It’s not hard to eat healthy… Your excuses are just getting the better of you 🙂

Take the savings from throwing out the foods that I suggested in the last post, and that alone will provide you added funds to improve your eating habits.

It is simply a LIE that eating healthier is more expensive… if done correctly you can eat well, save money and never be hungry!

Next post will outline some of my never-fail tips for eating well within any budget!

For now, take a closer look at adding some of these superfoods into your everyday diet ASAP!

  • Want to reduce your butter intake?  Start cooking with the following spices: Ginger, Cayenne, Black Pepper. They make just about anything tasty, and provide metabolism producing compounds that will help you stay within your dietary goals!
  • Add Avocado to your list of foods that you eat with just about every dinner!  It is yummy in salads, delicious when stuffed into any protein.  Avocados also contain the best kind of fat (monounsaturated oleic acid) and help your body block the absorption of bad fats (cholesterol)
  • With a husband who loves classic American cheat foods, sweet potato fries are homemade at least once a week at our house!  Using my oven’s broiler to cook them… it’s easy, fast and delish too!
  • Omega-3 fatty acids are a hot nutrition staple in my kitchen.  I have used ground flaxseed in my cereal and baked goods for over 5 years now.  Not only do they provide the essential “good” fats, they are a terrific source of fiber and reduce inflammation in the body.
  • I love literally ALL fruits, but blueberries are one fruit that can never get enough positive hype!  It’s anti-aging effects have encouraged my mom to eat them every morning in her breakfast regime… and the incredibly high level of antioxidants can do wonders for your immunity!
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