Are You Healthy Eating on a Budget, during the Supply Chain Crisis?

We are all seeing the impact of covid-19 on supply chains, and it means that pretty much everyone is struggling to find bargains and save money during these difficult times, so here are a few tips that should help you.

1. Eliminate junk food from your diet

The simplest way to shop is on your own, as children and, occasionally, spouses are the ones who typically request junk food. Yes, going grocery shopping alone will help you just buy the nutritious things you need

2. Drink water or milk instead of soft drinks.                                               

You can still enjoy your favorite drinks during a sporting event or on a night out, but while purchasing, go for the smaller size to save money and calories. Children and adults alike require milk and milk products on a regular basis. Milk can also help you grow stronger since it contains calcium, which is essential for healthy bones and teeth. However, if you cannot drink dairy and are concerned about your health, you should try making your own Tiger Nut Milk, here’s how: 

3. Buy a significant quantity of fruits

Buy a lot of fruits, especially when they're in season and freeze the remainder. Before freezing the fruit in plastic zipper bags, make sure to thoroughly wash it and remove any rotting portions.

4. The fourth and fifth items on the list are meat and beans, as meat and beans are the best sources of protein. Beef that is lower in fat, costs more than beef that is higher in fat.

5. Instead, use beans!

Beans should be used frequently as a meat substitute. You can put them in a crock pot and have them ready to eat when you get home because they come in a variety of flavors. Canned beans are also a terrific deal because they are inexpensive and provide plenty of protein.

According to the USDA, beans should be ingested at least four times each week. If you have gas after eating beans, wash them, cover them with water, bring to a boil, drain the water, and then refill the pot.

6 Seafood

Seafood is readily available in Grocery stores so make the most of it as it is particularly good for you. Make fish a key part of your diet. You may want to try catching some yourself, This is a lot of family fun, and saves you a bunch of money too! 

 7 Peanut butter is affordable and well-liked by almost everyone, making it great for those on a tight budget. You can use it to make sandwiches. It must be kept refrigerated, but larger jars can last for weeks.

If you're allergic to nuts, you can manufacture your own Tiger Nuts Butter, which is, of course, nut-free. Here's a link to a video that shows you how to make it in a matter of seconds:

You can never go wrong when it comes to eating healthy. It is possible to eat healthy for only a few bucks, making it ideal for individuals on a budget.

The truth is that having the lifestyle and health you've always desired does not require a large sum of money.

If you are Nut allergic, you can make your own Tiger Nuts Butter, which of course is completely NUT FREE. Here's a link on how to make it easily  in a few seconds:

8. You should eat a lot of high-protein foods, like salads, watermelon, and even sugar-free gelatin.

So eat healthy and save money too!

Jack Sims - Founder & CEO at 

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