3 Tips to Eat Healthy Without Breaking the Bank
3 Tips to Eat Healthy Without Breaking the Bank
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Written by Nicholle Overkamp

July 14, 2022

I am a BIG advocate for eating healthy food. It is critical for your body to have clean, effective fuel so you can stay healthy and have enough energy to tackle the million and one tasks that take up your day.

I’ve heard so many women tell me that they’d like to eat healthy, but it’s just far too expensive. This myth is everywhere, and I’m here to debunk it. You CAN eat healthy without breaking the bank, and we’ve got three tips to help you do it.

3 Tips to Eat Healthy Without Breaking the Bank:

1. Plan your meals and cook them at home.

Planning ahead can help you save money by avoiding impulse purchases and choosing cheaper, healthier options. Cooking at home is a great way to save money and control what ingredients go into your food. You can also prepare larger quantities of food, which can help you save time and money in the long run.

Some great tips to eat healthy at home include:

  • Choose simple recipes that don’t require a lot of ingredients or complicated techniques. Cooking simple meals is a great way to save money and time in the kitchen. There are many easy and affordable recipes out there that can help you cook healthy, delicious meals without breaking the bank.
  • Bulk up your meals with inexpensive protein sources. Protein is an essential nutrient for maintaining health and energy levels, and it can be expensive to buy in large quantities. However, there are many affordable and healthy protein sources that you can add to your meals. Some great options include: eggs, beans and legumes, and lentils.
  • Avoid processed foods. Processed foods are often high in unhealthy fats, sodium, and added sugars, and they can be expensive to buy in large quantities.

2. Make use of coupons and discounts.

One great way to save money on healthy foods is to be on the lookout for coupons and discounts.

There are a few different ways to find coupons and discounts for healthy food. One great way to start is by checking with your local grocery store or pharmacy. Many stores offer coupons and discounts on healthy foods, so it’s worth asking about them when you’re shopping. You can also check online for discounts on healthy foods. There are a number of websites that offer discounts on healthy foods, so be sure to check them out before you shop.

3. Shop at farmer’s markets and local grocery stores.

There are a number of reasons why shopping at a farmer’s market can be a great way to save money on groceries. Some of the benefits include:

  • You can get cheaper prices on healthy foods. Farmer’s markets often offer cheaper prices on fresh fruits, vegetables, and other healthy foods than larger supermarkets.
  • You can buy in bulk. Many farmer’s markets offer discounts for buying produce in bulk. This can be a great way to save money on groceries.
  • You can find local produce. Buying local produce can help you support your local community while getting fresh, affordable fruits and vegetables.
  • You can get fresh produce year-round. Farmer’s markets typically operate year-round, which means you can get fresh produce all year round. This can be a great way to get your daily dose of fruits and vegetables, especially in the winter months.

Need help to eat healthy and save money?

You’ve got this! Our friend, dietician Yen Ngo at Health is Wealth Nutrition LLC, recently did a Wealthy Wednesday Live Chat on this very topic. Make sure you check out the replay!

As always, if you need help achieving your money goals, we’d love to chat. Book a free discovery call and we’ll get you on the path to building wealth.

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