Thank Your Body Thursday # 17

Thank Your Body Thursday # 17

Welcome to Thank Your Body Thursday! It’s that time of the week where you link up your healthy-living posts!

Here are the most clicked posts from last week:

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 1. Homemade Chocolate (Gaps, Paleo) by Real Food Forager

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2. How many hours of sleep do you need a night for optimal health? by Health Extremist

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3. Stress and what to do about it by A Joyful Mother

Love them all!

Don’t forget: You must link back to this post in order to be featured. I had one post that had enough clicks for a feature, but no link back.  Sadness ensued. 

It’s time to share your posts!

Bloggers, use the linky tool on the bottom of this post to share your healthy living tips and posts. Non-bloggers, feel free to add a comment here with any ideas or thoughts you have to “thank” our bodies. Every week I will be featuring the most viewed posts so link-up your best ones. I will also be featuring my personal favorite posts on my facebook page throughout the week:

There are only 2 simple guidelines I’d like for you to follow:

1. Posts should be about healthy living. Keep in mind the mission of Thank Your Body.  Some ideas:

  • Real food recipes
  • Exercise, yoga, and other fitness topics
  • Toxic-free living, all natural care products, healthy DIY, or other “green” tips
  • Homeopathic or other natural approaches to health and medicine
  • Inspirational or motivational posts on healthy living, etc.

Please NO:

  • Recipes using processed foods, refined sugar/flour, etc. (And we’re not real big on weight watchers, low-fat, calorie restrictive, or other “diet” foods here. Just real food.)
  • Product endorsements
  • Links to other blog carnivals
  • Extreme anything. (Health is about balance, not fads.)

2. Please link your posts back to THIS post. Linking back here helps build our little community by sending your readers to all of the other posts shared. If you don’t link back, your post will be deleted.

If you don’t not link back you cannot be featured!

That’s it!

Let’s get this party started!



NOTE: Due to an never-ending cesspool of spam, I have made the tough decision to close comments 14 days after the original posting of all posts. If you have a burning question or are looking for support in your journey to healthy living, please join the Thank Your Body Friends facebook page here.


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About the author

Hi! I'm and I’m passionate about healthy living: feeling nourished, having energy, getting good sleep, and feeling strong. I believe healthy living does not have to be complicated or stressful. I’m a Registered Somatic Movement Therapist (RSMT) and a Certified Laban/Bartenieff Movement Analyst (CLMA). I’m also an avid researcher and love to read about nutrition, the body, and toxic-free living. Learn more.

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  14. Eileen

    Thanks for hosting again. This week, I shared 2 articles (1) The hows & whys of bone broth, including photos of marrow bones and oxtail for those new to sourcing bones.(2) Another dietary healing success story by Robyn, who put her Lupus into remission through the paleo protocol. Food is powerful!

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  19. Sandra Boehner

    Hi thanks for hosting this event :-)

    This week I shared a hearty stew recipe:

    Lamb Bolognese – but with a sweet twist: Butternut Squash. The vegetarian version with red lentils works nicely, too.

    Have a fab weekend!

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