“Go to the store and buy some chicken breast, mixed greens, veggies, olive oil, and vinegar. For $4 you would have enough ingredients for several salads, and again, it would be much healthier.”
Tony Schober
“Eating foods that include leafy vegetables, pulses, fruits and milk and cutting out on processed foods can prove to be a healthy and inexpensive way of staying fit on a shoe-string budget.”


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Bananas are Real Cheap Food!

Bananas are usually the cheapest fresh fruit in the store.  It’s important to eat plenty of fresh fruits, and bananas are packed with lots of health benefits. Some say they even help reduce depression.  Others say they aren’t a real treatment, but they can still help reduce depressive symptoms.   Bananas are good for breakfast, lunch, dinner, desserts and snacks.  They’re more versatile than you might have imagined.

In addition to eating them fresh, just as they are, I freeze them to make banana “ice cream.” They are good dried in a food dehydrator.  You can add them to breads and they are an excellent component of homemade nutrition bars.

Bananas are portable, they are perfect to take along for lunch.  Well, almost perfect.  They do squish, so don’t put them in your pocket (unless you dehydrate them, in which case, yay!).

Healthy Banana Oat Bars

Bananas are serious Cheap Eats!

VIDEO: Best Ever Banana Bread Recipe

Banana Bread Cookies

Homemade Energy Bars for Athletes

Banana is a smart after-workout snack.

Build better bones with bananas!

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