April 5th, 2020
October 08, 2020 1 min read
April 5th, 2020
One of the most common comments I read on my social media from someone stating they won't try Prymal is, “$22 for creamer?! No thanks, that's way too expensive.” I completely understand – $22 is clearly more money upfront than a run-of-the-mill $3.99 coffee creamer off the grocery shelf.
I'm not here to dispute that. I'm here to break down a quick exercise I recommend everyone go through before you decide which products you spend their hard-earned money on.
Prymal is the obvious the example we'll analyze in this exercise. And by the end, you'll understand why Prymal is polar opposite from traditional creamers and why $22 now might end up saving you thousands later.
P.S. I've been wanting to write this four-part blog series for a long time haha and I hope you find it eye-opening, educational, and something practical you can use in your everyday life beyond just food.
This series presents an apples-to-apples comparison of four critical factors that should go into your creamer purchasing decision:
2. Serving size vs actual portions used
3. Quality of ingredients
4. Impact on health from daily consumption
By the time you’re done reading the final article, you should have a solid idea of what makes a creamer worth buying in terms of both monetary and nutritional value and come to the natural conclusion: Prymal is one of the best investments you can make in your finances and in your health and your family.
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