Wednesday, April 23, 2014

How to eat cheap and healthy?

With every visit to the supermarket, we have witnessed how food prices are rising at lightning speed, and our salaries are the same age. 

Below are some tips on foods that are extremely healthy and are not very expensive. 



Eat vegetables. Vegetable fibers are immensely healthy and are the key to healthy digestion. The fibers extend lifespan, maintain colon health, reduce cholesterol, improve digestion and reduce the risk of heart attack, facilitate weight loss and reduce the occurrence of diabetes. 

The best sources of fiber are integral bread, breakfast cereals, legumes, fruits and vegetables. It is legumes are among the cheapest, so a meal of beans, lentils, beans, peas, or chick peas (chickpeas), in addition to being healthy, and keeps your wallet. These foods prepare a soup or salad. 

Vitamin D is important Without prejudice to health. A large number of people, especially women in menopause do not have enough vitamin D. This vitamin the body needs for normal calcium metabolism and bone health. Get out in the sun for at least 15 minutes several times a week. Find vitamin D in food.Contain him, oily fish, nuts, but the best source is free. To our dear sun. Expose your face, neck, shoulders and forearms, preferably in the early morning and late afternoon. 

Omega 3 fatty acids are friends of your heart. Foods that contain a high percentage of omega-3 fatty acids reduce the incidence of heart attack. prevents the formation of thrombosis in a blood vessel and reduces the risk of inflammatory processes in the body, including diseases of the joints. Omega 3 fatty acids include walnuts, flaxseed oil and fish. Oily fish contains a lot of omega 3 fatty acids and protects your health, and not much expensive.  Sardine is the best source of omega 3 fatty acids.  Eggs, nuts, canola oil contain omega 3 fatty acids. Vitamin D and calcium are essential for healthy bones, teeth and prevent osteoporosis. 

The best sources of calcium are milk and milk products, sesame seeds and green leafy vegetables like kale and spinach. Reduced-fat milk is a good and inexpensive choice. Avoid flavored yogurt, choose plain yogurt. 

Take time to create a plan of foods that you need to buy this month. A good plan is the best way to also think about your health and your wallet. The money you save can be spent on a nice trip. 

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