Vegan Diet: Lose Weight Without Fasting And Be Fit And Healthy Forever (Vegan Lifestyle) by Denise Vries

Lose Weight Without Fasting And Be Fit And Healthy Forever (Vegan Lifestyle)

Vegan diet: lose weight without fasting and be fit and healthy forever (vegan lifestyle)


This Vegan cookbook is filled with delicious, nutritious recipes perfect for plant based eating!

These recipes take little effort to prepare and will give you wonderful meals you and your entire family will love! Not only are they quick and easy recipes, they are full of vitamins, minerals and nutrients your body needs to be healthy!

Are you a Vegan that’s constantly looking for a ways to enjoy eating without eating any animal products?
Would you like a more delicious way to dine and do so without sacrificing flavor or enjoying the tastes of different dishes?
If so, the Vegan Cooking eBook will change your perspective on eating as a Vegan and actually make you healthier!
First you’ll learn about the basics of being a Vegan. Even if you think you know everything

People choose a vegan lifestyle for health, ethical and environmental reasons. Most people experience a lot of health benefits on a vegan diet. The key to a good vegan diet is having variety that includes fruits, vegetables, whole grains and nuts. 

Do not wait longer to discover YOUR KEY to a new and better life.


Genre: COOKING / General

Secondary Genre: HEALTH & FITNESS / General

Language: English

Keywords: Vegan Diet, vegetarian diet, vegan recipes, detox, weight loss, ketogenic diet, low carb recipes

Word Count: 3480

Sales info:

Recently we ran a promo and were able to make 1500 sales during the promotion period. Though all sales were free downloads but it signifies that the topic has potential and is capable of making money. Paid downloads vary between 40 to 60 per month.



Minimum estimate - 30 Paid Downloads * $3.00 * 70% = $63 per month

Maximum but not limited to - 60 Paid Downloads * $3.00 * 70% = $126 per month

Annual Earnings per book - Minimum Estimate - $63 * 12 = $756 per year.

Annual Earnings per book - Max but not limited to Estimate - $126 * 12 = $1512 per year.


Please Note - This is just one book. I have over 1000+ books in my arsenal. If one book can do this much imagine how much even 10 books could do for you. Just stay committed with our business model and I assure you that we all will make money!! Lot of it!!

Sample text:

Unlike popular belief, the vegan diet is actually more economical than the traditional American diet. The foods that make up most of the vegan diet, such as various vegetables, grains, beans, legumes, and seeds are readily available throughout the whole year, and take part in tons of delicious recipes. Regardless of your income, the vegan diet can be very budget-friendly and here are some tips that can save you a lot of money (and time) when shopping and cooking toothsome vegan meals.

Stocking Up on Essentials

Things like cooking oils, brown rice, quinoa, oats, flour, baking powder, beans, and legumes never go out of season, so it’s best to buy them in bulk from your local supermarket. You will get the most value for your buck when you buy large quantities of foods you eat regularly, because most supermarkets will put the cheapest price by weight on the largest package.

You can make warm oatmeal, cold refrigerator oats, or even baked goods and smoothies with the oats, you can add substance to your salads or veggie bowls with the brown rice and quinoa, and you can also add a protein punch to any dish with the beans and legumes. Having a well-stocked fridge and pantry also means that you can whip up a quick meal within minutes. Your next lunch could be as simple as grabbing a whole-grain pita from the pantry and filling it with a few tablespoons of hummus, some baby spinach, and a handful of olives or cooked black beans.

Fresh VS Frozen VS Canned

While fresh produce will always be the best choice when it comes to taste, the nutritional value of frozen and even canned fruits and vegetables doesn’t change a whole lot. In fact, studies have shown that frozen produce can be nutritionally superior to fresh, since fresh fruits and vegetables are frozen only when they reach the pick of their ripeness and this is also when their nutritional content is on the highest level.

Book translation status:

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Already translated. Translated by Kelli Machado Franco

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