Concerned about the budget while trying to stay healthy?
Here are eight eating healthy tips to get you started.
Junk Food Monster
Junk food has two price tags on it. The first is the toll it takes on your health. The second is the price you have to pay. Plan to avoid the conditions that force you into junk food buying. For example, if during the family grocery shopping you end up at a fast food place, do your shopping alone.
1- Stay Hydrated, not Sugarated
Enjoy your favorite soft drink without storing too many of them at home. Save money and prevent those unwanted fats by limiting how much soft drink you have at home. Develop the habit of quenching thirst with water. It pays off in savings and health.
2- Freeze Them Snacks
Buy fruits in quantity and freeze or dehydrate some of it for snacks. You save money when you buy in bulk and you save money on expensive snacks full of preservatives.
will also help you get strong and provides calcium for healthy bones and healthy teeth.
3- Try Beans
Have you noticed the price of lean meat lately? Besides being expensive, meat increases the oxidative and inflammatory forces in the body that haunt you in many ways.
Learn to prepare beans. Slow cookers and crock pot recipes you can use prepare overnight while you sleep, saves you money and time and could help maintain and restore your health.
4- Hey Peanut
Try variations of peanut butter recipes if you are not allergic to them. High-quality peanut butter still is less expensive than hot dogs. They are better for your health and budget.
5- Double Hydration
Many vegetables contain a lot of vitamins and minerals. They also contain a lot of water. The fiber and volume can help you stay satiated and they are easier on the budget than eating out.