You're About To Discover How You Can Eat Organic Food
AND Stay On Your Budget!

Have you been trying to figure out if it's worth the money
to buy certified organic food? And, if it is, how do you afford it?

Not sure organic food is any better than conventional, and
which companies are really ...You're About To Discover How You Can Eat Organic Food AND Stay On Your Budget!And, quite honestly, even if you have no worries about affording organic food, don't you want to be sure you are supporting the companies doing the right thing?

Have you been trying to figure out if it's worth the money
to buy certified organic food? And, if it is, how do you afford it?

Not sure organic food is any better than conventional, and
which companies are really organic?

Frustrated by all of the conflicting health food information and don't know whom to trust?

Then Organic Food On A Budget, written by green living expert, Amy Todisco, is just the resource you need to answer these questions and more. Here's some of what you'll get:

· A time and money saving shopping list of the organic food companies that Amy buys from. Now you can have the peace of mind that comes from knowing that these organic food companies are trustworthy and reliable. Amy has done the research so you don't have to.

· Proven money saving tips that will soothe your wallet and your conscience, some of which you probably haven't seen before.

· Easy to read information about why organic food is the best choice for you and your family. Now you can have the facts at your fingertips to debate the organic food critics in your life.

· A list of which produce has the highest and lowest pesticide residues so you can effectively choose which ones to buy organic first.

· Suggestions for how to encourage your kids and spouse to eat the healthier organic food based on personal experience.

· A whole bunch of fact based, useful information on:

1. Pesticides' health affects on humans and our pets
2. The truth about soy
3. High fructose corn syrup
4. Irradiation
5. Genetically modified food, and more

It's easy to use, fun to read with all of her personal story tidbits tied in,and you'll benefit from Amy's 16+ experience researching and living a greener life. See the Table of Contents and an excerpts here.

Dear Green Living Enthusiast,

20 years ago, when I was pregnant with my daughter, I wished for a resource that could give me a shopping list of all of the organic food companies to buy from based on some real person's experience. No such book or list existed until now.

Currently, with so many companies jumping on the organic bandwagon,it's harder to know which ones really are organic. In fact, recently the U.S. Department of Agriculture National Organic Program (NOP) announced that 15 of the 30 accredited organic certifiers they recently inspected failed the USDA audit. Some companies just aren't meeting the basic organic standards. But, how do you know which ones are? Organic Food On A Budget will tell you.

I wanted real money saving tips on how to buy organic food from someone who was actually doing it, such as printing coupons off of your favorite organic manufacturer's website? It used to be that we were told to "grow your own".

And, it was important to know why conventional food was not a healthy choice,written from the consumer's perspective.

But, I also wanted it to be fun to read.

A tall order, I know.

Sure, there were some books available then that talked about the dangers of pesticides on food. But what about genetically modified organisms, high fructose corn syrup, irradiation, the truth about soy and aspartame? And, most importantly for moms, how do you get your kids to eat this healthier stuff?

Even now, most of that information is boring to read and hard to remember. And,it doesn't seem like the person writing it is actually using the information (or they have some tie to a natural product company). And, if they are really living a greener life, rarely do we get to hear about their experiences.

So, if you have more important things to do than research all of this stuff yourself, and you want to save your time and money and get the facts about how to eat organic and still stay on your budget, you'll want to get a copy of Organic Food On A Budget today.

To your health!

See what others are saying about Amy's Greener Life Guide E-books:

"I've read Amy's E-book, Organic Food On A Budget, and it should be required reading for anyone who wants to follow the" Organic, and what's good for me and my family" path. For those of you who think organic might be too expensive and think you'd better stick with conventional, you'll pay upfront to stay healthy or at the Dr's office later when you fall victim to the salmonella, ecoli'-ridden food supply that we hear about daily. When you understand that our Department of Agriculture, and those tasked with inspecting our food supply don't even examine 1% of it-how can anyone feel what we are eating of the conventional foods is safe? Not me.

I also like the listing of organic companies to which Amy gives a thumbs up and that she has tried all the products she recommends, so I don't have to start from scratch, or make faulty choices.

I so wish that I had had a book, actually a" primer on how to do organics" back 20 years ago when I began on this path--she would have saved me so much time, money and indecision. But I have it now, and so can you."

Alexandra Self
College Consultant

New York, New York

"Organic Food on a Budget is one of the most informative and helpful e-books that I have ever read. I am a single mother with two rapidly growing boys and a desire to do all that I can to both support green living and provide healthy and safe food for my children. With Amy's guide, I no longer have to guess at what foods are safe, what I need to be concerned about and where to get the best and least expensive organic foods. As my grocery store begins to stock more and more "natural and
organic" food, it is hard to separate fact from marketing. This e-book has been the most beneficial resource I have found on welcoming organic food into my life."

Laura Campbell
Divorce Coach and Consultant
Woodbridge, Connecticut

Who is Amy Todisco and what makes her a green living expert?

Amy has been a pioneer in the green living movement for over 16 years. She's the owner of the unique organic and natural products webstore,, where everything she sells she's researched and used herself. She also has a life coaching business, Catalyst 4 Change Coaching ( where she helps people create the life of their dreams, achieving their goals faster, more effectively,and with more fun than doing it on their own. She also offers green living group teleclasses.

Amy has written extensively about green living and is a featured expert on The and on former National Public Radio host, Laurie Howell's The Green Scene Internet radio program, and was a featured expert on the Earth Day Network Newsletter. She writes a monthly newsletter called Green Living Now News on her website,

How much does Organic Food On A Budget cost?

It's only $9.99 and you can download it, in PDF format and start making healthier choices today. It's 24 pages of content rich information (looks like a hard copy book, no big fonts, pictures or white spaces). You will need Adobe Acrobat Reader to access this ebook. If you don't have it, you can download it for free (just Google it).

Author's Bio: 

Amy Todisco is a nationally recognized green living expert and consultant who is a 20 year pioneer in the field of green living.

Amy has been inspiring and educating people on how to live a greener healthier life based on her own research and experience. See her full bio, go here: