Eat A Vegan Diet To Save Money On Food And Health Care Costs

Eating a plant-based diet will save on food costs and health care costs. Ellen Jaffe Jones, Author of "Eat Vegan On $4 A Day," shares how in this video: A half-cup serving of beans cooked from scratch costs about a dime. The same serving from a can of beans is about twice that much. The same size serving of the cheapest hamburger meat—which is 30% fat—costs fifty to sixty cents, or at least 5 times more than beans. When you look at more expensive cuts of meat, such as beef tenderloin at 85 cents an ounce and that equals $3.40 for 4 ounces or $6.80 for 8 ounces! And that is 34 times more expensive than beans! Another way to save money is by avoiding the hospital. Meat consumption causes cardiovascular disease. And a bypass surgery in the US can cost between $100,000-$200,000.

Ellen Jaffe Jones is "THE VEG COACH." She is a personal trainer, running coach, author, and teaches healthy cooking classes designed by respected doctors and registered dieticians.

Ellen Jaffe Jones
Author of "
Eat Vegan On $4 A Day"
The book is available on and at health food stores and major bookstores. Visit for more information.

Video Producer
Larry Cook
Author of "The Beginner's Guide to Natural Living"

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