Healthy Food Shopping List

Thursday, January 13, 2011

What do you think is the go to food for a healthy diet? What would you recommend? What would you buy in bulk at a place like Sam's club? Does that help with saving money? I figure I should be ready to make sure I don't spend extra money that doesn't need to be spent when I do get paid.

PS! I worked out with 10 pound weights this morning! GO me GO!
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  • JELLEN726
    Loooove Atkin's chocolate shakes that they sell at Sam's Club. Also, sugar free Jell-o is great. Otherwise I like fruit and veggies. GFS sells great frozen veggies in bulk so I am sure Sam's club will have it.. Good luck :)
    3051 days ago
    I try to keep my freezer stocked with frozen veggies and fruits, no sugar or sauces added of course. Nuts are a good choice, anything protein based will help you feel full longer. I try to keep plain greek yogurt on hand for breakfast and add some fruit to it.

    Good job on the weights! emoticon
    3051 days ago
    I think a good variety of whole grains, fruits, vegetables, legumes and nuts makes a healthy diet. And lots of water. I shop at Sam's Club for frozen fruits (I have a chest freezer), bags of almonds, pistachios, walnuts, pecans, raisins, dried apricots,soy milk, pineapples, kiwi fruit, dates, apples. I also buy good clothes , books and gifts for others, I have bought electronics such as computer, TV, printer. Also furniture, cameras, DVD's, CD's, Nintendo games, exercise equipment, purse, bedding, bath towels and rugs, make-up, paper products, school supplies. It is easy to overspend and some items are not cheaper so know your prices. Plan ahead as to what you'll spend and stick to it. It does help in saving for our family in the long run.

    3051 days ago

    Comment edited on: 1/13/2011 3:13:56 AM
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