We’re wrapping up Week 2 of the 2014 VegOut! Challenge… how are you doing? Need a little boost? Let us tell you about one of the prizes YOU could win, just by eating all 30 of those veggies…
Deer Lake Lodge & Spa, an exclusive destination health spa and wellness resort, promotes enhanced living through holistic cleansing and other therapeutic approaches in a relaxing, secluded environment. Located on a 50-acre rustic-chic oasis, only 40 minutes from central Houston and 15 minutes from The Woodlands, the green-constructed health haven is a country mile away from stress. Deer Lake Lodge & Spa’s ideology is to rejuvenate the body, mind and spirit through organic spa treatments, juice-fasting programs, raw foods classes, yoga and spiritual enrichment workshops. Through these holistic services and treatments, guests will return home not only feeling cleansed and relaxed, but energized and educated about living enhanced and healthier lives.
THE GRAND PRIZE: Experience wellness, pure and simple, with a 3 day/2 night stay at Deer Lake Lodge Spa & Resort. The package includes a suite for two, plus a range of feel-good activities, from juicing and raw foods class, yoga and life enhancement classes and use of the salt water pool and hot tub and hiking trails.
Guests can also indulge in the resort’s array of refreshing spa treatments.
Sounds pretty dreamy, right? How do you qualify for a chance to win? Simply finish the 30-Day challenge and submit your completed Veggie Log by April 4, and you’ll be entered into the drawing for a host of fantastic prizes.
Learn more about Deer Lake Lodge & Spa on their website, and follow them on Facebook and Twitter.
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Celery, poblano peppers, cabbage, mustard greens, spinach, corn, beets, seaweed, red peppers, asparagus, avocado, tomato, plantain, chilero with broccoli and cauliflower, cassava, mushrooms, jicama, onion, sorrel, baby kale, endive, zucchini, cucumber, mixed lettuces, radish, opo squash, okra, sprouts, vine leaves, carrots, fennel, brussels sprouts, and more. I posted one veggie per day on facebook and it was great fun!