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Posts I Like From the Do Follow Group

do follow logoUnless you are a blogger yourself, then you’ll probably have no idea what the “U Comment I Follow” logo means. If you want to find out then click here, otherwise just have a look at some of the posts below.


Ginger: Natural Tonic For The Digestive System

Avocado Wrap

Healthy veggie spaghetti sauce-yummy too!

Elegant eco-friendly fair trade jewelry by Beau Coco

I’ve Been Reviewed by “Cash for Comments”

As Natural Health Remedies is a blog and being social is what keeps blogging alive, I decided to take part in a Free ReviewMe offered by CASH for COMMENTS owner “Mr P”.

What he says about my site is quite interesting. First of all he likes my blog layout and logo plus the article I wrote on how to cure bad breath . But then he commented that I should put my photo onto the About Me page. It’s funny how everyone has a different take on things like this, I mainly put my photo there because that’s what Allan Gardyne does.

There’s so many MFA (Made for Adsense) sites which are thrown up using blogs. They’re created with no love and attention plus they’re very faceless. With my blog I want people to know that I’m a real person, you can leave a comment and I’ll reply.

Another blogger Nate Whitehill talks about the importance of choosing a header image. For reason number 4 he talks about how he has placed his own photo in the header: “I recently added my photo to the top of my header and have already noticed my subscriber count go up.”

For now I think I’ll keep me photo where it is 🙂

If you have a blog and want a free review, check out Mr P’s blog site and leave him 5 comments.

We’ve Joined the Health Carnival

Natural Health Remedies is now taking part in a Health Carnival hosted by FitBuff

So what does this mean? Well, the idea is to bring like-minded bloggers together so we can promote each others favourite posts. Well, at least that’s what I could decipher from the info on the website.

Having had a look through the other Carnival participants posts, here are the ones that stand out to me:

Warming up before running or doing exercise – Warming up has important benefits on both the physical and mental level. Your car can’t go from neutral to top gear all at once, and it’s the exact same with your body.

Weightlifting On Any Budget – We’ve all heard that walking 30 or so minutes a day can improve our health. And it can! But all that emphasis on cardio exercise causes many of us to overlook another important component of any fitness routine: strength training.

Core Abdominal Power Yoga Exercises – Free Book of Kundalini Yoga Poses & Kriyas – Ch 3 – The following set of Kundalini Yoga exercises builds the naval center and works on the 3rd Chakra (energy vortex) of the Kundalini Energy System.