1. White Foods Are GOOD!
How could foods such as bananas and potatoes just because of their colour be BAD?
I know that bananas and potatoes are a bit carb-heavy, but for those of us that exercise hard, these types of carbohydrates can actually be beneficial for post-workout recovery. Another benefit of both bananas and potatoes is that they are natural non-processed foods packed with potassium and a boatload of other vitamins and minerals.
So, don’t fear naturally ‘white ‘ foods.
Eat Clean. Feel Great!
#10 Strategies for Fat Loss and Healthy Eating on a Budget
Does Eating Healthy Really Cost More?
Studies prove eating healthy ultimately saves money.
You might be surprised how easily you can stretch your food budget.
10. Stop buying white potato – swap to sweet potato – mash them, bake them, slice them even fry them! Full of nutrients and REALLY filling! Even kids like them- result!
Remember to Look at the Big, Big Picture: While I wrote this blog with your budget in mind, I want you to also think beyond money. I love a good bargain as much as anyone, and know the euphoric rush of getting a great deal on something you love.
Here’s the thing: You can always earn more money, but you can’t put a price on your health. You can’t put a price on setting a healthy example for your kids.
Put your extra spending on locally grown, organic produce or grass-fed beef as an investment in your long-term health and future generations.