Eat well on a budget

Eat Well on a Budget: A How to Guide

Nutrition 2 Nourish & Flourish provides FIVE TOP TIPS on how to eat healthier on a budget but not compromising on taste or quality. 

The key to being successful at this is planning. Most of us are short of time but if you can put the time in you will be rewarded by both spending less and eating well. 

For further ways to eat well on a budget, why not join us at one of our workshops where we aim to help you:  

  • Understand food groups & the eat well guide
  • Give you the tools to be able to form better eating habits (such as portion sizes)
  • Learn how to meal plan and budget. 
  • Understand labelling and how to find the healthier options.

Workshops are run by a Registered Nutritionist who will guide you through practical and evidence based advice. You can use this link to book on a workshop

To get you started on your meal planning, here is one example of one of my favourite family recipes that is cheap, nutritious and easy to prepare. It contains two portions of vegetables if you include a serving of veg alongside the fishcakes. This will provide a good source of fibre as well as some essential micronutrients. The tinned tuna is a good source of essential nutrients (omega 3 fatty acids, protein, selenium and vitamin D). 

This recipe can also be adapted to suit your dietary requirements such as gluten free if you use GF mayonnaise and flour.

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