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9.03.2008





mod*mom back-to-school giveaway :: 3 student body gift bags $150

whole foods has a new back-to-school podcast + they want to know what mod*mom readers think of their work, so they're giving away 3 gift bags of products mentioned in the podcasts this month :)

to win a whole foods
market back-to-school student body gift basket, listen to their new back-to-school podcast, then leave them feedback in the "comments" + be sure to put modmom.blogspot.com in the “website” field on the comment form, to be entered in this giveaway.

+ please leave me a comment to tell me what you thought of the podcasts
before midnight tuesday, september 30

by ~mod*mom~ at 3.9.08 ©

46 Comments:

I'm heading over there to listen!

By Anonymous Dana, at 9/03/2008 1:30 PM  

I love Whole Foods. They always have good suggestions and this podcast was great.

By Anonymous Donna C, at 9/04/2008 5:38 AM  

Pod cast was great, I'll be getting some supplements for my daughter this week. I am expecting my second child and am wondering if I should be taking a DHA supplement along with my prenatal vitamin. I'll have to ask my Dr. next week at my appointment. Thanks for the give away tip, Whole Foods is great. Love the 365 Line.

By Anonymous Rebekah, at 9/04/2008 7:01 AM  

Podcast was really informative, I am going to be getting some supplements for my daughter soon. I hope she likes them because she has refused to eat most of the kinds we have tried!

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By Blogger Rebecca, at 9/04/2008 1:11 PM  

I love podcasts that are actually worth something! Thanks for showing me the way!!!!

By Blogger The Beadles, at 9/04/2008 2:40 PM  

helpful tips

By Blogger wigget, at 9/04/2008 7:01 PM  

Hi, Their podcasts are always worth watching. There is always something to learn about that I wouldn't learn anywhere else. Please enter me in your drawing. Thanks, Cindi]
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By Blogger windycindy, at 9/04/2008 8:34 PM  

It was unclear to me where I was supposed to comment, but commented there with my feedback.

By Blogger EG, at 9/05/2008 7:48 AM  

Love the podcast. Since I babysit 5 grandkids, 2 of which are picky eaters, I am always looking for ways to add to their diet in a healthy way.

By Blogger Patricia, at 9/05/2008 8:01 AM  

I commented on their podcast. Interesting. I truly belive that kids are lacking essentials that they need to succeed. This podcast certainly says an important message. Thanks for the great contest!

By Blogger coriwestphal, at 9/05/2008 9:51 AM  

Thanks for the giveaway! Can I ask what exactly is in a student body gift pack?

Also, have you seen the cool kids clothes at courtneycourtney.etsy.com? I think you might like them.

By Blogger Wehaf, at 9/05/2008 10:24 AM  

Great podcast! I'm always looking for new info on nutrition for my kids

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By Blogger Ken, at 9/05/2008 10:56 AM  

This podcast was a little more relevent than past ones. I liked the supplement suggestions.
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By Blogger Bebemiqui, at 9/05/2008 11:01 AM  

I loved it.

By Anonymous Daniel, at 9/05/2008 11:09 AM  

i'm glad you love the podcast pals!

wehaf: i haven't selected the exact items for the student body gift bags yet, but they will include items mentioned on this podcast + maybe another whole foods podcast this month,plus other items from the whole body section at whole foods market that are helpful for students

By Blogger modmom, at 9/05/2008 11:26 AM  

I watched their podcast and left a message---while I was there I decided to watch a 2nd podcast also. Good information to have.

By Blogger Betty N, at 9/05/2008 1:37 PM  

I watched their podcast-it was very interesting. Good information about children's nutrition and growth

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By Blogger bison61, at 9/05/2008 3:12 PM  

I watched the podcast, and although I am not a mother, I am a teacher and found everything about nutrition veru informative and useful. I am doing a nutrition unit next month and would love some help from you guys!

By Anonymous leah pesso, at 9/05/2008 4:23 PM  

wonderful ideal,good podcast with good ideals,I have some picky eaters also,thanks

By Blogger VickeC, at 9/05/2008 4:28 PM  

The podcast was very informative. I never knew that omega-3 fatty acids were so important for our children. Thank you so much!

By Blogger judybrittle, at 9/05/2008 9:19 PM  

very informative ! interesting info about supplement suggestions.

thanks!

By Blogger bavaria, at 9/06/2008 12:08 AM  

I learned a thing or two, thanks
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By Blogger lucidred1, at 9/06/2008 4:35 PM  

wow loved the podcast, sure feel like I learned alot that I shoulda already knew..oh well I am human...please enter me

By Blogger Sandy, at 9/06/2008 10:53 PM  

Thanks mod*mom! this was super educational as usual! I can't wait to head over to whole foods!!

By Blogger Mona, at 9/07/2008 10:13 AM  

great podcast with great suggestions! i learnt alot!

By Blogger yyeres, at 9/07/2008 5:19 PM  

Podcast has great suggetions and I will use some of them!

By Blogger kaylee8, at 9/09/2008 2:55 PM  

Very informative info about nutrition and suggestions about what kids will like!

By Anonymous Anonymous, at 9/09/2008 5:24 PM  

The most recent podcast really interested me, as it dealt with one of my favorite supplements: omega-3s. It's nice to get 5 minute straight-talks about things we, as parents, need to know. Thanks!

By Blogger Heather, at 9/12/2008 8:27 PM  

wow i wish my mom knew to give me more EFA's, ii love whole foods...wish i could afford to do all my shopping there!!!

By Blogger mamamymy, at 9/12/2008 9:56 PM  

good information from whole foods!

By Blogger Nancy, at 9/13/2008 12:39 AM  

lovve it and would love the body pack

By Blogger tiffanybeth, at 9/17/2008 3:28 PM  

That's a great podcast... I've always believed in the importance of supplements for kids. It really makes a difference when they take them :)

By Blogger Wendy, at 9/20/2008 11:21 AM  

I really like it, there was a lot of information in there that was new to me which I'm suprised about because I thought it was just going to be about the typical stuff (omega 3s, hfcs, trans fats) but it was very informative. I think the talking was a little robotic though which might turn some people off to listening to this.

By Blogger Ann, at 9/23/2008 1:07 PM  

For some reason it had not occurred to me to think about supplements for my daughter yet - good tip!

By Blogger Shelly, at 9/23/2008 1:28 PM  

I thought the podcasts were pretty informative, but nothing I didn't already know.

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By Anonymous hazel, at 9/27/2008 12:59 AM  

I found them to be very informative.

By Blogger dani, at 9/27/2008 9:26 PM  

Good information. Thanks for the link.

By Blogger Anne, at 9/28/2008 1:11 PM  

Podcast was great. The more information, the better.

By Blogger krosburn, at 9/28/2008 6:23 PM  

i really enjoyed, so much information!

By Blogger Samantha P, at 9/29/2008 6:57 PM  

That was a neat podcast. It reaffirmed to me how great my doctor is. He had me taking DHA while pregnant with my youngest and it helped post partem depression, but more importantly, my youngest is just zooming through her milestones and is almost walking at 7.5 months.

Michelle

By Blogger Michelle, at 9/30/2008 10:01 AM  

I never really thought of brain nutrients in particular but that just makes complete sense. I appreciated the podcast's info very much!
doot65{at}comcast[dot]net
Elizabeth

By Blogger blueviolet, at 9/30/2008 1:11 PM  

We would love to win! Thanks for a great giveaway!

By Blogger Stephanie Bruce, at 9/30/2008 4:18 PM  

I found the podcast very informative. I learned a lot about nutrition for children and growth.

By Blogger zwriter, at 9/30/2008 6:05 PM  

I thought the podcast was very interesting. I am happy I've been giving the kids some of the recommended supplements!

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By Anonymous LeeAnn P., at 9/30/2008 6:06 PM  

Excellent information on EFA's and why our growing children need them.


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By Blogger janetfaye, at 9/30/2008 8:17 PM  

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