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Here are some tips for eating healthy on a budget!
Look for fruits and vegetables that are in season! That’s the best time to purchase them! An when produce is out-of-season, save money by buying frozen fruits and veggies – the nutrients are all in there!
Create a meal plan for the week. Make a large batch of a healthy meal, freeze the divided portions to reheat for the busy week nights.
You don’t have to buy red meat and poultry to find good sources of protein. Eggs, beans and canned tuna are also good protein sources – and more reasonably priced.
Fresh fruits and vegetables can be more nutritious and economical than many other snacks. And they are just the right size for a snack!
Fast food, and the value menu might seem like a good buy, but do the math and you’ll find that costs will quickly multiply!