Staci Bishop

Tuesday, September 9, 2014

[GIVEAWAY] Pink Stork $100 Prize Pack

If you are pregnant or planning to become pregnant, I'm glad you stopped by. I have an awesome giveaway for you. Even if you aren't expecting, this giveaway is perfect for any woman wanting to boost her health naturally. Just, stick with me until the end. I promise you are going to want these products too!

Expecting a baby is an exciting time. However, all that excitement can be quickly halted by pesky morning sickness, experienced by 70-90% of pregnant women. Symptoms of nausea and vomiting may vary from mild to severe. The most extreme form of morning sickness is called hyperemesis gravadarum, which can result in dehydration and weight loss. HG typically requires medical treatment and possible hospitalization. Hyperemesis gravadarum has been in the news most recently because of Kate Middleton who has experienced this condition in both of her pregnancies.

Research points to some possible causes of morning sickness.

According to Obstetrics & Gynecology (April 1998), 90% of women with HG also tested positive for h. pylori. The most common treatment is antibiotics but many are not approved during pregnancy. In addition they can be expensive and cause anti-biotic resistance. However, this study showed that probiotics have an inhibitory effect on h. pylori and reduce the associated gastric inflammation. Another study showed that h. pylori was rapidly inactivated by lauric acid, an ingredient only found in breastmilk and coconut oil.

Research also shows that women with hyperemesis gavadarum are deficient in magnesium. In fact, magnesium replenishment is part of the standard protocol for dehydration. I first learned about magnesium deficiency during pregnancy over at Modern Alternative Pregnancy and have been reading more and more stories of women who have had success in eliminating debilitating morning sickness by supplementing this mineral.  However, you need to understand that magnesium is most effective when absorbed through the skin.

The good news? Pink Stork carries a full line of all-natural products shown to attack the root problems associated with morning sickness.

nYn has teamed up with Pink Stork to offer one lucky reader a prize pack valued at over $100 containing these full-sized products.

Pro - Prenatal Probiotic

I always encourage a good probiotic, pregnant or not. This one contains 6 probiotic strands known for fighting bacteria. Gut health is SO important!


This product I'm really excited about. It's derived from coconut oil and is a form of lauric acid. Not only does it help fight bacteria but it's an immune booster as well!


Remember, the best way to get magnesium into the system is through the skin. Many women are lacking this key mineral. These pure and natural magnesium flakes are perfect for a warm bath or foot soak.


If you are out and about and on the go, this mist is perfect! It is packed with magnesium to ensure quick and convenient relief. Women are using it to aid sleep, increase energy, ease migraines, relieve nausea and more!

To enter to win, see the Rafflecopter giveaway below. This giveaway will end on Monday, September 15th at 11:59 pm. A winner will be selected at random and notified via email.

*This giveaway is Sponsored by Pink Stork. All opinions and text are my own.

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