How to Eat Well on a Budget

March 27, 2017

Eating a good nutritional balanced diet doesn't have to cost a fortune. Eating well is about planning and ensuring that you think about your meals during each week. 


It so easy to plan your meals starting with a good breakfast which can include cereal, fruits, yoghurt and nuts and seeds as well as boiled eggs with whole grain toast as an example. If you plan what meals you are going to have through out the week, you are less likely to buy last minute foods that may not be as good in nutrition or as cost effective if you were to prepare food yourself. 



Preparing a good salad to take into work, will take you 10 minutes to prepare and you will soon see that preparing foods yourself is more nutritious and you will soon start to see the difference in your energy, waistline as well as your pocket. 







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