Vitaminology nutritional therapist Caroline Hind offers up some top tips for eating well on a budget. Stock up on protein. Protein-rich foods aren't the cheapest out there, but if we price up the nutrients they give us ounce for ounce, they are actually better value for money. In addition, protein is filling and has beneficial effects on blood sugar levels, making meals more satisfying and reducing cravings for snacks. Stock up on veggies. Rather than just buying fresh vegetables, look to buy some frozen options, which are just as nutritious and convenient.
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