How to eat healthy while cutting your grocery bill
While we often hear that it’s more expensive to eat healthfully, that’s not necessarily true. There are many healthy foods that are cheaper than their less nutritious alternatives.
Nutrition Services is a self-operated food and nutrition department. We offer personal nutrition counseling and group classes to help with diabetes, weight loss, weight management, obesity, kidney disease, kidney stones and other health conditions. Retail dining options are available at many locations across the medical center campus and in ambulatory settings. Healthy inpatient meals are provided to nourish patients during their stay at any OSU Wexner Medical Center hospital.
Community education opportunities, including our Ross Heart Community Garden, JamesCare for Life classes/events and our Mobile Education Kitchen provide a way to closer engage in our community.
There are many great spots to snag a bite to eat throughout The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center campus. Nutrition Services staff are committed to providing high-quality care and tasty, nutritious options, from the BistrOH and beyond.
The James Instructional Kitchen is specially designed to teach individuals how to use food to reduce risk and manage cancer side effects in a hands-on way. Join one of our culinary experts to learn recipes to aid side effects caused by cancer treatment, cooking skills and techniques, as well as meals that promote a plant-based lifestyle.
Whether you are newly struggling to make ends meet during a global pandemic or are familiar with the battle of prioritizing food amongst other daily living costs, shopping for both nutritious and budget-friendly meals can become an arduous task. Although it seems difficult, this article breaks down the basics to eating well and doing it on a budget.
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