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Chris Beat Cancer Featuring: What's in my pantry? And Cheapest Health Foods

Published on 1/17/2019
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What's in my pantry? [Video and More Below]


Cheapest Health Foods


The 8 Cheapest Health Foods at the Grocery Store


We hear a lot of excuses as to why people live unhealthy lifestyles. One of the excuses we hear most often is that eating healthy is just too expensive. In a way, it’s true. Healthy, natural foods like produce and lean meats are typically pricier than processed foods. But the price tag on healthy foods should not turn you away from a fit lifestyle! In fact, there are tons of foods in your grocery store that are healthy, delicious and cheap!!! We’re here to help you find the 8 cheapest health foods in your grocery store: ( There are many more inexpensive healthy foods, these are just 8 of them..enjoy)

1. Eggs

Eggs aren’t just a super food, they’re a cheap superfood! Eggs are loaded with protein and can be prepared in a variety of different ways. Want a morning omelet with veggies? Crack open an egg! Craving something hearty and healthy? Make a hot egg casserole with lean turkey!

On top of being low in calories and packed with protein, the egg is also extremely cheap. In fact, you can get a dozen Grade A eggs in your local grocery store for less than $2.00!! Talk about bang for your buck.

2. Brown rice

Brown rice is made of whole grain, preserving its nutritional value. Brown rice also contains a lot of fiber and provides our bodies with essential minerals like magnesium and zinc. Plus, brown rice is extremely versatile! Use it in a healthy stir fry, as a side dish in a salad or serve it in soup.

The best part about brown rice? It’s cheap!! Oftentimes, you can find a 1 pound bag of brown rice for $1.75!! That’s 10 full servings of rice for less than $2.00!!

3. No sugar added Greek yogurt

Greek yogurt has risen in popularity in the past year or so, and for good reason! Greek yogurt is perfect for a quick snack or for breakfast—it’s packed with calcium, potassium and protein. Our advice to you? Grab a container of no sugar added Greek yogurt the next time you’re in the grocery store for about $0.89 each! Plus, Greek yogurt is often on sale—start clipping those coupons!

4. Frozen vegetables

Frozen vegetables are often less expensive to their cousins, the fresh vegetables in the produce section. Although frozen vegetables do not have the exact same nutritional value as fresh veggies, they are still great for the body. With plenty of fiber, protein, vitamin A, vitamin C and potassium, frozen vegetables may become your new best friend (believe it or not!).

But how economical are frozen vegetables? You can get a cup of frozen veggies for about $0.25! Most bags of veggies cost between $1.75 and $2.25. Not bad for a side dish.

5. Bagged spinach

Popeye may have had the right idea!! Spinach really is good for you (but you won’t get Popeye-sized muscles without working out too!). Spinach is great for a quick salad, casserole or stew. With hardly any calories, tons of fiber and plenty of Vitamin A and C, spinach is the perfect green. Plus, one bag of fresh spinach usually costs about $1.99!

6. Edemame

Thanks to the Japanese and Chinese cultures, edemame has made its way to America and we couldn’t be happier! This bean is great as a snack, appetizer or side dish with any meal. Edemame are usually very low in calories, high in protein, high in iron and hold plenty of calcium. For $1.79 you can buy an entire bag of edemame at Trader Joe’s!

7. Dried beans

Beans, beans the magical fruit, the more you eat the more you…save!!! Dried beans are a powerhouse food. They are chock full of fiber and protein and provide us with healthy dietary fat. And because they can be purchased in bulk, dried beans are very economical. Choose pinto beans, black beans, garbanzo beans—any bean!—and your wallet (and body) will thank you!

8. Canned tuna

Although it may hold quite a bit of sodium, canned tuna is also packed full of protein, vitamin B6 (for nervous and immune systems) and B12 (for balance and reflexes). Plus, for a 5 ounce can of tuna, you’ll only spend about $1.00!!

So the next time you’re browsing through the frozen dinner section and are narrowing down with Lean Cuisine you want to buy, think again! There are cheaper and healthier options at the grocery store—give any of these 8 a try!!

Need more help? Check out some of our delicious Hitch Fit recipes!

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