Eating healthy costs a little bit more money, but the investment now to implement and offset different health issues later will be rewarded. Amy Kimberlain, Registered Dietitian with Baptist Health South Florida, says planning healthy menu takes time. She recommends getting ones’ deals and stocking up on them and freezing them for those moments when needed later.
“You could be budgeting better instead of running into the store and grabbing the first thing and then you’ve bought too much or less. You have to plan for the week,” the specialist affirms.