Big Mac Salad – Thrive Low Carb Way!

Does this ever happen to you?  I’ve been working around my house and time got away from me and I realized I was hungry. I’d seen a recipe for a Big Mac Salad from Our Abundant Blessings Blog and pinned it to one of my boards on Pinterest.  It sounded good but I didn’t have any hamburger thawed to make a burger – THRIVE to the rescue again — I love my Thrive Home Store!


Thrive FD Ground Beef

Remember the Big Mac jingle?
Well, I’ve made up a new one for the Big Mac Salad,
the Thrive Low Carb Way! —

Thrive freeze dried beef, special sauce,
lettuce, cheese, pickles, onions
And don’t need that sesame seed bun!

So here’s you go — my Thrive version of the:

Big Mac Salad

Big Mac Salad SAUCE

Big Mac Salad SAUCE

FD – Freeze Dried
Thrive product numbers are for Pantry sized cans


Special Sauce:
1/2 cup mayonnaise – I use this NON-GMO Brand, Just Mayo Original, if I don’t make it myself
2 Tablespoons my Sugar Free Sweet Fire Ketchup or any sugar-free ketchup
2 teaspoons yellow mustard
2 Tablespoons dill pickle relish




Big Mac Salad w/o Sauce

Big Mac Salad w/o Sauce

Romaine lettuce
1/4 cup Thrive FD Ground Beef (#22564), reconstituted
2 Tablespoons Thrive FD Diced Tomatoes (#22241) or grape tomatoes cut in half
Dill pickles, chopped
1 Tablespoon Thrive FD Onions (#22227) or Onion, chopped
2 Tablespoons Thrive FD Cheddar Cheese (#22440), right out of the can! Adds a nice crunch!


Mix up the sauce.  (If you want to let the flavors blend, you can refrigerate up to an hour – I couldn’t wait so used it right away and it was delicious!)

Big Mac Salad

Layer your salad ingredients in the order listed
Look at that wonderful ground beef and cheddar cheese.
This salad has the grape tomatoes cut up and
I love big pieces of onion so I cut one up!
However, both the Thrive Tomato Dices and Onions
are in my Home Store for a future salad!

Big Mac Salad w/Dressing

Add your dressing and ENJOY!

Now wasn’t that easy?

Here’s the cost breakdown for the Thrive products in this recipe:

Big Mac Salad Thrive Costs

Click to download Thrive Big Mac Salad Recipe

Thrive Sugar Free Sweet Fire Ketchup

Sugar Free Sweet Fire KetchupA nice balance of sweet and heat!

Tomato PowderA few years ago, I tried making my own homemade sugar free ketchup. It didn’t turn out the way I hoped, and my husband never really liked it. My friend, Cindy Suelzle, made her own Best Ever Ketchup, using Thrive Tomato Powder*** (#22237) as the base and really raved about how good it turned out on her Thrive Blog. I wanted to try it, but was a little nervous after my previous not so good experiments. Click here to download Cindy’s Ketchup Recipe, if you want to try it.

I’m on a new quest to greatly reduce the sugar in my life, as I continue to cook more nutritious meals with Thrive and lose some weight too. SO, I made another attempt at making a SUGAR FREE KETCHUP using Thrive. I used Cindy’s recipe as a base and then did my own tweaks to make it sugar free and kick it up. The result? My husband said it was the best I’ve made and he really liked it! WhooHoo — Success! I really liked it too.

Thrive with Kay Tips

***Click here for tips and other uses for Thrive Tomato Powder.


So here’s my recipe for:

Thrivin’ Sugar Free Sweet Fire Ketchup!

FD – Freeze Dried
Product numbers after products are for Pantry Cans except Spice Cans


1 cup THRIVE Tomato Powder (#22237)
3 1/2 cups water
1/3 cup Stevia Sweet Blend** or other sugar free equivalent
1/2 cup Bragg’s Apple Cider Vinegar
2 Tablespoons THRIVE FD Chopped Onion (#22227)
2 Tablespoons THRIVE FD Celery (#22223)
1/2 teaspoon THRIVE Iodized Salt (#22668)
1/2 teaspoon THRIVE Chef’s Choice Seasoning (#23628)
1/4 teaspoon THRIVE Peppercorn Blend (#23629)
1/4 teaspoon Cayenne Pepper, optional (but it makes the Fire)
1/2 teaspoon Minced Garlic or Garlic Powder
1/2 teaspoon THRIVE Baking Soda (#22661)
1/2 teaspoon Dry Mustard
1/8 teaspoon Allspice, ground or powdered
1/4 teaspoon Cinnamon

In a medium sized pot combine all the ingredients. Stir with a wooden spoon to mix and bring to a boil, stirring frequently. Reduce heat and gently simmer, stirring frequently till ketchup reaches the perfect consistency for you. Blend until smooth if FD onions & celery too chunky for you.

Pour into glass jars, cool and refrigerate.
Yields: 2 pint jars.
Serving Size: 1 Tablespoon or 32 servings/jar (64 servings for the recipe)

**Stevia Sweet Blend:
1 cup GMO-free Erythritol
1 teaspoon Organic Pure Stevia

Here’s the cost breakdown for the Thrive ingredients in this recipe:

Ketchup SF - Thrive Costs

Click to download Sugar Free Sweet Fire Ketchup Recipe!

Thrive Tomato Powder – So Versatile!

Tomato PowderTomato Powder NutritionThrive Tomato Powder is one of my favorite products. You can Substitute THRIVE Tomato Powder in any dish that calls for tomato juice, paste or sauce.  It’s perfect for stews, soups, Italian sauces, casseroles or pasta.  Add it to your beef gravy for a richer and heartier flavor.

Notice the ingredients?  Yep, just tomatoes! — Non-GMO, NO MSG and NO preservatives!

Preparation Instructions Mix THRIVE Tomato Powder into water until smooth to create tomato paste, sauce, or juice using the ratios below.

Ratio   Powder    +   Water                   Yield
1:2      1/2 cup    +   1 cups      = 1 1/2 cups paste
1:4       1/2 cup   +   2 cups      = 2 1/2 cups sauce
1:6       1/4 cup   +  1 1/2 cups = 1 3/4 cups juice


Want Quick, Healthy Meals? A Home Store Solution!

For years I had a 2 hour a day commute to my job. Add that to the 45+ hours I worked every week, and that left me with little time to prepare and eat healthier meals. For the last 5 years, I’ve been able to work from home and still don’t feel like I have much extra time to prepare and eat healthier meals!  Can you relate?

Mango Pineapple CornA few years ago, I discovered Thrive Life.  After just tasting the pineapple, mango and corn right out of the can, I was blown away with the flavor and was hooked.

Potato Ingredient

Only 1 ingredients in Thrive produce cans – NO preservatives!

I decided to create my own Home Store with an assortment of Thrive Life products. Why Thrive? Well, Thrive fruits and vegetables, for example, are vine ripened then flash frozen, sealing in the maximum nutrition and taste — providing healthier options and nothing comes from China! They’re also NON-GMO, have NO MSG and NO preservatives. And because it’s freeze dried in a can, the shelf life is up to 25 years (unopened) or 1-2 years (opened) in my pantry, instead of 1 week or less in my fridge — eliminating a lot of waste — think spinach, celery or strawberries!

Kay's Home Store Pantry

Here’s one of my Home Store Cupboards.

Creating a Home Store is like driving a car to get you where you want to go.


  • The THRIVE Q is the VEHICLE!

Is it for You?

Building a Home Store with the Thrive Q and/or Smart Start probably isn’t for you if you are already preparing and eating healthy meals and aren’t concerned with saving more time and money.  But if that isn’t you, and you’d like some help then lets continue right along . . .

Do you know what a THRIVE Home Store is?

A THRIVE Home Store is just a well stocked pantry — It’s like having your own grocery store in your cupboards.  Mine is mostly Thrive with some other good products my family likes.

How do I build my THRIVE Home Store?

Enter the The THRIVE Q – THRIVE’s brilliant monthly grocery delivery program that brings the grocery store to your home — on the date and budget you choose. When you go on The Q, you always get the best price on your THRIVE foods.  I’m always up for a bargain – How about you?


Thrive Q 1-2-3


Kay’s Recommendation: Begin Building a Home Store on the Thrive Q, starting with a Taste of Thrive Smart Start Kit AND Current Monthly Specials!

Taste of Thrive & Monthly Specials

Taste of Thrive and YOU add current monthly specials to meet budget each month.

A Taste of THRIVE plus the Monthly Specials. Set you budget for $200/month and request the Taste of THRIVE for $100 and then modify the 2nd $100 to include the current months specials, to take advantage of these extra savings on THRIVE and build your Home Store faster!

Budget: $200/month (3 shipments)

27 THRIVE foods + whatever monthly specials you pick for 2nd $100
Helpful tips and info on each food
Recipe and usage ideas in each shipment
THRIVE Guide full of product info
Quick Reference sheet for fridge

The time has come! Click here to get started — there is a good video tutorial on setting up your Q . . .


If you would like me to set up your Q initially, I’d be happy to provide that service for you:

  • Just email me at
  • Subject: Help Setup My Q
  • Please give me your address and phone number and a good time to call.
  • I’ll answer any further questions you have and take care of getting you started today!

Have fun on the journey building your THRIVE Home Store!

Kay Curtiss Signature



10 Ways Sneak Fruits & Veggies e-BookP.S. Many of the ingredients in the Taste of Thrive and Monthly Specials can be use with the THRIVE in a Mug Basic Single Serving Recipe found on pg. 38 in my free e-Book “10 Ways to SNEAK Fruits and Vegetables Into Your Diet,”

Did you download yours? 



Sausage Cheese PopUms – Under 30 minutes!

Sausage Cheese PopUmsI played around with 3 Thrive Ingredients and created this Sausage Cheese PopUm Recipe. These Sausage Cheese PopUms are great as an appetizer or snack but area also a great breakfast with maple syrup on them! They freeze well or keep in the fridge for several days. So you can make them up ahead of time to have a quick and easy breakfast or snack anytime you want!

Sausage Cheese Popum Thrive Ingred


SausageCheesePopUms-NutriFD – Freeze Dried
Thrive product numbers are for pantry cans


1 cup Thrive FD Sausage Crumbles (#22568)
1 cup hot water
1 cup Thrive 10 Grain Pancake Mix (#22131)
3 Tablespoons butter, soften
1 cup Thrive FD Cheddar Cheese (#22440)


– Pre heat Oven to 350 degrees.
– Put Thrive FD Sausage Crumbles into small mixing bowl. Add hot water, stir and let sit 10 minutes.
– Put Thrive 10 Grain Pancake Mix into medium mixing bowl. Cut in soften butter until crumbly.
– Add Thrive FD Cheddar Cheese and mix to coat cheese with buttered pancake mix.
Sausage Soaking– Add sausage AND the water to the pancake mix and gently stir until moistened.
– Scoop into Mini Muffin Pan that has been sprayed with Butter Spray.
Sausage Cheese-Ready2Bake–  Bake 18-22 minutes until golden brown and done in the middle.
Sausage Cheese-DoneENJOY!

Makes 24 PopUms in a mini muffin pan.



Click here to download Sausage Cheese PopUms Recipe!

Kay’s Bolognese Sauce – 20 Minute Meal

Kay's Bolognese SauceIn the time it takes you to boil your pasta of choice,
You can have our Family Favorite Bolognese Sauce to put on it –
Yes that is correct –
In less than 20 minutes Dinner Is Ready!

How this recipe was born

I’ve always “doctored” recipes, even before “Thrivealizing” recipes.  It always drove my friends nuts that it was hard to give them an actual recipe as I would throw in a little of this and a little of that.  Anyway, for years my husband was a “Ragu” man when it came to spaghetti saThrive Tomato Sauceuce — of course I doctored it up too, but the base had to be Ragu. Then last year Thrive introduced their new Sauce and Seasoning lines and a new sauce was born from the Thrive Tomato Sauce.  It started with the recipe that is printed on the can and I even Thrivealized that to make my own version.

A Different “Pasta” Variation

Norpor MandolineThere are many uses for this rich sauce and pasta isn’t the only thing you can put it on.  With summer coming on and my summer squash will be ready soon, I experimented with making zucchini and yellow squash pasta, using my mandoline.

What is a mandoline? Mine is a Norpro Deluxe Mandoline Slicer/Grater.  I originally got it so I could slice onions really thin to make my cousin’s french onion soup (another recipe, another post 🙂

Summer Squash PastaI made the first zucchini noodles a little bigger than I wanted for my “spaghetti” noodles so I just sautéed them in a little coconut oil, garlic and an Oriental Spice seasoning I had. That was my lunch and it was delicious.  I then put the correct attachment onto my mandoline and got the size “noodles” I wanted.  My summer squash “noodles looked like this: ————————————->

I blanched them in boiling salted water for 3 minutes, then let them drain well while I made the sauce.

Now for the sauce.

Click here for the original Bolognese Sauce recipe that is on the can and was developed by Chef Todd at Thrive Life and here is my “Thrivealized” version that my family loves:

Kay’s Bolognese Sauce

FD – Freeze Dried
Thrive numbers are for Pantry size cans except for Seasonings

Kay's Bolognese Sauce NutritionIngredients:

1⁄2 cup Thrive FD Ground Beef (#22564)
1/2 cup Thrive FD Sausage Crumbles (#22568)
2 Tablespoons butter
1 Tablespoon minced garlic
2 teaspoon fennel seeds (optional-my secret ingredient)
1/2 cup red wine (optional)**
2 Tablespoons Thrive Carrot Dices (#22221)
2 Tablespoons Thrive Mixed Bell Peppers (#22235)
1/4 cup Thrive FD Chopped Onions (#22227)
1/4 cup Thrive FD Celery (#22223)
1/4 cup Thrive FD Spinach (#22234)
2 Tablespoons Thrive Tomato Powder (#22237)
1/2 teaspoon Thrive Baking Soda (#22661)
2 tiny scoops Stevia or a little sweetener to taste
1 1/2 teaspoons Thrive FD Italian Seasoning Blend (#23627)
1⁄2 teaspoon Thrive Chef’s Choice Seasoning blend (#23628)
1⁄2 cup Thrive Tomato Sauce, (#22604), dry
4 cups water
Thrive FD Shredded Mozzarella Cheese (#22443), right out of the can as garnish if desired.


Measure out all ingredients. Reconstitute ground beef and sausage by soaking in ½ cup hot water about 5 minutes. Do not drain. Sauté garlic and fennel in butter until softened. Deglaze with red wine and reduce by half. Add carrots, mixed peppers, onions, celery, and meat and reduce until syrupy. Add remaining ingredients and bring to a simmer. Simmer on low for 8–10 minutes. Serve over pasta or veggie “pasta”. Garnish with Thrive Mozzarella Cheese right out of the can. Serves 8

**Click here for Alcohol Free Cooking Tips Blog Post

Cost for Thrive Products in this Bolognese Sauce

Cost for Thrive Products in this Bolognese Sauce

This recipe is GLUTEN FREE
if you use the Summer Squash Pasta.

Summer Squash Pasta

Summer Squash Pasta

Summer Squash Pasta Nutrition

Summer Squash Pasta Nutrition


Rainbow Farfalle Pasta

Kid’s love this one!

Rainbow Pasta Nutrition

Rainbow Farfalle Pasta Nutriton

Whole Grain Penne Pasta
Whole Grain Penne Pasta (#22137)
A healthier alternative!

WG Penne Pasta

Whole Grain Penne Pasta Nutrition

Make it Vegetarian –

Just leave out the meat and the cheese garnish (if desired) and you still have a wonderful sauce over squash “pasta.”

Click here to download Kay’s Bolognese Sauce Recipe

Alcohol Free Cooking Tips that Taste Gourmet

No AlcoholWould you like to cook like a Gourmet Chef without using alcohol as an ingredient?

Why would you want to? The alcohol cooks out and just leaves the flavor behind!

Maybe you just don’t want alcohol in your home for:

  • Health reasons?
  • Religious reasons?
  • Financial reasons?

Well, here you go — Listed below are a few substitutions to get you started:

Amaretto – Almond extract (1/2 teaspoon extract for 2 tablespoons of Amaretto) or Amaretto syrup such as Davinci Gourmet, Coffee Syrup Sf Amaretto, 25.4-Ounce

Beer or Ale – A strong chicken, beef or mushroom broth, or non-alcoholic beer.

Beer or Ale (Light) – Chicken broth, white grape juice or ginger ale.

Red Burgundy – Red wine vinegar, grape juice or non-alcoholic wine

Red Wine, sweet or dry – non-alcoholic wine with a tablespoon of vinegar added to cut the sweetness, grape juice, cranberry juice, grape jelly, tomato juice, beef broth, liquid drained from vegetables, or water. Use equal amounts of liquid as called for in the recipe.

Rum – White grape juice, pineapple juice, or apple juice in equal liquid amounts as called for in the recipe. Can also use these juices with 1/2 to 1 teaspoon of rum, almond or vanilla extract added.

Sherry – Apple juice, orange juice, pineapple juice, or non-alcoholic vanilla extract.

Vodka – White grape juice or apple cider combined with lime juice or use plain water in place of the vodka.

White Burgundy – non-alcoholic wine, white grape juice combined with white wine vinegar.

White Wine, sweet or dry – non-alcoholic wine with a tablespoon of vinegar added to cut the sweetness, white grape juice, apple juice, apple cider, tomato juice, chicken broth, liquid drained from vegetables, ginger ale, or water. Use equal amounts of liquid as called for in the recipe.

Thrive can help!

Remember that Thrive Freeze Dried products can be ground into powder then made into broths, juice or syrups. Here’s some suggestions:

Note: FD – Freeze Dried. Thrive product numbers are for Pantry size cans

Thrive FD Fruit Selections
Thrive FD Vegetable Selections
Thrive Beef Bouillon (#22662)
Thrive Chicken Bouillon (#22663)
Thrive Tomato Powder (#22237)

For a more comprehensive list of alcohol substitutions just sign up, then download my free e-Paper, “Alcohol Free Cooking Tips that Taste Gourmet,” by click on the image below:

Alcohol Free Tips e-Paper

Download your FREE e-Paper today!

Cooking with Essential Oils

doTerraCookingI’ve been using Essential Oils for a couple of years for more health related things. I’m just starting to explore the world of cooking with Essential Oils. My friend and fellow Thrive Consultant, Nancy Barter, a.k.a. Self Reliant Mama, has done a few You Tube Videos as she has experimented with cooking with Essential Oils. Here’s one:

Not all Essential Oils are meant to be taken internally and you want to make sure that you are using Food Grade essential oils. I choose doTerra oils because of the superior quality.

SIX TIPS for cooking with Essential Oils

1. A LITTLE GOES A LONG WAY – Essential Oils are more potent than dried or fresh herbs, i.e., One drop of peppermint oil equals about 28 cups of peppermint tea. Always start off with a SINGLE drop so as not to waste the essential oils. You can always add more.
2. “TOOTHPICK METHOD” – If recipe calls for less than teaspoon of herb/spice/flavoring, DIP a toothpick in the center of the dripper cap and then swirl the toothpick in the recipe or beverage.
3. CITRUS ZEST of “one” lemon, orange or tangerine = 8 to 14 drops of its companion EO
4. SPICY HERBS (marjoram, oregano, sage, rosemary, thyme or coriander) conversion: One Tablespoon spicy herb = 1/2 to ‘one’ drop of doTerra EO. Best to use the “Toothpick Method”
5. “HOT OILS” – ALWAYS use the “TOOTHPICK METHOD” for Cinnamon, Clove, Ginger and Oregano oils because doTerra oils are much stronger than their companion spices.
6. WHEN TO ADD THE ESSENTIAL OIL TO RECIPE – Add the essential oil right before serving. The heat will evaporate essential oils with the steam. With a few oils that are too strong – such as basil, oregano and rosemary – simmering will produce a wonderfully subtle scent.

Click here to read more about cooking with Essential Oils.


Cucumber Salsa – Garden Harvest Enhanced with Thrive

Cucumber SalsaCucumber Salsa

I’m starting to harvest from my small garden – How about you? We’ve got cucumbers, tomatoes, squash and raspberries all coming on. Here’s a recipe for Cucumber Salsa that combines the bounty from my garden with nutritious Thrive food, saving me time and money. This can be eaten as a snack or appetizer with chips, crackers, etc. or used as a side salad.

My Garden Harvest

My Garden Harvest

Cucumber Salsa

FD – Freeze Dried
Thrive Product Numbers are for Pantry Cans except for Seasonings

Cucumber Salsa NutritionSalsa Ingredients:
2 cups Cucumber, peeled, seeded and finely chopped
1/2 cup Thrive FD Tomato Dices (#22241) (or fresh from your garden if you have them)
1/4 cup Thrive FD Onion (#22227)
1/4 cup Thrive FD Green Chili Peppers (#22242)
1 Tablespoon Thrive FD Parsley (#23621)
1 Tablespoon chopped Jalapeno Pepper or 1 fresh pepper chopped
2 teaspoons Thrive FD Cilantro (#23622)
1 garlic clove, minced or pressed

Dressing Ingredients:
1/4 cup Thrive Sour Cream (#22449), reconstituted
1/4 teaspoon Thrive Lemonade Crystals (22899) (or 1 1/2 teaspoons Lemon Juice)
1 1/2 teaspoons Lime Juice
1 mini scoop Stevia Powder, sweeten to taste
1/4 teaspoon Ground Cumin
1/4 teaspoon Thrive Chef’s Choice Seasoning Blend (#23628)
1/2 teaspoon Dill Weed, optional

Cucumber SalsaDirections:

Mix salsa ingredients in a mixing bowl. (Thrive ingredients are right out of the can – they will reconstitute when mixed with the dressing.). Combine dressing ingredients in a small bowl and mix well. Pour over vegetable mixture and gently combine, making sure all veggies are coated. Let it sit for 10 minutes or more for FD vegetables to reconstitute and flavors to blend.

Can be served with chips, crackers or as a side salad. Serves 8

Here’s what the Thrive products would cost (with Q Pricing***) per recipe or serving:

Cucumber Salsa Thrive CostsDuring the summer when you can use “fresh” tomatoes out of your garden the Thrive cost would be even cheaper:

Pantry Can Recipe Cost – $3.04 / Cost per serving – $0.38
#10 Can Recipe Cost – $2.64 / Cost per serving – #0.33

***Click here to find out about The Monthly Q

Click here to download Cucumber Salsa Recipe

Going from Good, to Better, to Best in Your Savings on THRIVE – Become a Thrive Consultant!

Here we’re gong to explore how you can MAKE MONEY with THRIVE (on top of the money you are saving by being on the Monthly Q, Smart Start, the fast track to building a Home Store, and/or Hosting a “Party”) — by becoming a THRIVE Consultant!

Direct SalesWhy would I want to be a THRIVE Consultant?

Because as a Consultant you’ll receive these MAGNIFICENT SEVEN Benefits:

1. “Party” Commissions: 10% commission on customer orders, any extra personal orders beyond your monthly Q, AND at least a 20% commission (up to 32%) on the 1st month for those you set up on the Q — EXCELLENT!
2. Recurring Commissions: 5% recurring commission on the Q purchases every month thereafter while the customer remains on the Q — SWEET!
3. You receive a $50 ASAP (Additional Sponsorship Advanced Pay) Bonus for every Consultant you enroll — which you will receive the week after you’ve enrolled them — COOL!
4. You can be your own Host, earning Host Benefits on top of commissions — MIND-BOGGLING!
5. FREE Q Club membership, even with just a $50 monthly Q, earning you points for more free food or other Thrive products — AMAZING!
6. Build a Team: Earn up to 2% of level 1, 2, and 3 sales — AWESOME!
7. You have NO sales or party quotas — the only requirement is that you have a $50 monthly Q — IMPRESSIVE!

But what if I’m not interested in having a home-based business?

That’s how I joined. I was a Consultant for over 2 years, just for the extra perks for myself, before I decided to build my home-based business — so I get it!

Here’s a MAGNIFICENT SEVEN for you too:

1. You can just eat your kit! – You get loads of products in your consultant kit at a super bargain. So just eat you kit.
2. Your friends and family will think you are awesome! — You’ll get business literature with your kit, just distribute it to your family and friends who might be interested in Thrive. Should they decide to order, YOU can place the order for them and save them money — AND you’ll a little extra spending money and some free stuff, too! Pretty neat, huh?
3. Q Club is automatically FREE — no $100 minimum – that saves you $79.99 right there!
4. Get paid to do your shopping! Do your gift shopping (Birthday, Christmas, Wedding or other holiday events). As a consultant, you earn free and 1/2 off products all the time! Plus you get paid, too. Earn money from your Christmas list! – How sweet is that?
5. With NO monthly sales or party minimum, you only need a no-stress $50/month Q to be an active consultant and qualify for commissions.
6. Free food for your household! If you want a larger Q, simply set up your spouse or other household member up on the Q and the initial commission and recurring commissions will help pay for it.
7. Fast Track to building your Home Store with all the extra perks, giving you Peace of Mind!

As a THRIVE Consultant, you will have additional benefits and awesome support from THRIVE LIFE.  Click here to see what they provide . . . This is Great, BUT . . .

Why do I want to join the Thrive With Kay Team? Because . . .

1. I’m working on a special e-Course Online Marketing System for my team to help them build their home-based business with Online Marketing (if they want to use that). You’ll also get tips and suggestions on how to maximize all your Consultant perks to your benefit. This is in addition to the P.A.T.H. training available from THRIVE LIFE in your back office. Note: If Thrive is not your primary home-based business right now, these tips and suggestions can be applied to any home-based business.

Easy Solutions to Eat Healthier.

Easy Solutions to Eat Healthier.

2. My team can use my free e-Book “10 Ways to Get More Fruits and Vegetables Into Their Diet” to give away like I do – until you get to the point where you write your own free e-Book (I’ll show you how), if you ever want to.
3. My team can use any of my free e-Courses I develop and deliver automatically via email to help filter and find qualifying leads to build their business. You would just need to do some minor tweaks to point the leads to you.
4. My team will have access to any other free products I develop (other e-Books, recipes, papers, my blog etc.) that I use throughout our marketing system.
5. As I keep learning and growing unbuilding my home-based business, I will be sharing everything I discover with my team on how to build a successful home-based business.
6. I’ll do everything I can to help you be as successful as you want to be!

“Ok, I’m ready to Join your Team — What does it cost?”

I’m glad you asked. We have 3 Starter Kits to choose from. Click here to see the full breakdown of the 3 Kits — But let me do a brief cost comparison here:

1. Consultant Starter Kit – $199.00 — gives you $133.77 (Retail) in Food
2. Value Starter Kit – $289.00 — gives you $500.45 (Retail) in Food
3. Deluxe Starter Kit – $579.00 — gives you $1,120.49 (Retail) in Product, including the $500.45 in Food like Kit #2 PLUS a Harvest 72” Food Rotation Shelf AND a 2-Person Survival Pack.

Thrive with Kay Tips My Suggested Kit for most people is Kit #2 – the Value Starter Kit – This kit gives you the biggest bang for you buck with the Thrive food included. It’s only $90 more than Kit #1 but give you $366.68 (Retail) more in Thrive food. If you need or want a Food Rotation Shelf then Kit 3 is the best deal for you.

If you have any further questions, please feel free to comment here or email me ( We can arrange a time to talk further on the phone if we need to.

Finally, watch why others have joined Thrive Life and get a glimpse of the kind of people you will be rubbing elbows with!

Now that you are ready to Join My Team —  Click here for an easy prompt sign-up.

It’s time for us to build our Thriving Lives together!ThrvingLife