Monday, August 4, 2014

Create a Plan for Eating Healthy

 Create a Plan for Eating Healthy 

So most of the time people's #1 excuse for not being healthy is the cost of healthy foods.  Yes, healthy foods are often more expensive than processed junk, but here are so ideas to help you eat healthy on a budget!

1. Make a habit of meal-planning once a week — simply map out your breakfast, lunch, dinner, and snack ideas for each day. Then, make a shopping list and stock your fridge and cupboards with only the foods you need--don't go overboard at the grocery store and buy what looks good.

2. Freeze dinner leftovers for grab-and-go meals — and prepare snacks and lunches the night before. 

**Planning ahead gives you more choices — and saves money.

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