Many people assume that it’s more expensive to eat healthy than it is to eat “junk food” but that isn’t necessarily accurate. Just because the drive-thru offers a ready-made sandwich for a couple of bucks doesn’t mean that you can’t find a healthy equivalent for around the same price. If you’re budget-conscious and want to eat healthier, but don’t know where to start, adopt these effective strategies for cutting back on costs and calories, while increasing value and nutrition.
It’s No Secret That Eating Less Costs Less
It always seems logical to get the most obvious stuff out of the way first. So, if you are overeating; quit! Eating less food overall will cost less. Not that you couldn’t figure that out on your own, but sometimes it’s still good to be reminded of these things.
If you don’t know if you are overeating, you probably are. A simple way of reducing calorie consumption is to log what you eat. For most people, just keeping track of what you eat will make most people aware enough to make better dietary decisions.