How to Buy Cheap Healthy Food to Lose Weight
Bulk buying is cheaper if you have storage space. When you look at the cost per unit, you'll discover that buying in bulk saves you money.
We waste food expenditures on impulsive purchase. Avoid tempting aisles and don't shop when hungry—you're more inclined to buy bad food.
Preparing meals decreases impulsive buying. It also prevents you from buying food that will deteriorate in your cupboard or fridge.
Produce is cheaper in season. Buy in-season produce to freeze and enjoy out of season if you have a large freezer.
Canned and frozen meals stay longer than fresh ones and are cheaper, saving you money.
No need to buy groceries for delivery or takeout. Homemade meals are cheaper and easier to track calories and macros.