The Novice Foodie

Just eating real foods, lifting heavy things and learning about it along the way

Eating healthy doesn’t have to be expensive

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Here’s a quick tip for those of us on a budget. I buy frozen green peppers (Kroger brand) and shake a few into the pan with my eggs in the morning. As for eggs, I use one cage free natural fed egg and a splash of liquid egg whites. It surprised me how many big name brands of liquid egg whites had so many fake ingredients in them. As long as you check the ingredients list and see only what you’re looking for, you’ve just saved time and cash, both on the initial purchase and the race against fresh food rotting. Of course, fresh is always better, but I keep these in my freezer for days I don’t have fresh in the fridge.

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Author: cpomiecko

I am an Ohio University graduate with a degree in magazine journalism from the E.W. Scripps School of Journalism and informational graphics/ publication design from the Scripps School of Visual Communications. I am also passionate about fitness and nutrition.

One thought on “Eating healthy doesn’t have to be expensive

  1. It’s absolutely amazing (maybe I should say horrifying) at the added ingredients in so much of our food, especially food labeled as “all natural”. Definitely good advice–read those labels!

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