Let’s be real for a minute, shall we? Food is expensive these days. .
And that’s scary for all of us, but it’s ESPECIALLY frustrating when you’re wanting to commit to a healthier lifestyle but it honestly feels like you might have to take out a 2nd mortgage just to afford your grocery bill.
Is it possible to eat healthily AND keep your budget under control?
Today, I want to show you that I am right.
But I’ll start with the bad news first: eating healthy IS likely going to be more expensive than eating junk food or processed food. There’s just no getting around that. The healthiest, most nutrient-dense foods in the world—whole foods like high quality meat and fresh vegetables and fresh fish and dairy—those things are always going to cost more than a burger from the dollar menu or a bag of potato chips or a box of macaroni and cheese.
But here’s the good news: healthy eating doesn’t have to break the bank.
It’s hard enough to get fit and lose weight without having to worry about how you can afford it. You have to be willing to put in the effort and learn to understand…