So my meatless monday meal today consists of some falafel from a few weeks ago ( I froze a couple to see how they hold up) hummus and salad. So I have no fancy recipe for you today.
The other day I was talking with my mother and she was talking about an article she read in Time that talked about how centuries ago being curvy or chubby was a sign of wealth because you could afford to eat more.
Now it's a sign you can't afford to buy healthy foods like fresh veggies and fruits and are instead eating cheaper, carb-laden foods. I found this really interesting, I can see the point of the article... I know I spend a lot more on groceries now than I did before I started eating better. But it's not impossible to stick to a budget and stay healthy.
So I went back to Time for some advice- Healthy Eating Costs
And some tips from Spark People- Healthy Eating On Budget
How do you guys eat healthy without breaking the bank?