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Healthy Foods that Won’t Break the Bank

Healthy Foods that Won’t Break the Bank

Healthy Foods that Won’t Break the Bank

Are you looking for something healthy and affordable to eat at the same time? Not to worry, here are nine healthy foods that you can easily find and afford.

Oatmeal

Oatmeal

It’s definitely cheaper than a bowl of quinoa! This high fiber food will make your stomach feel fuller and keep you energized throughout the day. Oatmeal will also help you maintain your ideal weight! Just add fruits like bananas or berries into your oatmeal and taste the difference!

Sweet Potatoes

Sweet Potatoes

Tired of heading outside to grab snacks every night? Just steam, bake or roast sweet potatoes at home that will last you till tomorrow's breakfast! Sweet potato helps to improve your eyesight as it’s rich in Vitamin A. Also, if you want to de-stress yourself, the magnesium in sweet potato is a natural stress-relief mineral: so, a sweet potato a day keeps your blues away! Cook in the combination oven on the quick steam function to maintain this food’s natural flavour.

Bananas

Bananas

The most affordable fruit you can take on-the-go. You can enjoy this versatile fruit for breakfast, an afternoon snack or supper. Feeling sleepless at night? Bananas also contain the relaxing magnesium, as well as the sleep-inducing tryptophan. Incorporate bananas into your diet plans as smoothies or with oatmeal.

Spinach

Spinach

Spinach is the cheapest and healthiest food you can ever discover. If you’re on your smartphone every night with the lights off in your room, try to eat this vegetable as much as possible; spinach is beneficial for your vision since it contains nutrients your eyes need. This veggie also improves your heart health and bone density! There are various ways to eat spinach such as cooking a bowl of spinach soup, blending it into smoothies, or tossing it into a bowl of salad.

Coconut

Coconut

Enjoy the coconut’s multifunctional health benefits, whether by drinking its milk, eating its luscious coconut meat or applying the oil to your hair for a shiny look. Coconut contains manganese, which is great for your bone health and helps metabolise carbohydrates, proteins, and cholesterol. Another positive benefit is that coconut can help you to lower your blood sugar level.

Eggs

Eggs

Eat an omelette in the morning and power through the day, thanks to its proteins that will keep you full! They‘re so cheap you can buy a dozen eggs for a few dollars! When eaten in moderation, eggs won’t increase your cholesterol level. Just pair eggs with other dishes to create a wholesome meal.

Tofu

Tofu

This superfood is packed with all types of yummy nutrients. Consuming tofu is similar to drinking a glass of milk since it contains a high amount of calcium, beneficial to your bone health. Plus, the full package of proteins tofu contains makes it the staple food for vegetarians. Have a bowl of tofu soup and energize your day.

Yogurt

Yogurt

Have a cup of yogurt in the morning for the probiotics, healthy bacteria that are friendly for your tummy. It contains high calcium content which is suitable for kids to enjoy. Yogurt also has antifungal properties that are suited for your hair health.

Beans

Beans

Red beans, green beans, soybeans, black beans and more. Cheap, nutritious and high in amino acids, beans are filled to the brim with protein. If you’re looking for an affordable and healthy detox meal, beans are your best friends due to their rich antioxidant properties. When you’ve no idea what to eat for lunch, just mix beans with rice or cook bean soup to satisfy your tummy.

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