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Table of Contents for Take the Pledge to Go Plant-Based for 30 Days PLR Ebook:

Introduction: What is a Plant-Based Diet?……………………….. 4

Why 30 Days?…………………………………………………………….. 4

Types of Plant-Based Diets…………………………………………….. 6

#1 The Vegetarian………………………………………………………. 6

#2 Vegan…………………………………………………………………… 6

#2 Lacto-Ovo……………………………………………………………… 7

#3 Pescetarian…………………………………………………………… 7

#4 Flexitarian…………………………………………………………….. 7

Your New Food Groups………………………………………………….. 9

Nuts………………………………………………………………………….. 9

Seeds………………………………………………………………………… 9

Whole Grains……………………………………………………………. 10

Starchy Veggies………………………………………………………… 11

Non-Starchy Veggies…………………………………………………. 12

Fruits………………………………………………………………………. 13

Beans………………………………………………………………………. 13

Fats and Oils…………………………………………………………….. 13

Dairy Alternatives…………………………………………………….. 13

Meat Alternatives……………………………………………………… 14

Choosing Your Approach………………………………………………. 15

Cold Tofurky…………………………………………………………….. 15

Easing into It……………………………………………………………. 16

Plant-Based Meal Ideas……………………………………………….. 17

Breakfast:………………………………………………………………… 17

Lunch………………………………………………………………………. 17

Dinner……………………………………………………………………… 17

Snacks…………………………………………………………………….. 18

What to Expect……………………………………………………………. 19

Withdrawal………………………………………………………………. 19

Cravings………………………………………………………………….. 19

More Planning………………………………………………………….. 20

Explanations…………………………………………………………….. 20

Rewards………………………………………………………………….. 20

10 Tips for Success……………………………………………………… 21

Taking It to The Next Level………………………………………….. 23

 

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Why 30 Days?

As you’ve seen from the title of this eBook, it’s all about following a plant based diet for 30 days. Why 30 days? Why not just one week, why not forever?

The truth is that we are all raised within a certain culture of food. And, for most people, this means that we are very used to eating meat. It can be quite daunting to think about completely giving it up forever, but at the same time it takes some time to adapt and get a real feel for a new diet.

This is why we recommend 30 days: it’s long enough to make a difference and help you see results, and it’s short enough not to be too daunting for those who have never tried this kind of diet before.

However, you are free to set your own rules. Perhaps you’ll start with just a few plant based days per week and go from there, maybe you’ll only eat plant based at home and still eat a standard diet when out. Whatever works for you!

Many people even find that they want to continue once the 30 days is up. That’s great too and can be a great benefit to your health and environment, so just see what feels right.

Above all else, we hope that the information and diet tips in this book will set you up for a more varied diet, now and in the future.

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Introduction

Preservatives, trans fats, refined sugar, sodium, MSG and other harmful ingredients are found in most processed foods. This leads to a much higher rate of contracting diabetes, cancers, heart conditions, Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s and other neurological disorders, and other serious health problems.

On the other hand, a plant-based diet has been directly linked to a longer, healthier life. Your internal processes work properly, meaning your external body looks and feels strong and healthy. Your brain is sharper than if you ate fast foods and processed foods, and you drastically reduce the risk of developing all of the dangerous health conditions listed above.

Still, you wonder if you will be trading in flavorful, delicious foods for flavorless alternatives that you feel like you are eating because you HAVE to, and not because you WANT to. The good news is this – eating a healthy, plant-based diet does not mean missing out on the foods, the flavors and textures that you love. Simply swap out the following healthy, plant-based ingredients and food products for their less healthier counterparts you are currently enjoying, and your health gets a boost without your taste buds becoming upset.

Use Seitan and Tofu Instead of Meat

Seitan makes a healthy replacement for beef. You can consider seitan the “vegetarian wheat meat” that closely resembles the texture of beef, steak and other red meats. Seitan was originally developed by 7th century Buddhist monks. They figured out how to separate gluten from wheat, and discovered that seitan made an excellent meat replacement. Seitan took off as a meat substitute in the 1970s when America’s counterculture vegetarian movement recognized it as a high source of protein that was also inexpensive and filling.

Tofu is a bean curd made from water, soybeans and a curdling or coagulating agent. It is often used in sweet or savory dishes as a meat substitute, and works great in stir fries in place of chicken. It is an excellent protein source and also delivers high levels of calcium. It is rather porous, and is therefore capable of absorbing flavors, spices and marinades effectively. The word tofu is synonymous with vegetarianism, and this meat replacement is affordable, nutritious and versatile, even honored by an annual festival in Los Angeles, California.

Syrups for Honey

Honey is made by bees. Maple and agave syrups are plant-based sweeteners. Date syrup and pure vegetable purees can also effectively replace honey. As with all other plant-based swaps, make sure you are choosing natural, organic, preservative-free products.

Swap Greens for Flour Wraps

Wraps usually begin with a large, flat, circular grain or flour-based outer shell. You place your meat, fish, vegetables, condiments and other toppings on this base, and then “wrap” the outer layer over the inner ingredients, tucking the ends over to make a spill-proof, cylindrical, handheld alternative to a sandwich.

The problem with many wrap exteriors is that they often contain animal and dairy byproducts. Greens with large leaves, like cabbage, butter lettuce, kale and collard greens, make healthy plant-based alternatives to processed wraps. You wrap your ingredients in a large leaf of those vegetables. The wonderful anticancer compounds and antioxidants found in leafy greens are just extra benefits.

In with the Cauliflower…

…for wraps, pizza crust, rice, couscous, potatoes

You just discovered how large vegetable leaves make excellent wrapping material. Did you know you can use cauliflower the same way? Natural, organic cauliflower can be ground down into powdered form using a food processor or food chopper. It can then be used as a base for breads and wraps. It is also the perfect alternative to unhealthy, processed, preservative-filled and dairy-based pizza crusts.

Cauliflower additionally makes the perfect alternative to rice or couscous. Use a food chopper, and stop when the cauliflower has been ground down to the size of rice grains. Sauté in a little coconut oil in a pan for a tasty and super-healthy rice alternative. The versatile cauliflower is not done yet. You can also swap it into a multitude of dishes were potatoes are traditionally used. The first time you taste mashed cauliflower instead of mashed potatoes, you will probably be shocked by the similarity in texture and taste.

One good book to help you realize the true versatility of cauliflower in a plant-based approach to nutrition is “Cauliflower Cookbook: Top 50 Most Delicious Cauliflower Recipes (Superfood Recipes Book 17)”, available on Amazon for immediate download, currently just $0.99.

Ditch the Dairy for Nondairy Options

Swap out dairy milk for soy or almond milk. When you were growing up, your parents probably told you to drink a lot of whole milk. Do not blame them for giving you the wrong information. They were simply passing on what they were told by their parents, and in many cases, the nutrition and food authorities in the country where they were raised. We now know that dairy causes constipation and gas, bloating and diarrhea, and has been linked to higher rates of obesity and chronic conditions like diabetes and some cancers.

That is why it is a good idea to make a plant-based swap of soy or almond milk for dairy milk. Just make sure your nondairy food product is free from carrageenan. That substance has been linked to digestive problems, from mild to severe. Vegan cheeses and yogurts also effectively replace their traditional dairy-based counterparts.

Whole Wheat or Nut Flour Instead of White Flour

White flour is not only devoid of almost all nutrition, it has also has had its nutrients replaced by unhealthy chemicals, preservatives and byproducts. White flour lasts longer on grocery store shelves when all is nutrients have been taken out.

Even when you see a sign that says “enriched” on a white flour product, that enrichment occurs only after all the natural goodness has been removed. Replacing white flour with whole wheat or nut flours makes for a healthier, plant-based choice. You can also opt for a black bean purée instead of white flour.

Plant-Based Sugar Replacements

Sugar has been linked to diabetes, overweight, obesity, cancer and a long list of health problems. This can be avoided. There are wonderful natural sweeteners. They can take the place of refined, processed sugar. Every cup of sugar that you replace with a cup of unsweetened applesauce cuts more than 600 calories from your waistline. Just be sure you read your food labels, and avoid highly processed varieties.

Vanilla extract is an often overlooked sugar replacement. You can replace up to half the sugar in any recipe with vanilla extract without dramatically changing the flavor or taste. For every cup of sugar replaced you eliminate 400 calories. In baked goods and other recipes, you can replace 1 cup of sugar with 1 teaspoon of vanilla extract + 1/2 cup of sugar.

The Stevia plant is 300 times sweeter than sugar. Another eyebrow-raising fact is that this natural plant, as sweet as it is, delivers 0 calories! For each cup of sugar in a recipe, replace with 1 teaspoon of liquid Stevia or 2 tablespoons of Stevia powder. Do not be confused by the similarly marketed Truvia, which claims to have Stevia in it. There is very little Stevia contained in Truvia.

Use an Avocado or Banana Purée Instead of Butter

Though it may not seem possible, you can replace butter with plants. A purée made from bananas or avocados contains up to 5 times fewer fat grams, as well as 400% fewer calories, than traditional butter. This swap can be used in all types of recipes, from baked goods to casseroles and anywhere else your recipe requires butter. Make an even swap, 1 cup of butter for 1 cup of banana or avocado purée. Be aware that this usually reduces cooking time up to 25%.

Swap Veggie-Based Patties for Beef Burgers

The hamburger – a bun, the condiments and toppings of your choice, and at least one patty of ground meat, usually beef. Yummy, versatile and full of protein, the hamburger can be pan-fried, flame-broiled or barbecued. Since immigrants from Hamburg, Germany introduced a broiled beef and onion beef burger patty to Ohio in the early 1800’s, the hamburger has been a commonplace and inexpensive item at American dinner tables.

Worldwide as well, the hamburger is a popular meat-based protein source. Unfortunately, studies in recent years have pointed to animal-based proteins as directly linked to higher than average cancer rates. The good news? That elevated cancer risk can be prevented, and cancer even reversed, with a plant-based diet.

Thanks to veggie-loving burger worshippers, you can still get that beefy burger taste … with a plant-versus-beef patty. Make the following veggie-for-beef swaps for some surprisingly great tasting plant burgers.

  • Black beans
  • Kidney beans
  • Mixed vegetables
  • Tofu
  • Portobello mushrooms
  • Potatoes
  • Eggplant

There are also some great-tasting, healthy pre-made veggie burgers. The Huffington Post conducted a taste test, and of the dozens of frozen veggie burgers tested, here are the top 5 for taste.

  • Praeger’s Kale Veggie Burger
  • Gardein Ultimate Beefless Burger
  • Hilary’s Eat Well World’s Best Veggie Burger
  • Gardenburger Original Veggie Burger
  • Morningstar Garden Veggie Patty

Choose Fruits Over Fruit Juice

Manufactured, processed fruit juices are always marketed as healthy. In most cases, however, you are just looking at sugar in disguise. Fruit juices will many times claim that they have fiber and more Omega 3s or other healthy nutrients added. Unfortunately, often times that fiber is synthetic and extremely hard to digest.

This causes bloating and digestive problems, and sugar can lead to overweight, obesity, cancer and heart problems. Always choose to make your own juice at home, using natural, fresh, organic fruits. Eating real fruits can help you lose weight and manage a healthy body weight, as natural fruit is full of fiber, vitamins and minerals which make you feel full quickly, and limit your calorie intake.

Go with Fresh Veggies Over Frozen

Anytime you can eat fresh plants over frozen, canned, or processed alternatives, you are doing your body a favor. Some frozen meals make boastful health claims. Even so, they are usually cram-packed full of extremely high levels of sodium, preservatives and man-made chemicals you do not need in your body. It takes longer to prepare a meal using natural, fresh vegetables than it does heating up their frozen counterparts. However, this is the right move every time as far as your health is concerned.

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Easy Plant-Based Food Swaps Checklist

You know you should be eating healthier, but some your favorite foods are also those that are not so good for you. You can’t imagine a life without double cheeseburgers, pizza and sugary sweets. Well, guess what? You do not have to ditch those flavorful foods just because you are deciding to live a healthy life.

When you make smart swaps, removing unhealthy foods in favor of delicious plant-based alternatives, you improve your health without your taste buds having to take a backseat to nutrition. The following tips will help you do exactly that.

☐  Seitan and tofu make excellent meat alternatives. They are inexpensive, high in protein, and filling.

☐  Swap out honey for agave, date and other plant-based sweeteners and pure vegetable purées.

☐  Don’t give up your favorite wraps, just replace what they are wrapped with. Butter lettuce, cabbage, collard greens and kale leaves make excellent, plant-based wrapping material that are high in cancer fighting compounds and healthy antioxidants.

☐  Dairy products are less than healthy, despite decades when we were told the exact opposite. Almond and soy milk are healthy dairy milk alternatives. You can also swap vegan yogurt and vegan cheeses for their dairy-based counterparts.

☐  Cauliflower can be ground down into a flour that makes incredibly tasty and nutritious pizza crusts and wraps. Use a food chopper to create a rice or couscous substitute. Cauliflower also swaps out for potatoes in recipes effectively.

☐  Swap whole wheat flours for less than healthy white flours.

☐  You do not have to kick sweetness to the curb when making smart, plant-based food swaps. Unsweetened applesauce, Stevia and vanilla extract make sweet, tasty and healthy sugar alternatives.

☐  Unfortunately, delicious butter can be unhealthy for you. Use avocado and banana purées instead, for up to 400% fewer calories and 5 times less fat.

☐  The beloved hamburger does not have to disappear from your diet. Skip the beef, opting instead for plant-based patties made from black beans, a mixture of vegetables, tofu, portobello mushrooms, potatoes or eggplants.

☐  Morningstar Garden Veggie Patty and Gardenburger Original Veggie Burger were rated #1 and #2 in a Huffington Post survey designed to identify those frozen veggie burgers which tasted most like the real thing.

☐  Throw out manufactured, processed fruit juices. Make your own juices instead, or eat fruits instead of juicing them.

 

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Email 1: The Benefits of a Plant-Based Meal Plan

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Hi,

You are always hearing you should eat more fruits and veggies, but do you know why?

The health benefits of a plant-based approach to nutrition are not insignificant. Research has been performed concerning for decades trying to figure out how what we eat affects us. This has led to no small number of important global studies showing that eating vegetables, fruits and other plants can make you healthier than if you choose a diet lacking in plant-based nutrition.

What can you expect and you start predominately eating plans? How about …

  • Healthy, strong, beautiful skin and hair
  • Diabetes prevention
  • Controlling and lowering high blood pressure
  • Significant weight loss, and healthy body weight management
  • Improved eyesight and a reduced risk of vision-related problems like macular degeneration and cataracts
  • Cancer prevention, and incredibly, even the ability to reverse cancer
  • A strengthened immune system that fights off chronic disease, infection and sickness
  • A significantly reduced risk of contracting heart disease, and neurological disorders like Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s
  • All-day energy

Those are some pretty great benefits. Simply by making plants the focus of your eating, you enjoy the above health advantages and more. As a wonderful side-benefit, in most cases plant-based meals cost a good deal less per serving than meals that have meat as their focus.

Your next email in this plant-based nutrition series explores your protein needs, and dispels an unfortunately widely believed protein myth. (HINT: Beef, chicken and other meats are not the only way to get protein into your body, and they may not be the healthiest protein providers either.)

To your success,

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3 Simple Plant-Based Baking Switches

Some plant-based diets don’t allow things like eggs, butter or milk; if your diet doesn’t, don’t despair. Creativity prevails and there are some switches or substitutions you can make for eggs, butter and milk and still stay true to your diet.

Eggs

Eggs in recipes are used as a binding agent. In their place, here are three options you can use:

Banana

To substitute for egg, mash up well either half of a large or one small banana and use as you would an egg. This substitution works great when baking cookies, cakes or muffins.

Flaxseed

Take one tablespoon of ground flaxseed and mix it with 3 tablespoons of water for 10 to 115 minutes or until it forms a type of slurry. Not only does this replace egg in breads and pancakes, but it also adds fiber and omega 3 fatty acids   – both essential to good health.

Chia

Chia seeds are used the same as flaxseed and work great in both sweet applications such as cookies, cakes and muffins along with non-sweet applications like bread.

Butter

Butter’s purpose in baking is to not only add flavor but to also boost up the texture. Most of the butter substitutes are in the oils family.

Bland Oil

If no flavor is needed, such as in a spice cake or ginger cookies, a bland oil such as canola or untoasted sesame oil work great.

Coconut Oil

If your recipe uses butter to thicken up a batter, then substitute with coconut oil.

Vegan Shortening

For making pie crusts, use a vegan shortening made from 2 cups of white flour, 1/3 cup water and 2/3 cup of olive oil. Olive oil can impart a flavor which can be undesirable in baked goods. In that case substitute it with canola or coconut oil.

Milk

Milk does it all in a recipe. It adds flavor, richness and texture. Fortunately, it is also one of the easiest substitutions to make. Just use one of the many plant-based milks available today at a replacement ratio of 1:1.

Flavored milks

Almond and coconut can add a richness to any milk-based recipe.

Non-Flavored milks

Milk made from rice or soy are blander and will not add to or mask any other flavor in a recipe.

Eating vegetarian or vegan does not mean you have to give up your favorite foods – especially baked goods. When baking, just use substitutions and enjoy!

 

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There is a special language for just about any sizable market or field. Heart doctors use different terminology than motorcycle enthusiasts. The same can be said for vegetarians, vegans and others that enjoy a plant-based diet. Refer to this handy glossary the next time you run up against a plant-based word or phrase that has you stumped. (Where applicable, a definition or process has been explained in depth to increase your level of knowledge.)

B12* (Cobalamin) – A coenzyme that is part of the metabolic process of every cell in the human body. This vitamin is essential for proper health. B12 is one of the 13 vitamins found naturally occurring in human beings. It is of the 8 B vitamins, and one of the most lacking of all nutrients in a plant-based diet. Trace amounts are found in mushrooms, seaweed and other plants, but a daily supplement is the only way to guarantee you are taking in healthy levels of this vital nutrient. Nutritional yeast is also a viable source of vitamin B12.
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Calcium* – This mineral is crucial for building and maintaining strong, healthy bones. Calcium can be found in many plant-based foods. However, they do not exist in large enough quantities to fulfill most calcium recommendations. Food sources found in a plant-based approach to nutrition include mustard greens, broccoli, tempeh, beans and almonds.

D* – Vitamin D is a fat soluble secosteroid which aids in the healthy absorption of calcium, magnesium, zinc, iron and phosphate in humans. Like calcium, it is linked to bone health. Since the only source of this vital building block of health is through the action of sunlight hitting your skin, you are urged to supplement, or make sure you are getting 15 to 30 minutes of sunlight exposure on your skin every day.

Flaxseed – These seeds are either brown or yellow/gold in color (also known as golden linseeds). Flaxseeds are high in protein, dietary fiber, B vitamins, magnesium and phosphorous. They also contain Omega 3 fatty acids, and have been used as traditional Austrian medicines for treating gout, flu, rheumatism and infections. They are extremely versatile, and pound for pound an excellent source of nutrition and health.

Flexitarian – This word was created by combining the words flexible and vegetarian. This person can be regarded as a “semi-vegetarian”, a plant-based eater most of the time, while occasionally eating meat.

Iron* – Iron is the most common element found on earth. Unfortunately, it does not make its way into plant eaters’ bodies in sufficient quantity in most cases. Since it helps your body create red blood cells, it is extremely important to your health. Get enough iron in your diet and your skin and hair are strong and healthy. Your blood also effectively carries oxygen throughout your body. White beans, kidney beans, chickpeas, lentils and spinach are iron-rich.

Nutritional yeast – Often found in flake or powdered form, nutritional yeast is grown from sugar cane and molasses. It is a deactivated yeast that is often used to replace cheese, and is rich in B vitamins. It is gluten-free, has zero sodium, and makes a healthy gravy replacement for plant-based eaters. Beware of nutritional yeast (called “nooch” by vegans) that contains whey.

Omega 3 fatty acids* – Not all fats are bad. Your body requires healthy fatty acids. Omega 3s are unfortunately lacking from most diets, whether plant or meat-based. These fatty acids prevent heart disease and strokes, fight depression and anxiety, regulate a healthy blood pressure and are vital to a healthy nervous system. Crushed flax seeds and walnuts are two of the few plant-based sources of Omega 3s. A daily or weekly supplement is highly recommended.

Pescetarian – If you eat no meat, but eat fish, you are a pescetarian. Some vegetarians recognize the incredible health properties that fish like salmon deliver, so they supplement a veggie-based diet with fish. This provides healthy Omega 3 fatty acids that are often lacking in a vegetarian diet.

Seitan – This plant-based beef and meat replacement is made from cooked wheat gluten. It is high in protein and known in vegetarian and vegan circles as “wheat meat”. The texture and look approximates beef and other meats when cooked, and it is a versatile part of many plant-centered diets.

Soy – Soy is both maligned and revered, depending on who you talk to. There are fermented and unfermented varieties. This vegetarian animal protein replacement is taken from soybeans. When you purchase soy, make sure it has been fermented, and is not the processed, unfermented version found in many soy-based milks, cheeses, burgers and ice creams linked to cancers and reproductive issues. A sensitivity to soy is one of the most common food allergies.

TVP – TVP stands for Textured Vegetable Protein. It is a refined, processed meat alternative that causes digestive problems in some. It is also called textured soy protein, and is created when soybean oil is extracted. This high-protein plant-based food is often considered less than healthy, so do your research before you add it to your diet.

Tempeh – This meat replacement hails from Indonesia. It is a staple in Asia and has been for hundreds of years. Tempeh is a fermented soybean-based food, extremely high in protein and calcium. Unlike tofu, it has a flavor and texture all its own. If you dislike the bland taste of tofu, tempeh may be worth a try.

Tofu (Bean Curd) – Tofu is almost synonymous with vegetarianism. It is made from soy milk, and is usually found in block form. There are soft, firm and extra-firm varieties. It is perfect for savory or sweet dishes because it has a tendency to absorb the flavors of the foods it is cooked with. Traced back to the Han dynasty in China over 2,000 years ago, tofu is still used extensively in Asia. It is a high-protein meat, egg and cheese alternative for a plant-centric diet.

Vegan – Veganism is “both the practice of abstaining from the use of animal products, particularly in diet, and an associated philosophy that rejects the commodity status of animals.” Vegans will not eat, wear, purchase or knowingly possess any animal-based product. The term was coined in 1944 by Donald Watson, co-founder of The Vegan Society in England. A vegan is a vegetarian, but most vegetarians are not vegans.

Vegetarian – A vegetarian eats no meat, even fish. All vegetarians focus their nutrition on a plant-based approach. Some adopt this lifestyle for health, others for ethical or religious reasons. Variations include pescetarians (eats fish but no other meat), octo-vegetarians (eats eggs but no dairy products), lacto-vegetarians (eats dairy but no eggs) and octo-lacto-vegetarians (eats dairy and eggs), all of whom eat predominantly plants.

Zinc* – This mineral is important for the proper functioning of your immune and nervous systems. It also helps maintain healthy skin. A zinc deficiency is rather widespread, among plant-based eaters and those who consume a modern-day diet of processed and fast foods. Swiss chard, beans, pumpkin and sesame seeds and tofu are good sources of plant-based zinc.

When you restrict all animal meats from your diet, you could be missing out on important nutrients. Accordingly, nutritionists and health professionals alike agree there are several nutrients lacking from most plant-based diets. We have marked those above with an “*”, so be sure to monitor your personal levels and supplement accordingly.

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  4. Adopting the Plant-Based Diet as a Family (744 words)
  5. Discover Why Green Vegetables are Superfoods (534 words)
  6. Dispelling the Myths Surrounding a Plant-Based Diet (600 words)
  7. Getting Your Kitchen Ready for Your Green Journey (544 words)
  8. Plant-Based Diet 101: What You Need to Know (626 words)
  9. Should You Eat Fake Meat When on a Plant-Based Diet? (578 words)
  10. Understanding How Vegetables Aid in Weight Loss (584 words)

 

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Module 3 – Sales Page
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  • Total Word Count: 7259+ Words
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Main eBook: “Take the Pledge to Go Plant-Based for 30 Days”
(4,167 words, 23 pages, 11 images)

30 Day Clean Eating Challenge Checklist
30 Day Clean Eating Challenge Printable Workbook
Editable eCover Files

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Short Report: “Easy Plant-Based Food Swaps”
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Food Planning Worksheet/ Checklist
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Email Product Presell Series: Are You Ready to Go Plant-Based? (5 emails, 1,556 words)

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10 Plant-Based Diet PLR Articles:

3 Simple Plant-Based Baking Switches – 401 words
5 Signs That You’re Not Getting Enough Vitamin D – 428 words
A Guide to the History of Vegetarianism – 475 words
A Guide to the Ethical Reasons for Giving Up Dairy – 418 words
How to Eat Plant-Based on a Budget – 459 words
How to Eat Out on a Plant-Based Diet – 412 words
How to Get Enough B12 on a Plant-Based Diet – 405 words
How to Get Enough Iron on a Plant-Based Diet – 460 words
How to Get Enough Omega 3 on a Plant-Based Diet – 413 words
Why Some Wines and Beers Are Not Suitable for Vegetarians and Vegans – 506 words

2x Plant Based Food Lists:
– Essential Plant-Based Shopping List
– Plant-Based Foods to Avoid

Report: Plant-Based Glossary
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10 Shareable Social Media Tips on Plant-Based Diets
20 Social Media Posts with hashtags (for sharing on Twitter or Facebook)
Infographic – Benefits of a Plant-Based Diet

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11 Royalty Free Images
3 Bonus Article Bylines

Total Word Count: 12 000+ Words

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