Friday, February 6, 2015

The healthiest chocolate you can eat (giveaway)

Earlier this week we sent out our “This Chocolate is MoreImportant Thank Your Valentine” (yup) newsletter.  We highlighted all our chocolate loves from on-the-go oatmeal with cacao (chocolate for breakfast) to our newest Nutella-sque crush Rawmio. Today, we’re giving away a jar of these 8-calorie heart-shaped beauties that just happen to contain 10 billion probiotics per piece ($30 value). 

The question no longer is “how can probiotics help me” but is there anything probiotics cannot do?
  • If you’re sniffling as you read this, probiotics for your immune system.
  • If you’re “blocked up” yup, something’s off kilter in your GI system
  • Winter blues? I mean can anyone escape them this year? The gut is the second brain. Yup there’s a serotonin factory in there (or not depending)
  • There are weight benefits too; I’ll avoid the fecal transplant dets. since this is allegedly a Valentiney post.
  • If you're nodding along to ALL OF THE ABOVE? I hear you, you need these hearts.
Enter by following these three simple steps
  1.  Comment below and tell me if you’ve boarded the probiotic love train yet and what probiotic foods you eat. OR, your favorite chocolate (healthy or not).
  2. Like Foodtrainers on Facebook (we don’t show our FB page as much love) 
  3. Tweet @Foodtrainers is giving away @WCOrganics probiotic chocolate hearts  #probiotic #iheartprobiotics #probioticgiveaway or #givemeprobioitcs. 
You  have until Valentine's Day to enter. 

21 comments:

  1. I have boarded the probiotic train. I enjoy Kefir and probiotic capsulses. Would love to try some probiotic chocolate.

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  2. Yes, I eat probiots: kefir, some yogurt, sauerkraut, kimchi... Would love to try the chocolates! :)

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  3. I like your FB page, and I just tweeted. :)

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  4. Thanks Andrea, hopefully you get to try these. This probiotic bandwagon is a good one.

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  5. So interesting both of you who have commented are kefir people. For some reason, even though I recommend it, I don't kefir a lot. I miso, kimchi, yogurt more...

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  6. I love yogurt for probiotics. I liked you you facebook and tweeted https://twitter.com/nadya55k/status/564104208325292032

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  7. I like dark chocolate the most.

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  8. My favorite chocolate is actually a combo of chocolate and peanut butter. I love Reese's Peanut Butter Cups!

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  9. I like you on Facebook as Connie Sowards

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  10. I tweeted:

    https://twitter.com/rosewopuppy/status/564546221071941633

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  11. Sorry, I can't mess with tweeting! But do try Lamourette (www.lamourettechocolat.com). They have a 91% cacao extra smooth dark chocolate that is absolutely out of this world. Lots of other flavors that also look great but I have not yet tried. Thanks for all these recommendations!

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  12. I am a big fan of greek yogurt, kefir, pickles, kimchi, and sauerkraut. Apparently, I love my probiotics!

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  13. I like Foodtrainers on facebook :)

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  14. I tweeted: https://twitter.com/j_mosh/status/564973263269679105

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  15. yes, yogurt

    bn100candg at hotmail dot com

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  16. I haven't tried many probiotic foods yet (that I know of). I've heard a lot about them though!

    madelinebrubaker {at} gmail [dot] com

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  17. Tweet link: https://twitter.com/shala_darkstone/status/565857088568848384

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  18. I "like" your Facebook page (FB name: Madeline Brubaker).

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  19. Just ate Mother In Law's Kimchee last night. I much prefer my probiotics in chocolate form!!!

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  20. Probiotics, good. Chocolate, good. Combination of the two, great! Look forward to checking these out -- thanks for the tip!

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  21. I do some probiotics in yogurt. And my favorite chocolate is...any chocolate.

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