Although healthy eating may seem like additional expense at first, my patients quickly find that they save quite a bit of money in a variety of unexpected ways. They wind up with more focused energy, craving less and feeling more satisfied than before releasing the need for continuous snacking and over sized portions. They find that they are more intentional about what they eat and why, allowing them to plan and budget with more purpose. They find enjoyment in learning about local gems and online resources that assist in savings, and they save in medical expenses of all kinds including ancillary items like skincare and services- when diet related issues like acne, for example, resolve, there is no longer a need for excessive facials and expensive skincare regimes.
Coupons: Many brands offer coupons for organic and natural foods. You can also sign up for coupons at natural foods stores such as Whole Foods, Trader Joe’s, Sprouts, etc! Many of these stores have their own phone apps for your smartphone, making using coupons simple to access in-store!
Intentionality: There are several places where renewal and truth can occur- and for some people this may be right in their very own kitchen. By being more intentional with what you eat and why you eat it, this can help kickstart your plan to budget with a newfound purpose.
Buy In Bulk: Buying foods in bulk is usually cheaper and by purchasing consistently used items in bulk, you reduce the amount of shopping needed on a weekly basis.
Freeze Your Food: Freezing items purchased (in bulk) can extend the value of your purchase. Freezing produce and meat products equates to money saved over time.
A Beginner’s Guide to Meal Prep + Delivery Services [Click to Read Article] : Meal prepping is a great tool to keep you on the right track while saving money (and time!) in the long run.