I’m pleased to tell you about what my friend Joe Rignola has been cooking up! He is hosting an e-book bundle that has to do with the environmental impact our food has on our planet, or hopefully, lack of impact.
This is way more than just a book bundle – it also includes videos and lots of bonuses! Today I’m featured in one of the bonus videos showing you how to make wonderful things with beets, including beet kvass and my famous beet brownies! You can register for free and get the video immediately!
Joe (of www.WellnessPunks.com) has created a short video series, with some really amazing experts on this subject. It highlights some easy changes we can all make that will greatly reduce our environmental impact. It’s called the Green Living Sessions and it’s totally free.
For example, we know that grass-fed beef is much more sustainable than conventional beef. However, when your grass-fed beef is from New Zealand and you live in Chicago, that presents a bit of a problem. It’s fairly easy to source locally raised food. By doing so you’ll reduce your carbon footprint, support your local economy, support responsible farming practices and, most likely, save some serious cash too.
One way to do this is to contact your local Weston A. Price Foundation chapter like Sarah Pope suggests in the second Green Living Session.
Another free video is with Amada and Jeanie Rose about – drum roll please – foraging for greens! This is right up my alley lol!
And yet another free video is with Dawn Gifford, an energy and sustainable living expert. In her video she talks about how to save money while saving the planet.
That’s just some of the free stuff.
The e-book bundle has 7 important e-books about green living like you never heard before, from some great experts and authors.
There are other bonuses as well – stay tuned for more info on that!
The sale begins on April 14, 2014 and it is so affordable you will be amazed!