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Ep 116: Healthy Eating on a Budget: 5 Meals Under $1.99

Ep 116: Healthy Eating on a Budget: 5 Meals Under $1.99

DePrimal Potential


Ep 116: Healthy Eating on a Budget: 5 Meals Under $1.99

DePrimal Potential

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30 minutes
Sortie:
Dec 24, 2015
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Eating healthy on a budget is absolutely possible. In fact, what I want to demonstrate in today's episode is that you can actually save a lot of money by eating clean, eating for fat loss and focusing on whole foods.
Can it be more expensive to eat healthy? Yes. 
Can it be more expensive to not eat healthy? Yes.
You can do it either way. The choice is yours. But eating healthy on a budget is 100% possible.
Eating Healthy On A Budget
I've talked before about details like how to save money on proteins and when it's important to buy organic and what items you can save money on by going conventional. You can check out that episode here.
In today's episode, however, we're talking about the specifics about how you can eat very inexpensively while focusing on fat loss friendly & whole foods.
I have 6 specific recipes you can make for less than 1.99! But before that, let's establish some basics.

Complex recipes are going to cost far more than simple meals
Eating for fat loss does not have to include exotic recipes, a million spices or special cooking oils
Identify your favorite fat loss foods & keep it simple
It kinda goes without saying that you're going to spend far more if you shop at luxury grocers like Whole Foods. While that is lovely, it is not necessary
You don't have to opt for the most expensive fruits and veggies. Berries cost more than apples, most of the time. Brussels sprouts cost more than cabbage. Choose wisely and emphasize inexpensive staples.

Bacon & Egg Sweet Potato Cups: $1.04 per person
Salmon Cakes & Mashed Cauliflower: $1.87 per person
Bacon, Egg & Veggie Breakfast Bowl: $1.93 per person
Spaghetti Squash with Ground Turkey: $1.77 per person
Quarter Pound Turkey Burger with Bacon & Avocado: $1.31 per person
BONUS (This one is just over $2.00)Baked Marinara Chicken Thighs with Brussels Sprouts: $2.12 per person
http://primalpotential.com/eating-healthy-on-a-budget/
Sortie:
Dec 24, 2015
Format:
Épisode du podcast