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Vegan on a Budget: Making Veganism an Affordable Lifestyle

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Vegan on a Budget: Making Veganism an Affordable Lifestyle

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Mar 24, 2016


Making Vegan Healthy, Simple and Cheap - Save Money, Eat Smart, Live Well

“Vegan on a Budget” is a simple guide to saving money while on a vegan diet. Veganism can easily be adapted to fit into most lives, regardless of income. It is a myth that eating a vegan diet is expensive by nature. Truthfully, vegan diets are very accommodating to tight budgets. Being on a budget can be easy if you are vegan, but “Vegan on a Budget” offers some tips you should be aware of to save the most money possible. When it comes down to it, plant-foods are almost always cheaper than animal foods, not to mention kinder to your body and the planet.

However, many upscale stores will have you believing that healthy foods should be expensive, and you can find yourself going way over budget in no time. To prevent that from happening to you, “Vegan on a Budget” shares money-saving tips that even the practiced vegans do every day. It is pretty simple to stick to your budget if you follow these tips, and you may even have plenty of leftover food at the end of the week as a bonus.

"Vegan on a Budget: Making Veganism an Affordable Lifestyle" explains what veganism is, how to shop for the proper foods and save money too. You'll learn what you can eat on a vegan diet, and what to avoid, all while getting sufficient nourishment. Eat healthfully and save money, too!

In “Vegan on a Budget,” you will find practical advice for:
-Tips on saving money
-How you benefit your budget and the environment
-Meeting your unique nutritional need and goals
-Where to find the best deals
-Macronutrients (protein, carbs, fats) and how they fit into a vegan lifestyle
-Getting the proper amount of nutrients such as Fiber, Vitamin A, Vitamin B1, Vitamin B6, Vitamin C, Vitamin E, Calcium, Folate, Iron, Zinc
-Consuming healthy fats and avoiding the unhealthy fats
-How to fit your nutrition to meet the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) dietary guidelines
-The $52 Challenge - one week of groceries to meet USDA-suggested guidelines
-A sample grocery list
-A 7-Day Sample Meal Plan with a complete price spend down sheet
-Numerous recipes to incorporate into your meals
-Additional tips to stretch your dollar with bulk items and seasonings
-So much more
Scroll to the top of the page and click the buy button to start saving money on a healthy vegan diet TODAY!

Mar 24, 2016

Informazioni sull'autore

Lewis Haas is a father of 3 girls and a freelance writer. He enjoys daily meditation, exercising and spending time with his family. Currently residing in Tampa, Florida, his favorite time of year is winter when he meditates in the great outdoors.

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Vegan on a Budget - Lewis Haas

Vegan on a Budget

Making Veganism an Affordable Lifestyle

By Lewis Haas

© 2015


Although the author and publisher have made every effort to ensure that the information in this book was correct at press time, the author and publisher do not assume and hereby disclaim any liability to any party for any loss, damage, or disruption caused by errors or omissions, whether such errors or omissions result from negligence, accident, or any other cause.

This is an informational guide and is not intended as a substitute for medical or professional services. Readers are urged to consult a variety of sources such as their medical doctor, dietitian or nutritionist. The information expressed herein is the opinion of the author and is not intended to reflect upon any person or company. The author shall have no responsibility or liability with respect to any loss or damage caused, or alleged, by the information or application contained in this guide. One Jacked Monkey, LLC, and the author are not associated nor represent any product or vendor mentioned in this book.

Introduction: The True Cost of Food

Chapter One: Meeting your Nutritional Goals on a Budget

Chapter Two: Veganism: An Affordable Lifestyle

Chapter Three: The $52 Challenge

Chapter Four: Conclusion & Future Considerations

About the Author


Introduction: The True Cost of Food

Are you thrifty at the grocery store, or do you take a more liberal viewpoint towards your spending? The answer, according to the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA), may surprise you. The USDA uses the following terms to categorize expenditures on food:

-Thrifty Plan

-Low-Cost Plan

-Moderate Cost Plan

-Liberal Plan

What would a thrifty person spend each week on food? All food is cooked at home and there is no eating out. Would he spend $50 or $60? In fact, he spends just $38.20 on groceries. That $50-$60 guess aligns with the moderate plan. Someone who falls under this plan spends $59.80 on food per week. The results are nationwide, so the spending does not factor in higher costs of living in places like San Francisco, New York, or Washington D.C.¹

When I read over the spending plans for individuals and families (a family of 4 spends $149.50 per week on groceries), my first thought was, "But what are

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