Paleo Valentine’s

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10 PLR articles about Paleo Valentine’s Day
(Word and .txt format)

  1. Paleo Chocolate Treats – 467 words
  2. Paleo Cookies – 407 words
  3. Paleo Breakfast in Bed – 460 words
  4. Paleo Foods to Improve Your Sex Drive – 470 words
  5. Romantic Paleo Desserts for Two – 460 words
  6. Romantic Paleo Dinners – 497 words
  7. Healthy and Romantic Valentine’s Treats – 420 words
  8. Special Valentine’s Lunches for Kids – 422 words
  9. Eating Out on Valentine’s Day – 452 words
  10. Valentines Drinks – 402 words
  11. Bonus Paleo Valentine’s Party – 407 words

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Sample 1

Let’s face it, cavemen probably didn’t eat cookies. However, that doesn’t mean that modern folks can’t enjoy them. Paleo cookies are a great way to curb sweet tooth cravings without compromising your paleo diet. And with the overwhelming popularity of paleo and health conscious eating, new recipes are continually being developed and can be easily found online. Multiple blogs, Pinterest, and Facebook pages share recipes on a daily basis. With just a little research, you’ll be sure to find something that you like.

Sample 2

If you and your loved one have to spend part of Valentine’s day apart, consider sending them off with a portable Valentine’s day treat. Imagine their surprise when they open up their lunch box or brief case to discover that you are thinking about them. Remember, your treat doesn’t have to be complicated or over the top, just something small that lets those most important to you know that you are thinking about them. If you don’t have time to prepare your own small Valentine’s day treats, there are many online paleo bakeries that specialize in making small paleo treats.

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