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    10 Ways To Spend Less On Healthy Groceries

    carrots at the market - budget friendly grocery shopping tips by robin shirley

    Everyone asks me how they can spend less money on healthy eating. It’s probably my clients’ # 2 concern when it comes to changing their diet. (#1 being what they should actually eat!)

    So over the years I’ve come up with a few really awesome tips and tricks for spending less at the store.

    I’m going to share 10 of my most effective budgeting tricks on this episode.

    Take a listen…I think you’ll find some really practical budgeting solutions!

    Listen Here:

    The sounds quality gets bad around 7 minutes, but it improves after about 60 seconds! Sorry about that…

    Let us know what budgeting tips you found helpful in this episode and tell us if you have any other ideas.

    Leave a comment below…we can all learn from each other!

     

    Keep taking back your health,
    Robin

     

    PS – I promised a link about aluminum. Here is the EPA profile of aluminum. Health risks are all the way at the bottom of the page. Even the EPA health risk profile of aluminum (which is always very modest due to the government involvement) sound a little dangerous…

    http://www.atsdr.cdc.gov/phs/phs.asp?id=1076&tid=34

    “Studies in animals show that the nervous system is a sensitive target of aluminum toxicity. Obvious signs of damage were not seen in animals after high oral doses of aluminum. However, the animals did not perform as well in tests that measured the strength of their grip or how much they moved around.” –http://www.atsdr.cdc.gov/phs/phs.asp?id=1076&tid=34

    As far as I can find, studies on the effects of aluminum are conducted based on a normal level of intake, set at about 2.5-13.5mg daily. But consideration has not necessarily been given to aluminum intake coming from various skincare products including deodorant, canned beverages, and medications including antacids.

    “For adults, the daily intake of aluminium has been estimated at about 2.5‐13.5 mg and can be much higher (500 mg or more) in individuals taking antacids containing aluminium hydroxide.” –http://www.european-aluminium.eu/wp-content/uploads/2011/11/Al-Fact-Sheet_-20110728-final.pdf

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