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EAT HEALTHY CHEAP: Tips to Save Money on Food (Do NOT Eat Like a Broke Ass College Student)

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Published on Jul 6, 2011

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I know what its like to have to eat on a budget. Despite an awesome scholarship and good job, I was a broke ass college student. I blame it on the wine and women. Mainly the women though. Those damn support payments

Whatever the reason, here is the BEST guide to saving YOUR money at the grocery store, to maximize the amount of high quality food you eat, without exploding your bank account. When shopping smart, even if you are bulking, you can spend less than $50-60 a week with high quality food.

TOP TIPS
1. Shop for the deals on the meat. Every week at all the grocery stores, meat varies in price. Sometimes chicken breast is $8.99 a lb sometimes its $2.99 a lb, you have to pay attention to the sales and strike while the iron is hot. Stock that shit up in the freezer

2. JOIN a large discount retail store like COSTCO, Sam's Club or Trader Joes. These warehouse facilities sell Olive Oil, Peanut Butter, Tuna and Egg Whites for FAR cheaper than anywhere else. Buying in BULK always saves you money.

3. When it comes to meat, which is the most expensive thing to buy, look for large cuts of meat on sale that you can butcher yourself. Also ask the local butcher for last-date meat discounts. Chop it up and freeze the rest, you'll save A LOT of money this way.

4. When it comes to produce like vegetables and fruits, buy IN season. Blueberries can be $5 a lb in the dead of winter or $1 a lb in summer. Also consider buying frozen fruits and veggies in places like COSTCO.

Now here are my TOP picks for cheapest and healthiest sources of fats, protein and carbs

Fats
Fats are high calorie and low cost.
The best three by far are
All Natural Peanut Butter
Nuts at Bulk Stores
Extra Virgin Olive Oil

Protein
Protein is the most expensive

Eggs will be your #1 source
Canned tuna
Pork is the cheapest meat
For protein powders you can buy bulk at www.trueprotein.com
Beans and Lentils are also extremely high in protein
Large cuts of meat on sale

Carbs
Carbs are actually cheap.
Beans and Lentils, my FAVOURITE pick, EXTREMELY cheap and healthy
Steel cut oats at a bulk store
Sweet Potatoes

Vegetables + Fruit
Broccoli, lettuce, onions and cabbage are all usually the cheaper veggies
For fruits, Bananas per calorie are the cheapest

You have to come up with the right calories for yourself. But for less than $50 you can get over 250 grams of protein, 150 grams of carbs and 70 grams of high quality fat every day! And now you know how to save at least $50 per week on your food. Think about it, that's over $2500 a year you can save. Now that's a spicy meatball. Guys just don't blow your money on strippers at college like I did. They don't love you. Only your money.

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