A question because you requested questions, and because you seem interested in health: Do you have any tips for eating healthy on a tight budget?— Anonymous
Buy in bulk, cook in bulk, and don’t necessarily expect a lot of variety in what you eat. You can buy many things, from spices to rice to beans to almond flour, from the bulk bins at your local Whole Foods or Sprouts for significantly lower prices than you would get them in packaging. Vegetables and such tend to be cheaper at your local farmers market.
Cook a large batch of something nutrient dense at the beginning of the week and eat it in small portions (like my taco bowl, where I have one cup) and then fill the rest of the plate with veggies.
Don’t blow money on lots of meat or white carbs; meat is good for protein, but pick high quality sources and include more vegetable protein in your diet. White carbs will just turn into sugar and not sustain your body or provide any nutrition at all.
Figure out how many calories you need per day, include how many you will burn through exercise, and grocery shop for the exact amount of food you will need.
And drink green tea. It suppresses the appetite, if overeating is a problem, but it also hydrates you. Just don’t add sugar or anything else to it, or it just becomes another chemical shitstorm like the junky drinks you don’t want to be drinking/shouldn’t be drinking.
Which also leads to: stop drinking soda. If you added up the amount of sugar and money thrown into the soda you consume in a year, it’s likely not a pretty number. Sticking to water and tea is cheaper and hydrates you, without the excess calories and chemical sugar substitutes.
Yes, you. Loyal follower, who has stayed here despite my lack of activity. Hello. What’s up?
I want to chat. Work is dead and I am trying to get my fitness and health back on track, pulled out of the shambles that the past six months of my life have been. So tonight, send me an ask, whatever, ask anything. Let’s get to know each other.
In the interest of paying for necessities (vet bills, last college class, groceries, etc.) I’m starting up a new contact lens shop. Right now we just carry GEO lenses, but there are plans to expand as time goes on.
IN-STOCK lenses are $15.00 a pair with $5.00 shipping (to the US) until sold out. These lenses will be shipped immediately.
PREORDER lenses are priced as marked. The order will be placed by the end of March, or sooner if enough lenses are ordered to fill our MOQ from our supplier. If you want a prescription style lens, you have to preorder it, as we don’t stock prescription levels.
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