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Second blog post in a series on Arterosil.com about eating nutritiously on a constrained food budget helps consumers spend money wisely.
(PRWEB) February 20, 2013
Today, Arterosil published the second in its series of blog posts on the topic of eating healthy on a budget. The blog post outlined five tips to help consumers plan food budgets around healthful diets that don’t leave them with a hole in their pockets.
The guide, “How to Eat Healthy on a Budget -- Part 2: Money Saving Tips," promotes the cost-saving benefits of coupons, both those in print and those found online through free, time-saving coupon services. The post also suggests collaborating with friends and family to discover and share coupon resources to save time and money. Another tip is to get into the habit of sharing printed fliers and free publications containing coupons can easily become part of the family’s food shopping routine.
The blog post recommends saving even more time and energy by turning to electronic resources. Several practical websites that provide coupons directly to a mobile device for use at the store are listed. Consumers should also consider special promotions and coupons that exceed the current value of products on sale, says the post. The post cleverly recommends that these “overages” and cash rebates can be used to purchase fresh produce for which coupons don’t usually exist.
The money-saving guide suggests that bulk buying isn’t always the best strategy because consumers could over-buy products they don’t need, assuming false savings based on cheap unit prices. However, the smart consumer today can avoid these pitfalls by committing to buying in bulk only those healthy foods with long shelf lives that are already a staple in the family diet.
Finally, consumers who are willing to put in a little elbow grease should start their own gardens, suggests the Arterosil.com post. With a few packets of seeds, the post concludes, a small garden can provide a continuous flow of fresh vegetables during the growing season. Not only will shoppers save cash at the grocery store, but they will be providing fresher, nutritionally-dense produce for their families. Once the garden is planted, suggests Arterosil's blog, families will have a continuous, sustainable source of fresh produce. The monetary savings will have a positive effect on the food budget.
For invaluable recommendations for saving money while eating nutritiously, visit Arterosil’s “How to Eat Healthy on a Budget -- Part 2: Money Saving Tips.”
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