The Credit Crunch has a squeeze on everything from real estate and luxury to what you serve on the dinner table. The inclination to eat unhealthy foods versus fresh whole foods has become widespread, as consumers opt for the ‘less expensive’ means to feed their families.
This doesn’t have to be the case, explains Erin Chase, mother of two and creator of 5dollardinners.com, who supplies tips to feed families healthy meals on a strict budget. From Apple Dijon Pork Roast to Zucchini Stew, she teaches consumers that healthier choices can be wealthier choices.
Erin will also be appearing on the Rachael Ray Show to show consumers how to eat well.
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Credit Crunch Dining Can be Healthy With These Budget-Friendly Meals
- By: TopDogApr 21, 2009