We all try to save the money buying good, healthy groceries. In terms of meat, supermarkets are selling ready meals of dubious nutritional quality cheaper than the ingredients required to make them at home. Fruit and veg are suffering vast inflations in price, where chocolate and crisps are managing to keep to an attractively steady rate. Fortunately there are still a few ways to save a little cash on your food bills, and you can find a few of them below.
Stick to the basics
Sure, you sometimes want to pay that little extra for a quality product, meat is often a case of this. But on certain products there is almost no noticeable difference.
What to eat after heavy training? After a hard workout is very important to make up for the lost energy, without a risk to threaten your fitness and undo all the hard work the wrong choice of foods….
Here are some foods that are good for quick restore of a lost energy.
1. Muesli and yoghurt
Muesli, rich in carbohydrates, fiber and protein is something you need to include in your menu after exercise. As a perfect combination to muesli you can add yogurt that is rich in protein. You will have a perfect small meal that will quickly charge the battery for further actions.
Choosing healthy foods that satiate your hunger yet at the same time provide less calories is a great way to lose weight and keep it off forever.
All foods have a certain amount of calories within their given volume.
The foods to avoid are the ones that provide the most energy calories within the smallest volume. For instance a half a cup of salted peanuts has 438 calories whereas a half a cup of raw broccoli only has 15 calories. It is the broccoli that is most likely to make you feel full but you might have to eat ten times as many peanuts to feel the same sense of satiation.