A leading nutritionist has revealed the five dietary tweaks that could save you $8,000 in on year.
Steph Geddes revealed that by making these five simple changes, you could save four figures.
From eating more vegetables to reducing mindless grazing, here FEMAIL reveals her tips and just how much they could save you.
Nutritionist Steph Geddes (pictured) outlined fives changes people can make to their day that could save you nearly $8,000
Reduce mindless eating
When sitting at home on the couch or slaving away at work, many people are guilty of snacking on whatever food they can find – even if they aren’t hungry.
But mindless grazing isn’t doing your waistline any favours, and won’t keep you healthy or rich in the long run.
‘If someone was to cut out one mindless snack per day (two protein balls for example, at a cost of $2) then you’re looking at $14 per week which is a saving of $728 per year,’ Steph wrote on her Try cutting out the mindless snacks and surviving without one in the afternoon. Your bank balance will thank you.
Total saving: $728
Ms Geddes said if people can reduce their food waste even half they could save around $2,000 a year (stock image)
Plan your meals
Ms Geddes said food waste is a big issue in Australia, and it’s not only a huge waste of food, but also bad for male hormone enhancement supplements your bank balance.
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