Reading Time: < 1 minute Zanna Van Dijk is featured in the vegan e-book bundle (Photo: Zanna Van Dijk)
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Adidas’ first female global ambassador Zanna Van Dijk has set the record straight when it comes to conceptions surrounding protein.

The blogger’s e-book Eat More Plants and training program The Sculpt Guide are both featured in the vegan ebook bundle.

Eat More Plants showcases delicious recipes such as Tofu Scramble, Creamy Roasted Butternut Squash Soup, and Chickpea Cookie Dough – as well as advice on eating out, preparing food, and supplements. 

It also tackles the ‘protein debate’ – for those worrying about whether you’ll end up  ‘withering away’ on a plant-based diet.

While The Sculpt Guide offers a 12-week training program ‘designed to help you achieve the healthy, balanced, and sustainable lifestyle that you have always dreamt of’.

Vegan bundle

The curated collection, which features 90 online e-books/classes would retail separately for $1,926.94 USD.

However, PBN is offering a huge 97 percent discount – costing just $50 USD for the full bundle (just over 30 pounds for people in the UK).

Vegan e-books

The books include a range of vegan guides, lifestyle guides, recipe ebooks, workout routines, and zero-waste inspiration and more.

Other topics covered include raising plant-based babies, plant-based weddings, plant-based dogs, vegan bodybuilding, overcoming emotional eating, DIY beauty, and sustainable fashion among others.

Authors of the e-books include Madeleine Shaw, Caroline Deisler, Zanna Van Dijk, Naturally Nina, and That Vegan Couple as well as many more.

You can learn more about the vegan bundle here

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