Keto Life on a Budget with Thrive Market

Keto Life on a Budget with Thrive Market #keto #thrivemkt #fatfueled #lowcarb #lchf #keto #lowcarb #highfat #theketodiet

Looking to save money and eat a healthy keto diet at the same time? Well, it’s actually a lot easier than you might think with the help of Thrive Market. Get high-quality organic products while reducing your grocery bill.

You can get a 35% off and FREE shipping with Thrive Market’s one-month FREE trial membership!

I know it’s hard to eat healthy and save month at the same time, trust me. Between my love of cooking and my husband’s and my need for wholesome nourishment, we go through quite a few groceries every month. If you’re like us, Thrive Market may be an awesome resource for you, an online grocery store dedicated to food quality and mega discounts. I don’t have access to Thrive Market as a Canadian, so I’m slightly jealous…

The best part is that you can try it out for free and get an extra 35% off just to sweeten the deal. If it’s not your thing, you can end the trial at the end of the month without being billed. If you’re anything like me though, you’ll fall in love with it, and quitting won’t even be on your radar.

Not convinced? Let me show you a little comparison…

Hemp Hearts (16 oz.)

Amazon: $13.32

Thrive: $10.45

MCT Oil (32 oz.)

Amazon: $21.50

Thrive: $15.65

Primal Kitchen Avocado Oil Mayo (12 oz.)

Amazon: $13.99

Thrive: $7.45

Almond Butter (14 oz.)

Amazon: $21.43

Thrive: $18.35

You see what I mean? And remember, this doesn’t even include the extra 35% discount you receive when you sign up for the free trial. So, yeah… it’s awesome!

*As noted below, Thrive Market is not available to Canadians*

Now let’s go shopping and save some money for other important things like that summer vacation coming up!

Keto Life on a Budget with Thrive Market #keto #thrivemkt #fatfueled #lowcarb #lchf #keto #lowcarb #highfat #theketodiet

What’s your best money-saving tip for a low-carb/keto lifestyle? Let’s chat about it in the comments!

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  1. I just joined Thrive. It is great!! Membership is $59.95. But with the 35% would be less. I got Bobs Red Mill Almond Flour $8.95, Thrive Market Org Shredded Coconut $5.95, Thrive Market Org Coconut Flour $3.45, Thrive Market Org Coconut Oil $7.95, Thrive Market Org Sunflower Seeds $4.95, Spectrum Essentials Org Ground Flax Seeds $4.95, Justins Classic Almond Butter $11.25, Now Xylitol $6.25, and many things I get at Trader Joes or my local natural foods store as well. Trader Joes has great pricing. I rarely find a better price on Amazon with the organic food but now that they have bought Whole Foods, who knows?

  2. Can you post a list of the keto foods you purchased from Thrive? It would greatly help me if you are able to.

  3. Leanne, is there any alternative to bacon fat? I don’t eat pork, but want to try your bacon fudge recipe! I was thinking of trying avocado in lieu of, but wanted your take. Thanks in advance!

    • Hmm. I haven’t tried it, but coconut oil or ghee might work!

  4. Leanne, I know you recommend Vital Proteins Collagen, but Thrive doesn’t sell that brand. Is there one that they sell that you would recommend?

    • I’ve heard that Great Lakes brand is a good option! I haven’t tried the other brand they sell so I can’t speak to them.

  5. Indian quisine has a number of keto friendly dishes that are also budget friendly. Chicken tikka, chicken tikka masala, tandoori chicken, Shahi paneer, bhindi masala, butter chicken, and several dishes containing lamb, seafood, or goat. Very high in fat and flavorful. These dishes can easily be modified to be even higher fat and lower carb and if there is an Indian restaurant or grocer near you I highly recommend experimenting. The food is fresh, cheap, and perfect for keto…as the proteins are also often kept on the smaller servings too and kept bone in, plenty of of nuts, cream, ghee, butter. I resumed eating Indian dishes a few weeks into keto and it was like the clouds had parted and there was hope for me.

  6. Approximately twice a year, natural food pantry in ottawa offers $100 gift cards for $80. That’s 20% savings. Plus they do a point system, so for every so many points, you get $10 off your groceries. (You get points for buying the cards and for when you use them!!) I stock up with about 24 cards each time. I shop here first and don’t worry if the same item is cheaper across the street at the big box store. It’s 20% off with my gift cards. And I have a smaller store to find most if my healthy staples and organic, therefore reducing distractions.

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