Start Eating healthy and sustainably on a small budget

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Eating healthy on a small budget seems for many people impossible. Wealthy people have all the fun–or so they say. While money can certainly buy you a lot of things, it does not necessarily imply that they will be beneficial to your health. In fact, eating healthy and sustainable foods is often a lot cheaper than eating processed junk food. And not only is eating healthy better for your body, but it’s also better for the planet. So if you’re looking to save some money and eat better, here are some tips to get you started.

Here are some strategies that will help you eat right for your body and the planet. This will help you save money.

The best way to not overspend - buying in bulk

When it comes to spices and other frequently pricey ingredients, buying just what you require helps keep costs down. It’s not the same as your everyday grocery items. When you have a chance to purchase them in larger quantities, do it. Not only is it often a lot cheaper but you’re also not paying for packaging since it’s included in the cost of packaged products.

Cook in bulk and save time

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Make a large part of whatever you’re preparing and divide it into leftovers in a few different containers, which you can eat over the days ahead and store for future use. This is also a great time-saver. You can cook once and then have food for days or even weeks.

Make your own snacks

You’ll save a lot of money if you make your own snacks rather than buy them at the store. Not only are they often healthier but they’re also much cheaper. You can easily bake your own bread, for example, or cook up a big batch of rice and then add whatever vegetables you have on hand.

Shop at the farmer's market

Eating locally grown food is not only better for your health but it’s also good for the planet. And, in many cases, it’s cheaper than buying from the grocery store. Farmer’s markets are a great place to find fresh produce at a fraction of the price. Farmers will often have produce that’s not quite beautiful enough to go to grocery stores they will sell at discounts in person.

Build your empire with these two simple foods

Staples like rice and beans have built entire civilizations and empires. Whole grains are healthy for you and the environment, and they go down easily. They also provide excellent nutrition values to your body. Rice and beans are a perfect combination of protein, carbs, and healthy fats.

This mix is so filling that you’ll be satisfied with small portions. And because they’re cheap, you can add as many vegetables as you want to bulk up your meal without breaking the bank.

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Why not a new ritual - the weekly meal prep day

One of my pals, on the other hand, has a weekly meal prep day: She sets aside Sunday evenings as a kitchen preparation ritual. Rituals are healthy and helpful for people who like structure, but also, this means she goes grocery shopping on Sunday afternoon. She prepares Sunday dinner, and then has leftovers and frozen meals for the rest of the week, saving her a lot of time and money.

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Go for quality - not the cheap stuff

Reducing expensive things like meat in your diet has a ton of benefits. Good quality meat costs a lot and cheap, low-quality meat is very bad for you and the planet.

We all know that low-cost meat is produced in an unethically bad manner. It’s horribly wrong to mistreat animals and feed them grains, and it has a costly side: your health!

Thus, cutting cheap meat out of your diet, or only eating high-quality meat on special occasions, will certainly save you money. And the benefits to farmers, animals, the planet, and your health are immense.

So, what are you waiting for?

Start planning eating healthy and sustainably meals today! And if you have any questions that weren’t answered in this post or the FAQ, don’t hesitate to reach out to us. We want to help make eating well easy and affordable for everyone. What tips do you have for eating healthily and sustainably on a budget? Let us know in the comments below.

FAQ - Frequently Asked Questions

How can I make my own snacks?

You can dry roast and salt or season peanuts in the oven; try dried fruit with almonds, raisins, and chocolate chips on top; make homemade granola bars with honey and chocolate butter. Many more recipes you can find here:


Where can I find affordable produce?

You can often find affordable produce at local farmers’ markets. Another great option for getting affordable produce is to buy food in bulk from stores. Buying in bulk can be a great way to save money on groceries, and it’s a great way to reduce your environmental impact by avoiding unnecessary packaging.


What’s the best way to prepare grains and beans?

Cooking grains and beans from scratch is a great way to save money on groceries, and it’s a great way to impact your health with excellent protein. There are many different ways to cook grains and beans, so you can find a method that fits your lifestyle and cooking style. Some easy methods include boiling, simmering, or pressure cooking.


What’s the difference between organic and conventionally grown food?

Pesticides used in conventional farming are chemicals that are used to kill insects and rodents. Herbicides are chemicals that are used to kill weeds. Both pesticides and herbicides can be harmful to your health. Pesticides and herbicides contaminate soils, food, water, and the environment. Thus, you don’t want them in your food.


When is the best moment to start eating healthy?

Whenever you feel like you’ve had enough. Just kidding, you should try to start eating healthy as soon as possible! Eating healthily is one of the most important things you can do for your body, and it’s never too late to start. 🙂

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