The community has wide range of false believes. One is “healthy diet and healthy lifestyle is expensive.” No dude, you can enjoy healthy diet without spending extra pennies.
Choose Seasonal Products:
Strawberries in January, Apples in June, Pomegranate in December are inexpensive as compared to other months of the year.
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So be wise and choose seasonal fruits and vegetables to keep shopping in the budget.
Evening Shopping is Money Saving:
At the end of the day, when they tend to slash prices, buy your favorite fruits and vegetables. But be little cleverer to find the reasonable products as mostly left over are not good. And consuming stale food items can cause serious gastric problems. If you are suffering from such an issue you can take advice by the best gastroenterologist in Karachi, Lahore or any main city of Pakistan via Marham.pk.
Grow your Own:
Eating will be not only money saving but become practically free if you can grow food on your own. You can consume your backyard or may use pots to grow seasonal vegetables. If you think it’s a tough job, then you can start with growing peppermint, green chilies, and tomatoes.
Reuse the Leftover:
If you have leftover food and no one is interested in that anymore then makes them interesting by turn into a soup, packed in a sandwich or paratha, mix with chicken or meat broth or eat serve the leftover with spicy sauce.
Avoid Readymade Food Items:
Ready-made packaged foods are of great interest because of their convenience, but these can hike up the cost of the grocery bill. Cut them from your shopping list, your little more effort in the kitchen will save your money and family’s health in the real meaning as the readymade foods have some disastrous health effects as well.
Money saving is good but never sacrifice your health for this purpose.
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