The recession is causing us all to watch our bottom lines. However, there is no better investment than an investment into your health. Eating healthy today will lead to better health (and lower medical bills) in the future. That said, there are ways to have it both ways - healthy and economical. Low cost doesn’t have to mean low quality. In fact, some of the most inexpensive things you can buy are the best things for you.
Read on for some suggestions to help you keep your supermarket bills in check.
1. Make Three Shopping Lists
Look around your house before you head to the market and make the following lists:
2. Use Coupons
3. Don’t Shop Hungry
Eat a healthy snack before heading out the door. It is diet and wallet sabotage to shop hungry. Hungry shoppers fill their baskets with all kinds of non-essentials. It is always best to shop on a full stomach.