Budget is one of the hardest struggles many of us face. How to eat healthy on limited funds is often difficult because junk food is just so much cheaper and a full belly feels better than an empty one.
There was an article today by Diabetes Health http://diabeteshealth.com/read/2014/01/25/812... that talks about people who end up going without by the end of the month. I know I have experienced the empty fridge syndrome from time to time, but more often it's just that I am too lazy to try to make something out of what I have in the house. For some people, that's just not the case and an empty pantry can lead to poor glucose management and hypoglycemia.
So what does happen to you when you run out of the foods you should be eating or even food at all? I have heard of some of your budgets and it's amazing you can stay alive on so little. Are there tips you can offer to those who struggle to make it to the end of the month?
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