We often think that eating healthy means spending more money. You don’t necessarily have to sacrifice on flavor and
the foods you love when trying to eat on a budget. Saving some green in your pocket book can be as easy as becoming a better planner both at the grocery store and in the kitchen.
When you think about stretching your dollars with your food, remember that making smart choices is a small price to pay when it comes to your overall health and wellness.
Kimberly Hammon, registered dietitian at NorthShore, shares the following recommendations for maximizing nutritional value and minimizing costs:
What do you do to reduce your grocery bill? What cost-saving tips do you have?