- DIY. Don’t ever buy pre-cut or pre-skinned produce. Though these type of pre-packaged foods can be convenient, you’ll be paying extra for the washing and cutting process. Instead, buy whole fruits and vegetables and prep them yourself.
- Healthy Swap. To incorporate good sources of protein in your diet, try replacing pricey meats with plant proteins such as dried beans and lentils– these are not only very inexpensive, but they also help decrease the risk of heart disease.
- High Tech. Download the NetPlenish app on your iPhone or Android. After you scan the barcodes of your favorite food products, the app will search for the best price from a variety of retailers. Then you simply place an order, and the food will be delivered to your home. How easy is that?
For more money-saving tips on healthy foods: huffingtonpost.com/2012/05/16/save-money-healthy-food_n_1522841.html.