Has this happened to you before? You searched and spent your entire food budget, then finally realized that you had not got what you needed to prepare healthy meals?
What can you do to stop this in the future?
To avoid this happening again, we offer you five tips that we hope you will find useful:
– Don’t shop once you feel hungry.
– Eat a snack before you go shopping, such as one or two apples or others, to satisfy hunger.
– Make an inventory, so that you know what you want.
– It’s best to make a list of the things you want to buy.
– When choosing fruits and vegetables, be sure to be varied and fresh.
– Remember to fill your cart with a rainbow of colorful fruits and vegetables such as: broccoli, onions, carrots, cabbage, sweet potatoes, bananas, oranges, apples, and alternative favorites …
– Avoid the acquisition of nutrients found in the home and avoid wastefulness.
– Choosing what in the season will make it easier to keep prices low.
– If you can’t figure out what you need … check the food product lane: the frozen fruit and vegetable unit, and remember that frozen food is better than canned.
– Instead of shopping for tons of white meat, purchase additional fish and chicken. One chicken can be used for many meals … like soups and tostadas.
– Take off the skin to make healthy meals, and roast or cook better than frying.
– Small changes such as dairy will add great nutritional value. For example, buy regular milk and regular dairy products, not dairy products that contain a pile of sugar. Then add your favorite fruit to it for aesthetic appeal.
By following these healthy food tips, you and your family can enjoy good health and save budget.