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    Quote Originally Posted by stella
    some of the healthiest foods you can eat are also some of the cheapest. i don't know where the myth came from that eating well is expensive. it's less convenient than eating candy and ramen, but you actually get the nutrients your body needs so you eat less volume of food.
    I can't find it but Cornell University puts out a list of all the most nutritious and cheapest foods in order to dispel that myth. I think part of the myth comes from the truth that if you do live in the inner city it is very difficult to buy fresh produce. But if you have access to fresh produce, there is no reason you can't eat healthy and cheaply. Check out your local thrift store for cookbooks and get cooking!

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    that is true! people in the inner city are really at a disadvantage. i read something, i think in Mother Jones, that most of the stores in inner cities are bodegas that do not even have fresh produce or whole grain foods, and milk is much more expensive.

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    Healthy foods are always better than noodles and quick soups, but they also cost more so the choice is not obvious. But for a diet better healthy food.

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    interesting idea

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    eat cheap you are really??

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    the best things for weight loss are healthy foods and doing sports. it's even enogh to exercise at home

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    I agree with him

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    It's can be true that seafood prevents fat. Have you noticed that a lot of asian people are not fat at all and have a nice body. I think that seafood has a lot of vitamins and minerals that burn fat and reduce it. I just checked https://globalseafoods.com/collections/red-caviar that is a good way to buy only the best seafood like caviar, shrimp and other interesting options.

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    buy whatever cheap, in-season veggies you think look good, and saute them with some soy sauce and sesame oil, and serve over rice. tofu is good with the veggies, and cheap too. chinese markets are good places to find inexpensive veggies and tofu.

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    I think that the cheapest diet products are vegetables and chicken meat. It is cheaper than seafood, but it is useful for health too. When it comes to vegetables, I only use the farm vegetables or only which I grew on my own. As about meat, I only buy it from proven stores. I used to buy chicken meat https://www.alibaba.com/showroom/who...ken-wings.html , and my sister recommended me to read about benefits of eating chicken wings https://poultryeu.eu/produce and try to bought it here. There are really high quality and good price!


 
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