When a friend gave me a pair of Happy Feet insoles,  I was skeptical: I really didn’t need my feet to feel better. With all the yoga I do they feel pretty close to amazing. However, a pair of  Happy Feet was now in my closet, so I gave the insoles a quick try.  Having Happy Feet in my  shoes made me feel lighter and more balanced, like I feel after a good yoga class.  Pretty soon I was wearing my Happy Feet everywhere, from the supermarket to my stroller walk ; and  looking for ways to stick these insoles into my flip-flops ( yes, you can do it.) The insoles are great if you spend a lot of time on your feet or would like to have your joints better protected while you are exercising. They would also feel  amazing for pregnant women, because they work wonders at redistributing your weight in the most optimal way.  Happy Feet insoles also relieve Plantar Fasciiatis, corn and calluses, heel spurs, foot ulcers, Morton’s neuroma, back and knee pain and more! And they are machine washable.

note: This review reflects my independent opinion of Happy Feet. It was not endorsed in any way and I was not paid to write it.

And the best news is…. Healthy Mama Info is having its first giveaway!

Two lucky winners will recieve a pair of Happy Feet insoles absolutely free. Here’s what it takes to enter:

Here’s how to enter this giveaway:

Mandatory Entry: 
 Become a public follower of  Healthy Mama Info Blog  ( the link is on the top left corner) and tell me you did so in a comment.

For more entries:

Subscribe to Healthy Mama Info Blog and comment about it. (1 entry)

Blog about this giveaway and link back to this post.(2 entries)

Like Healthy Mama on Facebook. Make sure you write your facebook name in the entry for this one. (2 entries)

The deadline for this giveaway is April 30th at 11:59 pm EST, at which time a winner will be randomely chosen. Make sure that you are a PUBLIC follower and include your email in your comments because if I can’t get a hold of you, you can’t win! If you are chosen as a winner, I will email you, asking you for your shoe size in order to ship you the right pair of insoles.