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How To Eat Well On A Budget

How To Eat Well On A Budget

A lot of people want to eat well but they’re put off by the cost.

However, eating well doesn’t need to be expensive.

With the right amount of planning and a good understanding of how to get the most out of healthy food, it’s possible to eat well without spending more.

Here are some top tips for eating well on a budget.

Plan Your Meals

If you take the time to plan your healthy meals in advance, you’ll find it a lot easier to eat well on a budget.

By planning your meals, you’ll know what to buy and how much to buy.

It highlights what you’ll have left to use in other meals and this cuts down on waste.

Cook Meals at Home

It’s always nice to go out for a nice meal with friends, but it can be expensive.

Instead of going out in search of healthy meals, try to cook more at home.

There are a tonne of fantastic recipes online to help you eat well, many of which are quick and easy.

Buy Generic Brands

Though you may be tempted to buy the most popular branded items, this can be a lot more expensive.

Generic brands are often identical to the more costly brands, except they are a lot more affordable.

By buying generic brand food, you can eat well without spending a fortune.

Avoid Buying Junk Food and Takeaways

As well as being unhealthy, junk food and takeaways are also a lot more expensive than many healthy alternatives.

If you avoid buying junk food and takeaways, you’re sure to find that you have more money to spend on more nutritious meals.

Buy Frozen Fruits and Vegetables

You may assume that buying fresh fruit and vegetables is important, but fruits and vegetables that are frozen are just as good.

Frozen fruit and vegetables are good value for money as they’re cheaper to buy and they last a lot longer.

Don’t be scared to try new things when you’re eating well on a budget, as it’s all about trial and error.

As long as you carefully consider what you’re buying and only buy the items that you need, you can eat well without going over budget.

Stephen Coleclough
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Stephen Coleclough is a personal trainer and online fitness/nutrition coach from the UK. He loves heavy squats, smashing PRs and bacon sandwiches. You can follow him on Twitter at ColecloughPT.

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