I’ve read plenty that tells me to eat some Ostrich meat, organic veggies, All Whites, and plenty of expensive groceries. How the **** can I eat healthy without breaking the bank? – Darren from Ohio
Jordan Syatt on Eating Healthy
One of the most detrimental ways to look at food is by breaking them up into “good” foods and “bad” foods, or “healthy” and “unhealthy.” The reality is that no food in isolation is neither good nor bad for us; rather too much or too little of anything will be detrimental. That being the case, you don’t have to worry about eating organic, ostrich meat, all whites, etc; instead you can focus on incorporating a variety of foods that are mainly whole and unprocessed. Placing an emphasis on vegetables, fruits, and protein is undoubtedly the best choice you can make. I actually wrote a book entitled The College Students Guide to Grocery Shopping: Healthy Eating Made Easy which is available on amazing (get it here: http://amzn.to/12ehpa9) and only costs $2.99. It’ll give you a variety of ideas and recipes to make “healthy” eating an easier and less expensive component of your individual lifestyle.
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