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Beans, beans, the magical fruit the more you eat, the more wealthy you become! Well, it’s not quite the simple, but sort of. Imagine eating as much as you want of whole foods while preventing and reversing the most common illnesses that are plaguing Americans like diabetes, heart disease, and cancer. Now, what if eating the very foods that made us healthier also made us wealthier? The very illnesses that are positioning Americans to have to be medicated, end up with enormous hospital bills, are also preventing them from having the savings, family protection, and retirement wealth they should have. I know you probably haven’t made the connection between wealth accumulation and plant-based eating, but allow me to show you what you may not be taking advantage of.
Life insurance rates are determined based on health and age and many people are either denied or are hit with a higher premium because of their poor health. Let me backtrack. Life insurance serves many purposes. When you walk out of life, life insurance walks in. That’s the kind most are familiar with, but some kinds of life insurance provide a savings aspect that can supplement your retirement, pay for college, provide income to fund your business or other life needs. Living benefits can also provide income in case of illness or disability. If you didn’t know life insurance does all of this, it’s okay. Most people don’t, which is why they’re missing out on one of the most versatile tools out there.
Three areas of life everyone need to be prepared for: walking out of life too soon, outliving your money, or become disabled or ill. The younger you are and the healthier you are the more likely you will be able to get the coverage you need for the affordability you need. I’ve seen many clients get denied coverage because of heart disease, out of control diabetes, and cancer. Yet, many of those illnesses could have been prevented and reversed meaning they missed out on coverage they could have received had they been eating a cholesterol free diet – a plant based one.
A difference between a healthier person and an unhealthier person can be a savings of over $1,000 a month or more. Or you can look at it the other way and eating unhealthy can not only cost you your health but cost you an extra $1,000 a month.
Remember your grandpa telling you the price of a movie at the drive-in? Now we’re looking at $12 a ticket. Money won’t hold the same buying power 20-30 years from now, which means it’s necessary to get more coverage now so you’ll be covered in the future when you need it the most, but a lot of people make the mistake of waiting until they’re older to apply for the coverage. If you prefer to save money apply for the coverage now. Set up your child’s future by getting them coverage as babies so they can use the income for college when it’s time for that. Some insurance carriers give scholarships as well.
If you’re like most people you want to feel healthy, energized, have a strong savings and be making the income you’re worth, right? Eat those plants, minimize or eliminate animal foods, and start saving with life insurance now!
Lailah Moridzadeh graduated from CSUF with a B.A. in Communications with an emphasis in Broadcast Journalism, and a minor in Radio-TV-Film. Her life path and skills led her to running a business as an insurance broker and vegan coach helping people become healthier, wealthier, with more time and money freedom to reach their full potential in life. Visit GetFreeVeganLifeInsurance.com for more information.