I was at the grocery store this afternoon. As usual, with food prices going up, budgeting has become even tougher these days. There are times when I end up giving up some items on my grocery list. But that doesn't mean I have to sacrifice the good nutrition that my family needs to keep up with the demands of this fast-changing world. So, here are some food items that are packed with healthy goodness but are light on the pocket.
Jump-start your mornings with a good bowl of cereals. Not only are they easy to prepare (just add milk), they provide you with energy and fiber. So why not brighten up your kids' morning with a bowl of KOKO KRUNCH (my son's favorite), which is high in iron and B vitamins.
Tuna is rich in brain-boosting omega-3 fatty acids. Omega-3 is good not just for the brain but for the heart, too. Tuna makes it easy for you and your family to enjoy the benefits of Omega-3 and it's easy to add to your sandwiches, pastas, canapés, and more.