As seen in TIME Magazine.

An article that features us, and comments on our experiment as part of an analysis on deprivation experiments has been published in this week’s TIME Magazine. Here’s a link!

By the way, if you haven’t already, please pick up a copy of our new book “On a Dollar a Day: One Couple’s Unlikely Adventure in Eating in America”…you can click to order on the right hand side of this page!

– Christopher


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5 responses to “As seen in TIME Magazine.

  1. Hi Guys

    Love your blog and your project. Very cool. Check out – we will be raising awareness and bringing world leaders in wellness together on this and other issues.

    Good luck with the book, I am sure it will be a huge success.

    Be well
    Megan (

  2. I just finished reading your fantastic book and am so inspired! My fiance and I have both been trying our best to eat better and less expensively lately. Your book has really gotten my gears turning, so thank you for all your efforts!

  3. jessicalovessmoothies

    Congrats to you two! I followed your blog through your initial experiment and just read your book. Thanks for all of the great ideas!

  4. B Canning

    Can’t live on an average of $1 a day per person for food!? I raised 7 kids for less than that! Milk was the big expense. They ate well – breakfast, lunch & dinner. What do you consider “food?” If you look into a typical basket at the grocery store, about 1/2 isn’t “food.” It’s toilet paper, beer & laundry detergent, etc. If you want to live on < $1 a day, try cooking , not carry-out!

  5. That is a fantastic idea. I can tell you that I have been making diets for 10 years(I am 28 years old).And when I make diet I buy every food more expensively.

    Now I will try your idea.If it works or not I will tell you the result.

    But I am afraid , though I am in Turkey , and Turkey is cheaper than USA.. What can I eat with 1 dollar a day? Only a coke costs 1 dollar :S
    But I will try …

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