Grocery bills can certainly add up, and it can be hard to prioritize healthy eating when you're depending on a tight budget. Yet, eating with health in mind can make a huge difference for your mental and physical health, so it's important to learn these money-saving hacks to make shopping easier and simpler.
As a certified health coach, I work with people on managing their finances in order to live a healthy lifestyle, filled with rich, whole foods, exercise, self-care habits and access to things that can better their emotional and physical wellbeing. While I am not a financial advisor, and so I recommend seeking financial guidance elsewhere, I do find that coming up with a set amount to spend on certain healthy habits is beneficial for regulating stress and making room for things in life that are worth investing in for long-term results. Eating well can help prevent diseases and can boost productivity on a daily basis, and this effect will carry over throughout the years, making us happier, healthier and better off for ourselves, our families and our occupations. Eating on a small budget does not necessarily mean that nutrition must fall behind. Here are thirteen ways to save money, while still nourishing your body from the inside and out.
By Isadora Baum with Bustle.com