The best superfoods you can buy when you’re on a budget

We all know that when it comes to doing the dreaded diet overhaul there’s nothing worse than spending all your hard earned euros on over-priced ‘superfoods’ that end up getting dumped in the bin.

Kale, avocados, goji berries, the list just goes on and on. While we’re all for being as healthy as possible all year round, we’re a bit fed up of paying through the nose for fancy foods to help us be our healthiest selves.

In efforts to help us not be struggling with our copper coins until the next pay day rolls around, we found you some of the healthiest foodie picks that don’t cost an arm and a leg. These humble snacks pack some serious punch in the superfood department and don't break the bank.

Yes, yes you can.  You can be content knowing your fridge is full of the healthiest picks, while also knowing your piggy bank is safe from being raided…. Until the next summer sale starts at least. 

Oats: full of fibre to keep you full and help lower cholesterol. 

Green tea: full of antioxidants to keep your skin glowing.

Tuna: cheaper than salmon and still full of omega 3s. 

Apples: you know the saying about the apples and the doctors by now right? Pair them up with peanut butter and you're sorted for all-day snacking emergencies. 

Cabbage: cheaper than kale, and not quite so glamorous we know, but it has just as many health benefits for a fraction of the price. 

So, healthy snacks for days and extra cash for new shoes, you're welcome. 


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