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New Meatless PLR | Free Bonus Plant-Based Protein Report

 

If there is just one health and food trend I have seen everywhere, it is going meatless, i.e. vegetarian or vegan lifestyles.

In case you weren’t aware, ‘meatless’ can be for both vegetarian and vegan diets, while ‘plant-based’ is usually for vegan lifestyles.

Casey over at Tribe Bloom has released an awesome new PLR product with brand new articles, eBook and custom recipes for living a meatless lifestyle. It not encourages vegetarian cuisine for health, but for the environment as well.

Here is a look at what is included in this new package:

15 Going Meatless PLR Articles

How Going Meatless Reduces Heart Disease and Stroke Risk – 713 words
How Going Meatless Reduces Limit Cancer Risk – 726 words
How Ditching Processed Meats Can Fight Diabetes – 711 words
How Going Meatless Can Curb Obesity – 733 words
How Going Meatless Can Improve Digestion – 740 words
How Going Meatless Can Improve The Nutritional Quality of Your Diet – 720 words
How Going Meatless Can Cut Your Weekly Budget – 705 words
How More People Going Meatless Helps To Reduce Fuel Dependence – 704 words
How More People Going Meatless Reduces Greenhouse Gases – 763 word
How More People Going Meatless Minimizes Water Usage – 743 words

Meatless Recipes eBook

There is also a new recipe cookbook with 15 meatless recipes, including:

Broccoli Lattice Tart
Carrot Pudding
Cauliflower Curry
Cheesy Garlic Bread
Krispy Kale Crackers
French Toast
Herby Crusty Bread
Indian Carrot Pudding
Indian Rice Pudding (Kheer)
Paneer Tikka
Pasta Ala Checca
Ramja
Stuffed Potato Bread
Yogurt Curry
Sweet Chili Sauce

The recipe cookbook is also split up into 15 article documents for you, making it easy to turn them into blog posts or create an email series.

My Bonus: Plant-Based Protein PLR Report

I also have a bonus for you! If you use my link to buy the Meatless PLR package, you will get a free 5-page report called Plant-Based Protein. This is an exclusive report that only those using my link will get. It will never be listed in my PLR store.

The report has the following sections:

1. Chia Seeds
2. Cashews
3. Pumpkin Seeds
4. Black Beans
5. Spinach
6. Avocado
7. Edamame
8. Tofu
9. Wild Rice
10. Almonds
11. Peanut Butter
12. Potatoes
13. Corn
14. Brussels Sprouts
15. Broccoli
16. Spirulina

If you want this plant-based protein report, the only way you can get it is by buying the Meatless PLR package here.

Let me know if you have any questions!

 

Smoothies For Health – BONUS Articles

 

 

Hi Friend!

Ruth just came out with a super duper awesome PLR pack called Superfoods & Smoothies. I love smoothies and i love writing about smoothies, so it made sense that i would put a bonus together for you.

If you purchase her new product with my link, you will get 10 bonus Smoothies For Health PLR articles. These will eventually be added to my store, but for now the only way you get them is a free bonus for this PLR package in particular.

My bonus articles include the following topics:

1. Smoothies For Energy (416 words)
2. Smoothies For Diabetes (402 words)
3. Smoothies For the Cold and Flu (530 words)
4. Smoothies For Arthritis (391 words)
5. Smoothies For Acne (467 words)
6. Smoothies For Fertility (465 words)
7. Smoothies For Indigestion (450 words)
8. Smoothies For High Blood Pressure (442 words)
9. Smoothies For Thyroid Health (431 words)
10. Smoothies For Gut Health (417 words)

Remember you will get these for free if you purchase Ruth’s Superfoods & Smoothies PLR product with my link.

3 Ways to Turn These Fitness PLR Articles Into a Report

 

 

Hello!

I have written blog posts before about turning a PLR report into articles or blog posts (like this one), but I haven’t gone the other direction. I wanted to show you some different ways you can take a list of articles and turn it into a report. I am going to use a specific bundle from my store so that you can see how I came up with these ideas. They will of course be different depending on which set of articles you are using.

My PLR bundle Exercising With Injuries includes 20 PLR articles, which you can definitely use as blog posts or turn some into an autoresponder series. However, you might want to use some of these as a report so you can have a really cool opt-in or upgrade offer.

The following tips are going to give you 3 different options for turning some of these articles into a report.

Option #1: Choose One Type of Exercise For the Report

The first way to combine some of these articles into a report is to choose just one type of exercise you want to cover. Select an exercise that is used in multiple articles for people with injuries, and put them together into a report. For example, swimming is mentioned in 5 different articles. This happens to be the perfect amount for a 5-page report!

The following 5 PLR articles mention swimming as a good exercise for injuries:

  1. Swimming Can Help Most Injuries
  2. Workouts That Are Easy on Your Back
  3. Find New Workouts You Can Do
  4. How to Exercise With an Ankle Injury
  5. Easy Workouts to Get You Moving Again

You can choose what order you want to put them in, and don’t forget to customize the articles so that they are unique for your report. When you are using PLR, you should always change the title, sections, and make some tweaks in the content as well. For these, I would change the titles of each article so that they make sense as ‘sections’ of the report.

Option #2. Choose One Type of Injury to Cover in the Report

Another good option is to choose one type of injury you want to talk about. This might include articles that mention exercising with a knee injury or a hurt back. If you want to go with ankle injuries, these 5 articles all mention this type of injury:

  1. Stretches For Leg and Ankle Injuries
  2. How to Exercise With an Ankle Injury
  3. Seated Workouts You Should Try
  4. Easy Workouts to Get You Moving Again
  5. How to Know When You’re Ready to Exercise

For a different PLR bundle or pack of articles, just look through the list of titles and see which ones seem to go together. That is how I got this idea.

Option #3: Put All of the Injuries Together

For a longer report, you can go a different direction and create a report that mentions different types of injuries. This can be a report that gives your list options for exercising with injuries, where each section covers a different type of injury.

Here are some articles in this bundle that goes over specific injuries:

  1. Exercises That Are Gentle on Your Hips
  2. Exercising With a Hand or Wrist Injury
  3. Fitness Routine to do With a Shoulder Injury
  4. How to Exercise With an Ankle Injury
  5. How to Workout With an Elbow Injury
  6. Keep Exercising Even With a Knee Injury
  7. Workouts That Are Easy on Your Back

For this report, I would title each section with just the type of injury. So, if your report was something like ‘Tips For Exercising With Injuries’, I would title the sections ‘Ankle Injury’, ‘Elbow Injury’, ‘Knee Injury’, etc.

I hope this helped you understand how you can take a long list of articles and turn them into a report 🙂 Let me know if you have any questions!