Week Five

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Eating Healthy on a Budget

Welcome to week five! This week we will explore eating healthy on a budget and bust the common myth that eating healthy is expensive.

Check out our resources below including our top tips to eating healthy on a budget and recipes!

Please note that this week's video was not filmed in a studio due to COVID lockdown in Melbourne :)


Got questions? Feel free to contact your Wellah Together team at hello@clothingthegapsfoundation.org.au

Top Tips to eating Healthy on a Budget

* Plan your meals for the week

* Create a shopping list

* Cook and buy in bulk

* Eat fruits & veggies in season

* Reduce meat and add more legumes and veggies

* Drink water

* Cook from scratch when possible

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Weekly Meal Plan

Planning our meals and snacks in advance is a great way we can save money when food shopping. We can decide exactly what we need and avoid buying spontaneously in the supermarket. Planning for meals that involve cooking from scratch and in bulk with loads of fresh produce compared to ready made meals makes a huge difference!

Use our Wellah Meal Planner to help you on your next shopping adventure!

Download here

Eat for Health Tips

We have touched on a range of tips in our video and above. Eat for Health also have some extra great tips you might want to check out to help you to eat healthy on a budget!

Check it out here

Reducing Meat Consumption

Reducing our meat consumption and bulking our meals with legumes and veggies is another great way to save the money. Another common myth is that foods without meat are bland, boring or just all about salads. But that's not true! There is a range of delicious vegetarian meals - even some mimicking meals that usually feature meat like spaghetti and lasagne! If you've never explored the world of vegetarian meals, why not checkout the link below which shares 100 easy vegetarian recipes for carnivore lovers!

Get your veg on here