Whether you’re out of work as a result of the coronavirus pandemic or you simply cringe when you see food prices increasing due to lower supply and higher demand, you may feel like it’s harder than ever to stick to a healthy eating plan.
But the good news is you can still serve your family healthy meals and snacks without going over your budget – you just have to give meal planning a bit more thought than usual. And there’s good incentive to do so because it’s never been more important to eat healthy.
Eating foods rich in vitamins, minerals and antioxidants is good for you in more ways than you may realize. Healthy foods help protect against chronic diseases such as heart disease, diabetes and cancer. And they may also help boost your immune system – which helps better protect you from COVID-19 and other illnesses. A selection of healthy food, eaten in moderation, can also help you avoid weight gain, which is also good for your health.
Here are 10 healthy eating tips that won’t break the bank:
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