Think it’s impossible to eat organic food on a budget?
It may not be easy, but it’s definitely doable. In this video from the A Little Bit Better series—which focuses on small yet meaningful habit changes—Keri explains how you can get started.
While organic foods can be a lot more expensive than their conventional counterparts (for complicated reasons we don’t have the space to get into here!), you can make up for that price difference by making smart choices.
Take beans, for example. You really can’t find a more affordable source of nutrients. Whether they’re black, pinto, or garbanzo, they’re all loaded with fiber, protein, and B vitamins and are crazy cheap, even when grown organically.
Get a few more simple tips by watching the video, below. As Keri says, “You don’t have to spend a fortune to eat healthy. If you shop smart, you’ll feel just a little bit better.”
3 Tips for Organic Food on a Budget