HUGE Spring E-Book Bundle Sale: 90% off 30 VGN E-books!

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So there’s this collection of e-books.  And all added together, they cost $479.  My REAL FOOD 101 E-book is one of them (normally $14).  But see, these bloggers who wrote the 30 e-books decided to bundle them together and make them a lot less expensive purchased as a packaged deal.

And behold, the VGN Spring E-book Bundle was born.  30 Healthy Living E-books for $39.  Literally the best deal on any of these ebooks.  It prices each one at less than $1.50!

These are hand-picked ebooks from some of the best bloggers around.  Matt Stone, Robin Konie, Heather Dessinger, Jenny McGruther, Kristen Michealis, just to name a few.  These are my favorite people to read, to follow, to learn from, and to support.  I love the work they do!

Plus there are a few new ones I am about to read!  Check out the books with the new button on them!

Grain Free Breads, Snacks and Desserts  by Dr. Jill Tieman of Real Food Forager DIY Household Natural Cleaners by Matt & Betsy Jabs of DIY Natural
The Eczema Cure by Emily Bartlett of Holistic Squid Get Your Fats Straight  by Sarah Pope of The Healthy Home Economist
Nourished Baby (revised) by Heather Dessinger of Mommypotamus Skintervention (new!)  by Liz Wolfe of Cave Girl Eats
Real Food Nutrition FOR KIDS! by Kristen Michaelis of Food Renegade Grain-free Desserts by Jennifer McGruther of Nourished Kitchen
Your Custom Homestead by Jill Winger of The Prairie Homestead Awaken: 30+ Egg-Free and Grain-Free Breakfasts by Karen Sorenson of Living Low Carb One Day At a Time
Eat For Heat by Matt Stone of 180 Degree Health Diet Recovery 2 (Completely Revised) by Matt Stone of 180 Degree Health
Real Food For Real Life by Emily Benfit of Butter Believer Indulge and Heal by Lauren Geersten of Empowered Sustenance
The Homemade Handbook by Lindsey Gremont of Homemade Mommy Fast Paleo Top 100 of 2012 by James Gregory of Fast Paleo 
From Your Freezer To Your Family

 by Stephanie Brandt Cornais of Mama & Baby Love

The Nourished Metabolism by Elizabeth Walling of The Nourished Life

 

Real Food Ingredient Guide by Kelly the Kitchen Kop REAL FOOD 101 by Kendahl Millecam of Our Nourishing Roots (that’s me!!)
The Almond Flour Sweet Treats Cookbook by Stacey Duncan of Nourished For Free Toxic Free: 70 Recipes for a
Toxic-free Home by Robin Konie of Thank Your Body
Nourishing Our Children by Sandrine Love of Nourishing Our Children Indulge: 70 Grain-free Desserts by Carol Lovett of Ditch the Wheat
Simple Natural Health by Nina Nelson of Shalom Mama Afternoon Tea: Grain, Nut, Dairy and Refined Sugar-Free by Suzanne Perazzini of Strands of My Life
Toadally Primal Smoothies by Todd Dosenberry of Primal Toad Garden and Preservation Planner by Brenda Scott of Well Fed Homestead
Restocking the Pantry by Kresha Faber of Nourishing Joy The Grain Free Lunch Box by Jolene Sloam of Yummy Inspirations

This deal is good for this week only.  The sale ends next Tuesday, April 23!

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  1. With childhood obeitsy on the rise and adult obeitsy at rediculously high levels more and more people have taken an interest in eating healthy and more nutritous foods. I agree with Amanda in that most people have that awful image in their heads of their parents forcing them to eat more nutritous food that usually tasted aweful. Today there are so many ways to easily and deliciously that it is sad that so many people still struggle with it. With so many people making fast food chains at least one meal a day, are the options for nutritous food really that good for you? Or are they loaded with preservatives to stay looking fresh?

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