It’s time again for a True Knowledge Book Club giveaway, and this month we’re celebrating women with Christiane Northrup’s Mother-Daughter Wisdom: Understanding the Crucial Link Between Mothers, Daughters, and Health.

We’re giving away this awesome book as a thank you to those of you who are currently or have participated in book club discussions. Five people will win SIGNED copies, and everyone has up to five chances to win. Giveaway winners will be announced on Thursday, May 24, 2012.

We encourage all of you to take part in the conversation at on the True Knowledge Book Club forum. Thanks for stopping by, and good luck!

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18 replies
  1. Yolanda K Parker
    Yolanda K Parker says:

    Dr Christiane Northrup is a fabulous speaker and author. I love her style, attitude, concern and sincerity. I’m sure this book on mother-daughter wisdom has plenty to wrap our minds and hearts around! Winning an autographed copy would be an awesome blessing!! Thank You!!

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  2. Dyann Lyon
    Dyann Lyon says:

    I love Christiane Northrup’s work and have not read this particular book, yet. It would be lovely to win it, perhaps as a gift for my own daughter. 😀

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  3. Russell Blumer
    Russell Blumer says:

    Working out at the gym as well as golfing, it is roughly 10,000 plus steps for 9 holes of golf and can do this with my family, every one benefits.

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  4. Eileen Peterson
    Eileen Peterson says:

    The sub-title of this 738-page book is “Creating a Legacy of Physical and Emotional Health”. As with other “USANA-person related books” (such as Healthy Home, Denis Waitley’s and John Maxwell’s books), it is an all-encompassing HANDBOOK to be kept close and consulted for guidance often. Christiane writes about serious AND delicate subjects with forthrightness. Right now I’m interested in her comments about competition and cooperation as I have grand daughters in team sports. Definitely worth a buy, keep and share!

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  5. Carissa Hills
    Carissa Hills says:

    To keep myself and family healthy we take optimal amounts of USANA supplements for our needs and we get plenty of “natural” vitamin D by spending a lot of time outdoors as a family.

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  6. Freuline Inez Tafalla
    Freuline Inez Tafalla says:

    We’re now trying to have a healthy diet as compared from the past few years. At least more into veggies and less meat.

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  7. Kate McGrail
    Kate McGrail says:

    As the mother of two grown daughters, a daughter-in-law and several nieces whom I think of as ‘nearly’ daughters, I value any information out there that provides insight to the connection (both physical and mental) between mothers and daughters and women in general. Since Usana became part of our lives, I have become keenly aware of the value of good nutrition as it relates to my health and the health of my family. I’ve been a fan of Dr. Northrup’s for some time. Her endorsement of the Usana products makes me feel even more confident when I recommend them to my family and friends.

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  8. Judy Knight
    Judy Knight says:

    Finally I was able to get to this blog post site. I still don’t know how I did it.
    I have enjoyed 2 of Dr Northrup’s books. This one on mothers and daughters is of particular interest to me b/c my daughter is getting to the menopause age. I’m sure Dr Northrup has some wisdom on communicating about that subject. Or maybe not – she’s not that old yet. 🙂

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  9. Nicole Yelle
    Nicole Yelle says:

    I read a few books from Dr. Northrup I specially still consult my book on menopause from time to time. I am very curious to find out what she has to say about mothers and daughters.
    Thanks for everything you write.

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  10. Erika Hilliard
    Erika Hilliard says:

    This is the one book I have been wanting to read! Having two daughter who are my pride and joy, it makes me want to be better and healthier so I can be an example. That was not the example my mother gave me. Besides our entire family taking the USANA supplements, exercise is a must as well as eating healthy meals TOGETHER!

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  11. Sherry Treiber
    Sherry Treiber says:

    Besides using Usana supplements daily, we are also spending more time outside getting our vitamin D (thank you Lyle MacWilliam), eating more low glycemic foods (yay for Nutrimeal shakes, bars and Rev 3!) and working on getting more restful sleep (thank you Dr. Ladd McNamara). These are so very important!

    Also – Dr. Christiane Northrup rocked @ Convention last year! Can’t WAIT to hear her again. Love reading her posts in Facebook. Looking forward to reading this book. My grown daughters and an almost daughter-in-law and I will share it all.

    Thank you!

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  12. Lora Ulrich
    Lora Ulrich says:

    In addition to our family using USANA’s supplements, we incorporate healthy eating plan, moderate exercise, plenty of water, proper reset and a happy, healthy mindset. I love seeing our granddaughters being taught a healthy lifestyle by our daughter and our 6yr old granddaughter loves taking her USANA too. 🙂

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  13. Deanna Waters
    Deanna Waters says:

    Christine Northrup brings so much wisdom to every topic. I look forward to reading this book on mothers and daughters to enrich my relationship with my phenomenal daughters!

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  14. Linda Miller Ware
    Linda Miller Ware says:

    Having met Dr. Northrup and many of her family, I can highly recommend this book and the Usana products she also believes in. Womens health and nutrition is a favorite topic to me in my work as a Nurse Practitioner

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  15. Linda Miller Ware
    Linda Miller Ware says:

    I’ve met Dr Northrup and many of her family. I highly recommend this book and the Usana products. Womens health and nutrition are favorite topics to me in my work as a Nurse Prcatitioner

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  16. Paul Rohatensky
    Paul Rohatensky says:

    How inspirational! It was my mother who had inspired me to pursue a healthy lifestyle through better nutrition. As my mother and I stood by my father, recovering from his first of three bypass operations, she had said, “Paul, sometimes your food looks better in the garbage than it does on you!” Hearing those words, when I was just 18 years old, was a pivotal moment, that has stuck with me all these years. To me, this means we should not be picky, but we cannot afford not to be selective with what we put into our bodies.

    In addition to supplementation, I have several “kitchen essentials” that I try to include in our family’s daily intake. These include: garlic, oregano and cayenne pepper, which will usually go into anything I cook, including eggs, pasta sauce, curry and soups; cinnamon in our Nutrimeal, yogurt and fruit smoothies; and an assortment of fresh, or frozen berries, including blackberries, raspberries and blueberries. If there was an 80/20 rule when it comes to health, I believe it would be 80% nutrition and 20% fitness. Even when we are not working out or participating in sports, our bodies need good nutrition.

    Mother/Son Wisdom, indeed! 🙂

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