Cheap healthy food is available but requires planning, preparation, and time to cook.
Everyone wants to learn about healthy eating, especially to lose weight, but then refuse to make time to prepare the foods necessary to accomplish their goal. That’s a shame.
Eating healthy on a budget can be done but few folks have the time to devote specifically to buying and cooking cheap healthy food. Until you make time to transform inexpensive healthy recipes into sumptuous meals your eating habits will continue to revolve around unhealthy foods.
It’s Not Your Fault
You were taught to consume fast foods by your well-meaning parents. They were probably taught to eat these types of foods by their parents. It’s a sad legacy to pass from generation to generation.
That doesn’t make it OK. It just means you were taught poor eating habits that may be detrimental to you.
The family traditions surrounding the preparation of cheap healthy food have largely been lost over the last few decades. Therefore, the case can be made that fast food may be contributing to a less cohesive family structure as well as the obesity epidemic.
Best Foods To Eat
The best foods to eat are raw vegetables, fresh fruit, whole grains and a small amount of lean meat. Often, these are cheaper than fast foods.
An interesting thing happens when you eat natural foods.
You begin preferring them to fast food.
Try to eat good, healthy foods as much as possible to slim your waistline and save money.