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10 Budget-Friendly Ways to Eat Healthy #TheFitHappyMinute

from myfitnesspal blog

The dollar ain’t what it used to be—that’s especially true at the grocery store.

Inflation has caused significant increases in global food prices over the past year. In the United States, meats, poultry, fish, and eggs increased nearly 15% over the same period, while fruits and vegetables increased nearly 8%.

But just because prices in store aisles are high doesn’t mean you should stop putting healthy choices in your cart. For example, by buying in bulk or purchasing in-season produce, you can pinch a penny (or dollar) without sacrificing your health and wellness.

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