Is it do-able? Is it practical? Is it thinkable? This idea to eat healthier, make wiser choices, and consume food products that nourish rather than malnourish? Is it even worth it?
My guess is, if you’re reading this, you’re already interested in eating healthier. Most people don’t just decide to exchange Doritos, Hamburger Helper, and store-bought pizza with ‘health food’ for the fun of it. The majority of us have turn to whole foods because of our own health or the health of our loved ones. Maybe we want to lose weight, maybe we discovered we have food allergies, it could even be that we have so many health problems we don’t know where else to start.
Whatever your reason, I’m guessing you’ve also wondered “How do others afford to eat whole foods without breaking the bank?” That’s one of the most common questions I’m asked. I can’t say as I have a bunch of tricks up my sleeve, but I do have some tips I hope will keep your wallet a little fuller.
I’m guest posting today at Blossoming Homestead with my friend Megan. To read the rest of this article, just stop on by! Make sure to browse a bit while you’re there. Megan and her husband recently had a beautiful baby girl and you’ll find delight in watching their homestead blossom.
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