4. CREATE A HEALTHIER KITCHEN Today I rarely make it into the middle aisles of the supermarket. I tend to shop around the outside unless I need a cleaning product I don’t make or I’m picking up something in a can. Processed food has a lot to answer for when it comes to our budgets and our health. Have a look in your fridge and pantry to see where you can improve your current situation.
If you are interested in the Healthy Wealthy Mums Life info, I’m guessing there are some areas of your health that you would like to improve. It starts with your fridge. And I say fridge because that’s where all the healthy stuff is usually kept. If all you change is to add in a few more cups of fresh vegetables into your daily diet, you’ll improve the health of your family. Preferably not frozen or canned. Predominantly fresh vegetables and meat you cook yourself. The benefits of good nutrition are enormous. You have more energy and life just seems lighter. You don’t have to make a big deal about it, you just simply add it in. No ‘dieting’ just more of the ‘good stuff’.
You could even plant some herbs to keep the flavours up and you’ll save in the long run. I know of 5 year old parsley plants that just keep on giving!