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Free PLR: Calcium Chart & Challenge

Hi I’m back with another “FREE Money-Making Content for You”Friday!

Friday is the day where I give you free content that you can use on your blog. Hurray!

Today, I have something a little different for those of you who are in the food or homemaking or health niches.

It's a Family Calcium Challenge & Chart to help your readers to get enough Calcium every day! 🙂

It's by my friend, Alice Seba, who has more food and fitness PLR here: Food & Fitness PLR.

Here's what to do:

1. Click here to download it: Calcium Chart: For Healthy Bones (.zip file)

2. 2. Add your URL, a picture (see below) or any fun offer you'd like. Post it on your blog. 🙂

3. Be sure to check out what Alice has to offer here: Food & Health PLR


Nicole Dean

PS. I also found you some cool pictures you can use in the chart when you give it to your readers.  Pictures of Milk.

I appreciate shares and I adore comments! Please share your thoughts.

  • Sandy Halliday

    Interesting chart. I would not be able to post it without adding a lot of text.

    the fact is most Americans & Britains are more deficient in magnesium than calcium. The reason for this is that calcium is readily available in most people’s diets but magnesium is not because the main sources are whole grains, green vegetables, legumes and nuts.

    Having too much calcium in the diet without sufficient magnesium will cause it to be deposited in places that it should not be. There are many other things I could add about drinking all that milk for calcium but I won’t go on.

    What is needed is a magnesium challenge chart as well. Perhaps Alice could oblige!

    Sandy ( with my nutritionist hat on!)

  • Pamela Hollows

    Great comment about the magnesium-thanks. I new that I was eating almonds daily for some reason but had forgotten why!

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