The very common question – how can I eat well but cheaply? Let’s go over top 5 budget health foods right now!
Organic eggs. Eggs remain a great source of protein. Certain people have allergies to them , so try to find cage free ones or try to avoid.
Organic plain yogurt. Make sure you get the one that does not contain added sugar in there and you can add your own chemicalized sweetener. That will give you good probiotics, protein and it will also make you feel good. Throw in some berries to make it a little bit better and pleasing the taste.
Nuts and Seeds. These are another way to not break the bank. Sunflower seeds are particularly cheap. Make sure you get unsalted ones, cause it’s not good if you get too much salt. Keep in mind it’s a great source of protein and fat.
Berries. Blueberries, strawberries, raspberries, even if they are frozen are good cheap way to add to yogurt, to make smoothies with. They are a good source of antioxidants, which you hear about all the time.
Buckweat. Very big confusion on what a buckweat is. It’s actually a seed, it’s not a grain. It is in grain family as it acts similarly to grains, but it actually does not have any weat in it. You can make a cereal like a porridge or cook it. It’s very-very nutritious for it got a lot of mineral content, tastes great, won’t raise your blood sugar (acts as stabilizer to your blood sugar), works very similar to rise.
Coconut milk. It’s a great source of good fats, good proteins, it’s natural. You can get it either canned or fresh one. It’s very inexpensive and extremely nutritious. Another thing you can do is to substitute an ordinary milk with coconut milk in different dishes. Another thing why people prefer coconut milk to regular milk is that regular milk is generally very hard to find when it’s raw and raw is the only one I would really recommend (tough it’s even illegally to buy raw milk in some states), so the coconut is the best alternative.