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Being on a budget doesn't have to translate to making poor food choices. We know ordering a pepperoni pizza for the whole family is fast and inexpensive, but it doesn't exactly fall on this side of healthy. Chinese take-out may be your partner's way of "making dinner," but those cheap pints of fried rice are a far cry from healthy eating.
Eating better doesn't require an unlimited budget. But, you do have to understand what healthy food is and have a working knowledge of it going forward. Armed with the right info, your next trip to the grocery store will be a breeze. And, once you start making healthy food you can enjoy at home on a budget, you'll be better prepared to make nutritious, cost-friendly choices when dining out. Here's what you need to know.
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