree with what Liz said – you could always double up on sections (i.e. do the first section twice one day, etc.) to change it up. It is a REALLY good workout so if you like working out at home, on your time, it’s a challenging/great option!

    3. |

      I love the idea of a lunch plan, but my kids and family are vegetarian. Maybe I can use the idea to make my own lunch plan.

      • |

        Hi Melanie!
        Our classic plan currently has 1-2 vegetarian options per week and at least one more that can be modified to be vegetarian. We are currently working on a vegetarian plan to be released this spring. If you sign up for our free weekly newsletter on you’ll be one of the first to know when the vegetarian plan comes out!

    4. lynn |

      How in the world is Momables considered real food? I think it is a fabulous idea, but surprised you are advertising it. Just going by the sample menu- most days are lunch meat. I thought lunch meat was okay “occasionally”. Also, on the sample menu, I am positive the frozen “all natural” Asian potstickers do not follow the real food rules. (At least from Target)

      I am genuinely curious about this. And I really hope I am not coming off mean and combatitive, that is not my intent. (Your fb comments get kind of scary sometimes :) )

      Momables, I am not intentionally picking on you. I actually love this idea and am thinking of giving it a try.

      • |

        Hi Lynn,
        You are right in a few ways. First, MOMables is a guide to help people eat towards real food. While I personally grind my own wheat and make bread at home, I know most parents dont’. Our meals help thousands eat less packaged lunches, reuse leftovers (save on wasted food) and cook more meals from scratch (by giving dinner suggestions in the members only area that will yield leftovers for a specific lunch in that week’s plan).
        You did bring up a good point and I thank you. I’ve been meaning to change the sample menu for a while because our menus have changed to make more accommodations: like vegetarian options, gluten free and utitlizing leftovers more. That said, our weeks include 1-2 salads, 1 thermos item, 1 meaty option, 1-2 vegetarian meals (or that can be adapted). You are right that lunch meat should be used in moderation. The reason I launched MOMables was because my daughter had an allergic reaction to a lunchable given to her by another mom at a playdate. While I only buy organic meat and dairy items – I can’t expect other people to do the same. My goal is to get parents packing fresh foods in reusable containers, get rid of packaged lunches and begin their journey towards 100% real food. If you want one of our recent week’s meals, please email me directly: and I will be happy to send it over to you. :)

      • Kiran Dodeja Smith |

        Hi Lynn,
        I know that Laura from MOMables has already replied, but I also wanted to follow up.
        We believe that not everyone is at the same point in their journey to cut out processed foods. Some may be just beginning, and some may be at the 100 day (or further!) point. But for most moms, a plan that can give them the ideas of what to make and what they need to make it is a great first step. Then they can move on to bagging the plastic baggies, getting the organics, etc.
        I’m so glad that you DID post your thoughts instead of just wondering – and am thankful that Laura was so quick to respond as well. Please feel free to always share your thoughts and questions!:)
        Warm regards,

    5. lynn |

      Wow. Thank you, very much, Laura. You and 100 Days certainly don’t owe me any explanations. I very much appreciate it.

      I actually love this:

      “My goal is to get parents packing fresh foods in reusable containers, get rid of packaged lunches and begin their journey towards 100% real food.”

      It is not necessary to send me a recent week. I will be signing up soon. Thank you.

      • |

        I’m so glad you “wondered” out loud! It is, in fact, a valid question-one I get asked all the time. While I would love for everyone to cut out all processed foods…for some it’s baby steps. Sometimes, we just need ideas and a plan (I know I did before I began MOMables). While I’m still not perfect and still have a box of Annie’s mac and cheese in the pantry for emergencies, we eat healthy, wholesome and fresh food every day…3-4 meals a day. Please do email me any questions you might have. I’m here to help!

    6. lynn |

      Thanks, Kiran. :)

    7. Stacie |

      Aww, I missed the deals by 1 day :P

      • Kiran Dodeja Smith |

        :( Sorry Stacie! Stay tuned; we’ll have more in the future:).

    8. Wilbert Cluck |

      Muscle tension can cause headaches and by relaxing muscles, especially in the neck, it is possible to relieve migraine headaches. Once the technique is learned there is no longer any need for the biofeedback equipment. The patient with migraine headaches can now produce the desired effect any time they wish. Sometimes too much salt can cause headaches. And by simply lessening the salt intake headaches can sometimes be prevented. Some migraine headaches are caused by food sensitivities. Certain foods can cause migraines and eliminating these foods can prevent migraine pain. Some common foods that can trigger migraine headaches are cheese, alcohol, monosodium glutamate (a food additive), nuts, beans, caffeine, chocolate, onions and others..

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