February 7, 2011
A common misconception with healthy eating are that to eat healthy, you have to constantly buy new produce, prep food and that it’s very pricey and time consuming to make.
This couldn’t be further from the truth. Eating healthy is often a matter of just stocking your refridgerator or pantry well and then setting your diet on auto pilot with just a limited amount of healthy and good foods to consume. With the right mix of nutritious foods and some savvy shopping, you’ll also likely save up $ versus eating out too.
Check out this post from the Simple Dollar on how to make bean burgers (super cheap and healthy)
And also Tim Ferriss’ book the 4 Hour Body on a unique diet that’s starting to gain some traction online.
Have any health tips yourself to stay healthy, fit and eat well in college? Let us know in the comments below.
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