Site Navigation

Eating Healthy On A Budget

eating healthy on a budget

When you are trying to eat healthier you may think you can’t afford the healthier food.  Think again.  This infographic will help you spend less and eat healthy at the same time.

Tips for eating healthy on a budget:

  • Buy fresh produce that is in season
  • Buy organic from a Community Support Agriculture (CSA) or Food Co-op.  Best deals and a larger amount for the price.
  • Buy the largest size available.  You can portion out and freeze for later.
  • Look and purchase store-bought organic dairy products.
  • Buy whatever egg is cheapest as brown or white eggs have the same nutritional value.  Cage-free is best for quality and nutrition.
  • When purchasing meat organic is better for animal welfare purposes.  Buying whole chickens is also cost effective as opposed to buying chicken breasts.  Cook, cut and freeze for later.
  • When buying grains, buy the majority of whole grain items.


Eating Healthy on a Budget

If you need more help check out Super Simple Healthy Eating HacksShakeology is also my go to super simple meal every day.  It’s loaded with vitamins, minerals, protein and probiotics.  I also don’t spend extra on vitamins now and the price is roughly $4 a meal.  That’s cheaper than most fast food meals.  My results are better and my energy is now so much better.  I’m thankful for finding such a healthy meal that takes minutes to whip up!

What do you think about eating healthy on a budget?  Do you have a tip to add?  Comment below so everyone can benefit from your knowledge!

More articles on nutrition that will help you stay on track:

Leave A Comment