Buy in season.
Fruits and vegetables are cheapest and most nutritious when they are in season. Find out when your market receives fresh produce so you’re buying the healthiest food feasible.
Examine the cost of organic items at a supermarket, a farmers’ market, on the internet, and in different locations (even the freezer section).
Remember that organic doesn’t always equal healthy. Deceptive marketing techniques such as making junk food seem healthy are common in the foods sector. Organic baked goods, desserts, and snacks, on the other hand, still tend to be high in sugar, salt, fat, or calories. It’s important to read food labels thoroughly.
See also: Keto diet