Healthy eating on a budget
How can I eat healthily on a budget?
For breakfast porridge is a great option. It is 100% slow energy releasing oats which will keep you full for longer, and it has no salt or sugar. It is also good value.For lunch, think about salad with tinned, oily fish such as tuna, which is usually cheaper than fresh and still contains healthy omega-3 fats. Or you could make up vegetable soup with potatoes as a base, and a mix of whichever vegetables take your fancy. Vegetables tend to cost less than meat, so try adding more vegetables to meat based meals. Canned tomatoes, beans and dried pulses are cheap and great for adding bulk to casseroles and stews.