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10 Money-Saving Tips for Eating Healthy on a Budget

The Active Times Logo By Katie Rosenbrock of The Active Times | Slide 1 of 11: “One of the biggest consumer complaints about eating healthy is the cost,” says consumer and money-saving expert Andrea Woroch. “Healthy foods at the grocery store like fresh produce, lean meats, organic foods, greek yogurt, almond milk and such are more expensive than boxed, frozen and fried foods.”“What’s more, fast food from Burger King and Taco Bell are more affordable than say a salad from Whole Foods. However, there are plenty of ways to eat healthy without blowing your money.”To help you navigate the grocery store aisles like a coupon-cutting champ, she offers the following money-saving tips for healthy eaters on a budget.

10 Money-Saving Tips for Eating Healthy on a Budget

“One of the biggest consumer complaints about eating healthy is the cost,” says consumer and money-saving expert Andrea Woroch. “Healthy foods at the grocery store like fresh produce, lean meats, organic foods, greek yogurt, almond milk and such are more expensive than boxed, frozen and fried foods.

“What’s more, fast food from Burger King and Taco Bell are more affordable than say a salad from Whole Foods. However, there are plenty of ways to eat healthy without blowing your money.”

To help you navigate the grocery store aisles like a coupon-cutting champ, she offers the following money-saving tips for healthy eaters on a budget.

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