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How To Eat Healthy Food On A Budget

By Edited Oct 6, 2016 0 2

You do not have to spend a lot of money to eat healthy food. Many people assume you have to pay a premium to eat healthy food. There are ways that you can eat healthy food on a small budget and this article will guide you on how to do it.

Things You Will Need

To follow the steps listed in this article on how to eat healthy food on a budget.

Step 1

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The first step to eating healthy food on a small budget is to eat eggs in the morning instead of cereal. A container of one dozen eggs costs less than commercial cereal brands that you find in grocery stores. Eggs are also very healthy for you, so to eat healthy and do it on a small budget eggs are a great choice.

Step 2

The second step to eating healthy on a budget is to buy your fruits and vegetables at farmers markets instead of purchasing them at the grocery store. Fruits and vegetables cost more at the grocery store because they had to be shipped all over the country. There are wholesalers and transport companies who are involved in the delivery of these items, and all of that is built in to the price you pay at the grocery store. None of these expenses come with buying fruits and vegetables at farmers markets, so you can get them cheaper. Organic fruits and vegetables are also readily available at farmers markets, and organic food is usually much healthier than foods laced with pesticides and chemicals.

Step 3

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The third step to eating healthy on a small budget is to buy your meat through a cow pool. Cow pooling is where several families will pay for a cow(that is hormone free, free range, and grass fed), have it butchered, and then divide the meat up among each other. This method will bring down the cost of the meat for each family, and meat that is from cows that are free range, grass fed, and free from growth hormones is much healthier as well. Array

Tips & Warnings



Sep 10, 2010 2:14am
I think eating oatmeal with milk is even cheaper. I keep the eggs for lunch or dinner.
Sep 10, 2010 7:14am
thanks for useful advice
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