Healthy eating in times of financial crisis is possible, if it is true that the household budget is more adjusted nothing prevents us to continue a number of foods and healthy products that will be much more beneficial than others by the simple fact of being cheap.
In fact if we make a list containing certain food advantage over all those seasonal or temporary as fruits and vegetables in a balanced way and replace red meat with alternatives that provide us with protein such as eggs can design a complete and nutritious daily menu that will benefit our health and our pocket.
So, buying fruits and vegetables in season to avoid consuming daily in chains Fast-Food as acquiring industrial products high in fat and carbohydrates only provide calories and are a high cost, are simple strategies that help save and changing eating habits.
The nutritionists encourage people to plan ahead to acquire food while taking advantage of seasonal offers, go to public markets and buy those products without leading brands in the market are the large supermarket chains and marketed besides being of excellent quality price is apparently cheaper.
Some fruits and vegetables out of season can be purchased packaged and maintaining all its nutritional qualities and affordable prices or buy fruits and vegetables on sale and freeze them, a trick that can economize and have certain foods throughout the year. Those who live in a house and have a bit of land available can grow various vegetables and have some fruit trees.
Protein is another important issue because in a reduced consumption of beef such budget may be diminished. In such cases it is possible or it offers deals that often make supermarket beef cuts low price or buy fresh meat without condiments or fillings, a preparation that can be done at home at a lower cost and a more accurate nutritional control.
Buy whole chicken or boneless chicken and proceed at home is much cheaper also prefer less noble than cow meat or pork and used to make tasty and nutritious that result.
It is also possible to replace the meat with other foods that provide protein and add the weeks menu two or three times a week, such as beans, eggs, peanut butter, cereals as well as brown rice or whole grain breads can be frozen also maintaining nutritional value unchanged for long.