Integrative Nutrition Health Coach, Author
Obsessed with: Healthy grocery shopping
One of the biggest misconceptions about eating healthy is that it’s too expensive. Yes, those fancy organic, vegan, gluten-free kale cookies may be costly, but the healthiest foods don’t come in a package, and you can enjoy them affordably with a little bit of know-how. Here are my favorite ways to save money and eat well at the same time.
Sure, canned pumpkin is super-convenient, great for a quick batch of pancakes, a pot of soup or a smoothie. But if you plan to use pumpkin in your holiday baking this season, consider making your own. It’s so simple (I promise!), and there are some big advantages, too.