It seems that everyone has the same revelation at one point in their lives, and that’s one in which they find out which foods are best for their overall health. And lately it seems that one big requirement for health nuts is, yep, you guessed it: organic.
Organic eating seems to have cast a spell over just about everyone. We don’t know about you, but healthy digestion is a top priority here at DrFloras, which is why we choose organic as often as possible. Quite simply, organic foods are better for digestion because they don’t have pesticides. Our gastrointestinal tract is sensitive enough—let alone adding something as harsh as weed-killer.
No-no—leave the killing to DrFloras Body defense and allow our bodies to lavish in all that is natural foods.
How to eat organic on a budget:
- Coupons: they go a long way. Organic-minded grocery stores often showcase huge savings online. Even “Liking” your fave organic brand on Facebook is likely to lead to plenty of money-saving deals. And don’t forget that most grocery stores take competitors’ coupons!
- DIY: not just for easy holiday gifts anymore! There are plenty of organic blogs that teach followers how to make everything from granola bars and kale chips, down to smoothies and even cupcakes! Just remember the point is to save rather than splurge on these homemade creations.
- Bulk up: in the freezer. Buying organic produce while it’s on sale doesn’t mean you have to come up with 7 different meals based around berries. Stock up and put everything in freezer-safe containers, including meat, fruit, and even that buy one get one organic cookie dough.
- Online shopping: organic edition. Yes, you can even buy organic food online for less than what you might pay in the store. Places like Amazon offer free shipping, while Green PolkaDot Box offers its members huge discounts, like a Sam’s Club that delivers!
So instead of simply throwing out the idea that organic has to cost an arm and a leg—take a more price-conscious approach and you’ll find it’s easier than it sounds.