published in the American Journal of Preventive Medicine shows that keeping a food diary may double your weight loss efforts.
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I recently "sprouted " lentils. Healthy salad toppings and very inexpensive
Thanks for sharing this information.
Great list. Thanks
Take it for the foods list and not the prices!! WOW big differences from 12 years ago
I have enjoyed reading many of your older articles because the advice still rings true. However, you may want to be careful to include these articles if they have outdated facts/data in them e.g. prices of produce and other types of food.
Thanks for your article, most of your suggested veggies are on my shopping list!
It's interesting how some prices are almost the same and others quite a bit higher. But it's all relative and there are some great tips in this article for saving on our grocery bill. I never used to shop at Aldi, but have really reduced my total grocery bill by picking up some of their great buys. I rarely shop at the big box grocery stores anymore.
Its a great article prices are quite different from 2008, but if shop the sales you can really save.
Great article! Thank you!
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