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Fitness Minutes: (58,534) Posts: 2,404 2/24/12 1:27 P
If you don't have most of the staples already in your kitchen, stocking those to start might seem overwhelming, but after that, I believe cooking healthy and clean is always cheaper than fast food, processed food and eating out.
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current weight: 166.6
Fitness Minutes: (38,454) Posts: 1,385 2/20/12 8:42 A
I personally think that it costs the same or even less. Depending on your local options you can purchase from farmers/markets. I think that processed foods and eating at restaurants can be very costly! My family recently went out to eat at a local Italian/Pizza restaurant. I have two children and the bill was over $40.00. $40.00 would have covered half of my grocery bill for a week!
Be creative, try new things! You can do this!
current weight: 157.2
Fitness Minutes: (124,939) Posts: 19,140 2/19/12 1:29 P
Personally, I found that it costs less money, but others may feel otherwise.
Fitness Minutes: (1,310) Posts: 134 2/19/12 1:13 P
HI, I'm new here. I have all Tosca Reno Clean Eating books and I also subscribe to the magazine. I love the whole concept, but b/c I have to cook for my husband I have never gone through with trying to really eat that way. I want to give it a shot. I found a fea receipes that sound interesting to me and I am willing to try,. My question is, was it expensive to get started?
current weight: 216.0
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