13. Cook in bulks
This tip is very useful if you’re a student or you live alone or of course you want to eat healthy and save money. This method will save you money and time, it’s much more convenient and you are more likely to stick to your meal plan. Cook in bulks, store that in the fridge or freezer and take it out and warm it up when it’s dinner time. This is especially important when you just got back from school or work and you feel extremely tired and lazy to cook.
14. Learn to store your food
Sometimes we buy in bulks because it’s cheap and we can’t finish it and it’s going off and so we need to learn how to store our food.
For example if you can’t finish your avocado, mash it up, add a little bit of lemon and store it in the freezer. So when you feel like spreading it on your toast, you can just take it out, let it thaw and spread it on your toast.
Like I said most food can be stored in the freezer. You can even store milk in the freezer. Do your research online and see what you can store and how you can do it.
15. Make simple and easy meals
When it comes to preparing meal, saving money and eating healthy, this is my tip: keep it simple! Simple meals are healthy meals. Don’t make complicated meals because it takes way too long, it costs way too much and … why the hassle?
Pick several ingredients that you like and consume them most of the week. Keep your meal simpler and that way you’ll leave healthier as well.
If you feel experimenting with new dishes you can always do that when you have time, over the weekends or even when you have some extra cash.
16. Cut your junks completely
Think it which is cheaper, soda drinks or free water? Would you rather buy nuts instead of biscuits if they would cost the same? I would go with the nuts because it’s healthier and this is what we wanna do: eat healthy. Start making wiser choices and it will reflect on your body.
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