By: Maria Frye, RDN
In this episode of Ask A Nutritionist, registered dietitian nutritionist Maria Frye answers the question, "what are healthy foods to buy on a budget?"
Shopping for healthful foods on a budget is a common practice and always relevant, especially during these challenging times when making every dollar and food purchase count is more important than ever. In this episode, Maria provides helpful tips to help families save money on groceries without compromising quality or nutrition such as buying in bulk, produce in season and quality preserved goods like dry beans.
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Maria Frye, RDN
Maria Frye, RDN
Maria is a registered dietitian nutritionist and Community Nutrition Adviser serving Los Angeles communities.
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