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Keri's simple and affordable healthy eating hacks include:
Frozen is fine: If fresh produce is too expensive or you are worried about it going bad too quickly, she suggests getting frozen fruits and vegetables and she notes they are packed with all the same nutrition as the fresh version.
Cut the beef: She says you can save money and improve the health of your food by cutting the quantity of meat you eat and by improving the quality. Instead of beef, she suggests eating more fish and adding more plant-based proteins to your meals.
Be picky when you buy organic: She says all your food does not have to be organic and suggests reviewing the Environment Working Group's Dirty Dozen/Clean Fifteen list to find out which foods have the most and least pesticides.