One of the most common complaints I hear about healthy eating is that it's too expensive.
But stocking your cart with nutritious whole foods doesn't need to break the bank. I opt for affordable vegetarian proteins like beans and eggs to slash a few extra dollars off my grocery bill. You, too, can maximize nutrition while spending less on groceries!
12 Ways Registered Dietitians Save Money on Groceries
Healthy eating doesn't have to be expensive! I share a few simple budget-friendly swaps for getting more nutritious whole foods for less in this Self.com article. Get ideas from my fellow RDs, too!
Amy's Recipe of the Week: Spiced Roasted Chickpeas 5 Ways
Bored with your regular snack routine? Shake things up with crunchy, satisfying, and nutritious roasted chickpeas. You'll never grow bored with five creative flavor varieties to choose from! (And try more of my healthy recipes!)
55 Delicious Ways to Have Eggs for Every Meal
Eggs are an affordable, nutrient-dense addition to your grocery cart—and they're not only for breakfast! Get inspired with 55 healthy egg recipes for every meal, including my protein-rich French toast, in this ReadersDigest.com article.
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