Dr Oz: Buy Whole Chicken Vs Pieces
Dr Oz shared that you can actually stay healthy without busting your budget. Dr Oz said too many people think you need money to stay healthy, but Lynnette Khalfani-Cox explained that you don’t. She said they have to change their mindset and think about today, rather than tomorrow.
Lynette said you can be healthy and boost your budget, with just a few of her tips. They started by talking to a woman who admitted that she’ll buy processed foods in order to feed her family for cheaper. Lynnette suggested you buy the whole chicken to save money, rather than the pre-cut pieces. You have to pay more for convenience, which is why a whole chicken typically costs $3 less, which means you can save $144 over a year.
Dr Oz: Make Your Own Cleaning Product
Next, Liz explained that she prefers organic cleaning products, but knows they’re more expensive. The good news is that you can make your own natural cleaning product for much cheaper. Use a half cup of vinegar with a cup and a half of distilled water, with just 4-8 drops of lemon or grapefruit essential oil to create your own cleaner. It’s environmentally friendly and cheap!
By making your own cleaning products, you can save $120 a year.
Dr Oz: Wor
kout At Home For Free
Dr Oz and Lynnette then explained that a lot of people use cost as an excuse for not going to the gym. The good news is that there’s a much cheaper alternative. You can use your laptop and YouTube to find workout videos for free and workout right there in your living room. Even Dr Oz has free workouts on his website. It’s a great way to save money, especially in certain areas where gym memberships can cost over $100 a month.
You can save upwards of $1,800 over a year by working out at home for free!
Dr Oz: Save Money On Tea & Coffee
Dr Oz then shared that for all those people who have a daily green tea habit, going to Starbucks or a coffee shop to get it can be incredibly expensive. If you’re constantly visiting coffee shops to get your tea, you can either take the cup back the second time for a cheaper refill, or make your own green tea at home.
Lynnette explained that by taking the cup back the second time, you can save $360 over a year, rather than spending that money on a second cup of tea.
If you do all of these things over the course of a year, you can save $2,424! Which of these money-saving techniques do you plan on using in your own life?