Eat Healthy While Staying Financially Fit

One of the most common concerns about switching to a healthier diet is that it’s going to be significantly more expensive than a standard American diet.

vegetables at the grocery store
This post is part of a sponsored collaboration with Chase and SheKnows. 

While healthier foods can be more expensive than the dollar menu at a drive-thru, improving your eating and lifestyle habits can actually help you save money. And I want to prove it to you! That’s why I’m sharing some of my favorite money-saving tips –while getting healthy– over on SheKnows.com today.

I hope you’ll find it helpful!

Reader Feedback: Do you have any money saving tips that I missed? I’d love to hear them!

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Sarah | Well and Full

Thanks for sharing that article from SheKnows… I’ve been trying to cut back on my grocery spending lately so I’m definitely going to use some of those tips!

Colleen

Thanks for the tips Megan. When I was in the military on shore duty there were so many many days where I would eat out three meals a day, so not only was that gross garbage (burger king french toast sticks!) getting expensive but in a couple months I had to buy bigger uniform pants! So now that I have stopped the madness (we are still eating delivery pizza once a week) I have gone down to a weight I like. I love your site best out of all the others, it’s helped big time!

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