One of the common misconceptions about eating healthily is that it is difficult, even impossible, to do on a budget. It is easy to understand why people think this – if you look in any health food shop, the prices are usually on the high side. If you walk the fruit and veg aisle at your local supermarket, you will often note that the better produce costs more than it would to buy a bunch of oven-ready meals from the other sections of the store.
However, the truth of the matter is that eating healthily on a budget is not that difficult at all and, in truth, buying healthy food can work out a lot cheaper than spending on the less healthy but more “appealing” products. Undoubtedly, there is a caveat to this. If you want to eat healthily and spend less money, you have to be prepared to do more work in the kitchen than if you were to just buy quick, easy food. But we all have to make sacrifices to achieve our goals.
Ready-made health food is like its less healthy cousins – a false economy. What you may gain in time, you will lose elsewhere. There will always be something you have to take a hit on, and out of the three main areas – health, price and time – time is often the one that we can afford to take a constructive view on. If you have time, it may even be beneficial to cook a few meals at a time and store them in the fridge or the freezer to be eaten later.
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