The Ladies Dish Podcast #09: Healthy Eating On A Budget
The ladies dish about their biggest pet peeve in the health sphere. PLUS how to eat on a healthy budget! || Full show notes & roasted Brussel sprouts recipe at the theladiesdish.com/ldp09 | Get in touch: email@example.com
IN THIS EPISODE: Welcome to The Ladies Dish Podcast!
Catching Up: (01:55) Interested in trying Banola? We found the recipe lurking on the interwebs here, but the recipe is from The 21-Day Sugar Detox Guide Book by Diane Sanfilippo! Join Kate's February 21 DSD Support Group.
Get to Know the Ladies - Question of the Week (4:08): What is one of your pet peeves in the health sphere? Kate's is related to the sugar detox; (Shout out to Flava Flav) Dana's pet peeve is from the fitness world; And Joy's is related to today's topic.
What’s Cooking? (12:41):
Dana shares her recipe for roasted brussels sprouts - including how to prep them! Get the recipe here. Joy recommends adding bacon!
1. I need tips for making healthy eating more affordable. I love to shop at Whole Foods, but find that I spend close to $200 each week, which is too much! I also order monthly from Thrive Market at a cost of between $60-$80. I try to buy mostly organic produce, but are there foods that do not have to be organic? This is something I have really been struggling with and would love tips from all three of you!! Thank you. (15:48)
The Environmental Working Group publishes a new list every year of the "Clean Fifteen" and "Dirty Dozen" fruits and veggies. (16:32)
We made a graphic just for you - print it out and carry it with you to the grocery store for easy shopping!
We mentioned a couple recipes we've shared recently: Homemade Almond Milk Energy Bites (or Balls)
2. I buy a lot of meat, which is a HUGE expense to buy organic, grass fed - are there cheaper alternatives that are still good for me? (30:55)
Kate mentions The Paleo Mom's blog post called "I Can't Always Afford Grassfed Beef - What Should I Buy?".
Final Tips (35:40)
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