The One Simple Secret to Eating Well and Living Naturally on a Budget

“I want to eat healthfully, but it is just too expensive!”

This is a common dilemma – one I’ve heard countless times in my (many) years as a nutrition and weight loss professional.

Organic, non-GMO food is more expensive than conventional options in most cases. And, if you have other dietary restrictions and preferences like gluten-free, kosher, vegan, keto, Whole30, or Paleo – your grocery bills may be high due to the costs associated with the specialty products you need.

If you want to use natural, non-toxic products in your home, your expenses can get even higher.

But I have great news for you.

There is a way to get those products at significantly lower prices: Thrive Market.

Here’s how Thrive Market works:

This unique online store offers over 5,000 products at wholesale prices – you’ll pay far less than you would at your local store. You’ll save 25-50% on each item – and they will be shipped right to your door.

Not only will shopping at Thrive Market save you lots of money – it is easier than grocery store shopping. Every single product is tagged by over 70 different values, so you can sort the entire online catalog by categories like Non-GMO, Organic, Vegan, Gluten-Free, Keto, Paleo, Fair Trade, Big 8 Allergen Free, Moms, Dairy Free, and many more.

In fact, now you can shop for Starter Kits for various lifestyle preferences, including…

Healthy Snack Sampler

Keto Diet Starter Kit

Paleo Starter Kit

Vegan Starter Kit

Gluten-Free Diet Starter Kit

Whole30 Starter Kit

Aromatherapy Kit

Natural Home Cleaning Product Kit

The list goes on! For any diet you have, or wellness interest you’re exploring — these starter kits are the perfect way to begin!

I know. This all sounds too good to be true. But because Thrive Market cuts out all the middlemen and works directly with the brands, they save a lot – and they pass all those savings along to their members.

Members get everyday wholesale pricing at 25-50% off the best healthy and organic premium products for just $59.95 per year.

The average member makes back that $59.95 annual membership fee (that’s just $5/month) in savings in just 2 orders. Thrive Market guarantees that your membership will pay for itself in savings within the year. If not, you get the difference in Thrive Market credit when you renew!

And, shipping is free on all orders over $49. Thrive Market currently ships to all addresses in the continental US.

When you join, you will also be giving back…

This is perhaps my favorite thing about Thrive Market – for every person who joins, Thrive Market will give a free membership to a low-income family through the Thrive Gives program. Thrive Market also provides educational content and grocery stipends to Gives members.

Thrive Market’s mission is to make healthy living easy and affordable for everyone.

You can also help make healthful living more affordable for your friends and family by referring them to Thrive Market. After you join, just log into your account and go to the Invite Friends section. From there, you can invite friends to join by email, Facebook, or by copying and sharing your unique referral link. For each person you invite who becomes a paid member, you’ll earn $25 in Thrive Cash. There is no limit to the number of friends you can invite to join – the more the merrier!

How cool is that?

With your first purchase on Thrive Market, you’ll start a free 30-day membership trial. See how much you save. Cancel any time.

As if all of that isn’t incredible enough –  I am a Thrive Market affiliate, and I have a special offer for you! If you join Thrive Market right now, you’ll get 20% off your first THREE orders.


Thrive Market sells your favorite organic and non-gmo brands for up to 50% off retail.

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About the author

Lisa Egan

Lisa is a researcher and writer who lives in the outskirts of D.C. She has a BS in Health Science with a concentration in Nutrition. Lisa has worked as a personal trainer and nutritionist and is a certified hypnotherapist. She enjoys helping people learn about how to improve their health.

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