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4 Feb

Vote Yes on Proposition Mark’s Daily Apple

MDANeedsYoucopy2copyPresidential primary politics is really heating up! With recruitment efforts at an all time high we’ve been inspired to jump on the bandwagon and do a little recruiting of our own. icon wink

Pumping out health and nutrition information day-in day-out is a labor of love. But just like politics, without voter participation and turnout everyone loses. So we are asking you to get behind us and help us take Mark’s Daily Apple to the next level!

Why are we asking for your support?
There are a couple things at work here:

1. In order to be able to continue to bring free health advice and news to everyone we’ve got to keep traffic levels on the rise.

On a related note, and more importantly:

2. We believe we have an important message to bring to people. (And we think you think so too!)

We are here to challenge and rethink conventional health wisdom, to be a scrappy watch dog – sussing out quacks, disinformation and questionable studies – and to encourage and offer tips on how to best lead a healthy lifestyle.

If you believe we have the best health blog on the net join us in spreading the good word!

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  1. Done – your blog was added to mine!

    Ryan Denner wrote on February 4th, 2008
  2. Thanks for the support, Ryan!

    Aaron wrote on February 4th, 2008
  3. Somewhere in the 25 draft blog posts I haven’t finished and posted yet is one about youse guys. I promise to post it this week. (My blog only gets between 100 and 200 hits a day, not a ton. And I’m sure some of them get there erroneously. And I’m sure some of the others already read MDA. But hey, if it brings you a half dozen readers, I’m happy to do it.)

    P.S. Sorry I missed the Fruity Cheerios contest, but I would’ve probably guessed Pop Tarts anyway.

    Migraineur wrote on February 4th, 2008
  4. I’ve been stumbling this stuff for months now. Stumble is probably my favorite online tool. Though, a warning to people thinking of installing it: you can get caught up stumbling and end up reading fake eulogies, or staring at photoshopped pictures of presidential candidate mammals until 3 or 4am. Ah, internets.

    Gina wrote on February 4th, 2008
  5. Your link is on my blog.
    Also shameless plug on today’s entry.
    MF packets in the pic of my breakfast.

    I have also been forwarding the blog to family and friends.
    Marc

    http://www.feelgoodeating.blogspot.com

    tatsujin wrote on February 5th, 2008

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