Remember the adage ‘You are what you eat’? That is still very true in this day and age. Fast food and junk food, which are readily available in Queensland, are contributors to obesity and other diseases due to their fat, sodium and cholesterol content. Health is wealth, is another saying, but it does not mean that you have to be wealthy to have good health!
Today, it’s more important than ever to ensure that we’re eating right. Finding the right food does not equate to spending a lot – as illustrated in the below awesome infographic. By learning what types of food are good for us, the alternatives and substitutes that are available, re-educating ourselves about prevalent, nefarious pesticides like glyphosate and sticking to a well-planned menu that includes all the healthy food groups, you’ll not only be healthy – your finances will be healthier as well.
We’ve encapsulated the things you need to do. They are simple and when followed correctly, you’ll be a wiser shopper, a healthier and happier person, and still manage to keep your budget in check. Plan meals that provide you with the vitamins and minerals to make your body strong and healthy.
To make life easier, here’s a simple infographic to help you on your journey:
We hope that you’ve learnt something new in this blog article. You can be healthy without spending a lot. You just have to be creative in planning your meals, just as shown in this infographic.
If you want more tips on how to manage your food budget and more, click here.