So, if your budget is more about instant noodles than organic veggies and grass-fed beef, let’s get to the nitty gritty on how to save on your grocery bill:
Turns out it is possible to slash your food budget and make room for healthy eats! Although super foods like maca and spirulina are great, humble veggies such as kale, cabbage and spinach pack a nutritional punch too.
It might take a little planning to change eating and spending habits, but it’s definitely doable.
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