Vegan on a Budget Part 2: More Ways to Save

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Chuck shed 265 pounds by conquering food addiction and devoting himself to a healthier lifestyle! Eight years later, he’s maintaining the weight loss by eating a plant-based diet. Going vegan once seemed unthinkable to Chuck, but now it’s going back to eating processed meat and dairy that would be inconceivable.

Neal Barnard M.D.
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Dr. Neal Barnard, a real-life rock star and authority on plant-based living, motivates and inspires both new vegans and those who have been plant-powered for life.

Vegan On A Budget

Vegan on a Budget Part 2: More Ways to Save
 

You don’t have to go broke eating a vegan diet! We’ve already proven that two people can eat a plant-based diet for a full week for just $40. Now, “The Weight Loss Champion” Chuck Carroll and the Physicians Committee’s Lee Crosby, R.D., share even more ways to save that can be fun and adventurous. You’ll learn about a produce auction — it’s like Sotheby's for fruits and vegetables!

Plus, there is a big benefit to unit pricing. Think about a watermelon. If the store is charging $5 per watermelon, one might be four pounds, while another might be six pounds. Which are you going to buy? Go for the larger melon and get your money’s worth!

You’ll also hear more tips and tricks to help you navigate a farmers market to maximize your savings.

 

 

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