Cooking Whole Foods = Gateway into Healthy Living
I have been a gardener, whole foods dabbler, and sustainable food enthusiast for several years now. I first entered this realm thinking that everyone should grow their own food – if you grow your own food, how could you not eat healthy!?! Come on, it is so easy, just do it! Without getting into all the resources one must have to grow his or her own food, let’s suffice it to say that this can be an overwhelming way to enter the world of food.
I have since found that the biggest barrier between people and healthful living is not access to healthy food/growing their own food, but availability of time and resources to turn said healthy food into viable, edible recipes. In other words, people just need some time and space to cook.
We are all so busy that it is really difficult to find any kind of time or energy to turn a pile of groceries into something we can eat. It is much easier to go down the street to a fast food restaurant, or even a slow food restaurant, to meet our needs in a somewhat affordable and timely manner.
Real Food for Busy People E-Course
This is where this course comes in. Real Food for Busy People is an amazing resource – it is an online video course containing 12 weeks of online classes & over 50 video tutorials to guide you along the path of cooking healthy, nutritious, delicious, and simple-to-make meals for you & your family.
The fantastic part is that this course, which usually retails for $199, is only $99 for a limited time. This is only about $8 per week, which is well worth the amazing content you are provided with. Where other courses might cut you off, Real Food for Busy People gives you full access to the recipes and tutorials indefinitely, so you can come back and refer to what you learned without being expected to understand it all right away.
UPDATE: The original sale end date of August 8th has been extended to August 15th!
Experienced, Real Food Cooks (& Real People!)
Here are some of the amazing experts you’ll have guiding you along your cooking journey:
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Because I am no expert, I’m planning on taking this course myself. I know the amount of money I will save in having food ready to go rather than having to resort to quick meals last-minute will be well worth the $99.
I don’t know about you, but I’ll often drop over $10 on a quick but healthy meal from sources outside of my home. With this course, I could spend less than a couple of dollars/meal for extremely nutritious food.
If you have any questions at all, please don’t hesitate to ask. I know an investment like this can be tough, but know that it will benefit you indefinitely.