Watching carbs to stay healthy or lose weight doesn't have to cost you a fortune. Sure, if filet mignon and lobster are your low-carb staples each week, it's going to cost more. But regularly including such high-priced foods in your weekly meal plan isn't necessary-there are countless inexpensive and delicious options that are low in carbs and dollars. Just look at our New Atkins for a New You Cookbook for affordable recipe ideas.
Here's how you can start saving:
Packaged food is pricey. You could end up saving money (and your waistline) when you swap out heavily processed and pre-packaged junk foods and fast food meals for home-cooked dishes made from fresh vegetables and tender meats.
Plan, plan, plan. You've heard this before, but if you take the time to plan your meals and recipes for the week, you will always be prepared. Having your low-carb meals and snacks readily at hand prevents you from taking that extra trip to the vending machine, hitting the drive-thru orRead More »from Money-Saving Shopping Tips for Low-Carb Dieters