Healthy Lifestyle

You can eat healthy without breaking the bank. Follow the tips below to put together tasty, nutritious meals.

Eating Healthy On A Budget


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Choose Frozen Vegetables

Frozen vegetables are a cheap source of vitamins. They're picked at their peak ripeness and retain much of their nutritional value in the freezer.

Eat Less Meat

Replace cuts of meat with other sources of protein like beans, canned fish, and eggs. Most of them have a longer shelf life than raw meat.

Buy In-Season

Buying fresh, in-season produce is cheaper and more nutritious than the off-season.

Spice It Up

Adding spices to your dishes are a good way to add flavor without the extra calories.

Healthy Shopping Habits

Healthy eating starts with the grocery list. Pre-plan your meals and learn to navigate Save-A-Lot's aisles to find the best food for a healthy lifestyle.

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Snack Before You Shop

Buying food on an empty stomach could lead to unhealthy and unnecessary purchases. Have a small snack before you hit the grocery aisles.

Plan Your Purchases

Make a grocery list for a week's worth of meals and stick to it. This will make budgeting and assembling meals easier.

Keep Your Fridge Organized

If you already know whar's in your fridge, you won't buy food you already have. Organize your fridge for a different groups. Use bottom shelves for fruits and vegetables, the door for sauces, etc.

Portion Control

Too much overeating can lead to weight gain, stomach aches and drowsiness. So, try to stop eating when you feel about 80% full. Be mindful not just of what you are putting in your body, but how much as well.

Portion Control

Measure your mouthfuls. Place this printable on your fridge as a guide to proper portion sizes.

Small Changes For A Healthier Lifestyle

A lifestyle change doesn't happen overnight. It can start with small, simple tweaks to your everyday routine. Try adding 1 of these changes to your routine every week. After 5 weeks, you'll have a healthier, more active lifestyle.

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Drink More Water

We recommend 6-8 full glasses of water everyday. Drinking water has many health benefits. It's great for your skin, it helps you feel full so it can help you not overeat, and it helps your body function properly. Take the healthy habit mobile with a water bottle. So you will always have it as your side.

Get More Sleep

Sleep plays an important role in your physical, mental, and emotional health. A lack of sleep can affect how well you function at work and at school, it makes you feel irritable.

Switch Off the TV. For For a Walk

Being active is a big part of being healthy. Try your best to get at least 30 minutes of mild to moderate excercise everyday.

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Introduce a new Vegetable

Add a new vegetable to your meal plan every week. This will reinforce the habit of eating fresh food.

Cook at Home

Save money and your waistline at the same time. Cooking your own meals gives you control over the portion sizes. So, try to eat at home as much as possible.