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    Default Article: Healthy eating habits start at the Grocery Store

    nowing what to buy at the grocery store is the first step in deciding to eat healthy. Making the right choices on what goes into your shopping cart will help make better choices when cooking at home. Did you know that conscientiously only buying fresh produce and natural items will help save costs on your grocery bill? Here are 5 tips to help make deliberate changes in your eating lifestyle to become healthier and happier. . .

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    Great advise. Stick to the outside is good advise, I have recently made alot of changes in my eating habits and I am not going down many aisles at all.

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    Good idea. My store has a directory you can pick up so you know what's in each isle. Gets me in and out of the store fast. Which is good for me because I do. not like shopping.

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    good idea. I will have to try some of these out Thanks

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    I want to try and make more healthy meals this year and less boxed items. Like Noodle Roni pasta side dishes and mexican meals. Would love to use more vegetables in my meals

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    You always have great advice. I try to use this plus the seasonal sales items for healthier, more flavorful meals. Sure, you can purchase tomatoes in January, but most have the taste and texture of cardboard and cost way too much. But, grapefruit at 5/$1 this week will be used in numerous recipes.

 

 

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