We’ve teamed up with Earthmiles to reward you for staying healthy!

October 26, 2015

Here at MyHealthyNibbles, we’re dedicated to bring you more ways to easily integrate healthy habits to your every day life—so we’ve created unique rewards with Earthmiles, giving you 50% off our Mini Boxes!

What do you need to get this reward?

It’s simple. Just be healthy and stay active!

We have partnered up with our friends at Earthmiles because we care about you and your health. Quite simply put, Earthmiles is a place to be good to yourself and to the earth – a loyalty programme towards your own wellness.

When you join Earthmiles you are going to find some extra little motivation to stay active. Maybe skip the bus and walk it next time? Or ditch the tube and bike to work?

Because every time you walk, run, cycle or do yoga, Earthmiles rewards you with exclusive rewards. Just to make you think about your movement that little bit more.

It’s not a lottery. It’s not a lucky draw. You have to EARN this reward! No chance, no luck, just hard work!

How do you get started? You download the Earthmiles app and link it to your favourite fitness tracker. You will then be automatically awarded ‘earthmiles’ (like air-miles but you’ve got to move on the ground!)

How’s that for a healthy, happy challenge?





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