Eating Healthy on a Budget

by Joy Keller and Jessica L Cline on Mar 01, 2013

IDEA Fitnographic

IDEA Fitness Journal , Volume 10, Issue 3

© 2013 by IDEA Health & Fitness Inc. All rights reserved. Reproduction without permission is strictly prohibited.

About the Authors

Joy Keller

Joy Keller IDEA Author/Presenter

Joy Keller is executive editor of IDEA Fitness Journal and is also a certified personal trainer, indoor cycling instructor, yoga teacher (RYT 200) and Reiki level 3 practitioner.

Jessica L Cline

Jessica L Cline IDEA Author/Presenter

Jessica is an Editorial Assistant at IDEA Health and Fitness Association. She graduated from Colorado State University with a BA in journalism and a BS in health and exercise science. She has a GFI ...

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  • Moon Lyght

    The problem with the couponing thing re: saving is that you have to buy pre-packaged/prepared junk in order to be able to "save" money. That is a far cry from eating "healthy." On rare occasions, I find a coupon for produce, but never find them for things like a good quality coconut . . . I've found one coupon for a good quality olive oil one time . . . organic meats/cheeses/eggs/non-dairy milks/etc. And that is particularly true of RedPlum.
    Commented Nov 23, 2014