Losing weight with DIRTY, LAZY, KETO doesn’t have to be expensive. I was able to lose 140 pounds by eating normal food from regular stores – nothing fancy required.
That being said, I have to admit I’m a pretty thrifty shopper. I love to save money! I use a ton of sneaky strategies to keep my grocery budget as low as possible. Keto foods DO NOT cost more when you utilize my shopping strategies.
Buy the “right” food at the “right” store.
Let’s start by talking about the prices at a traditional grocery store. Can you guess which items are likely to be more expensive if purchased here? Below are the top ten most expensive items sold at any given supermarket.
This list doesn’t cover everything, though.
There is one thing we forgot to talk about which is hands-down, the most expensive problem facing our shopping cart…
I might be captain obvious here, but let me state something we are all guilty of doing. The most expensive items at the grocery store are the foods we buy but end up throwing away.
Too often we are lured in by discounted sales or packaging that says, “keto.” We end up wasting money on groceries that never get eaten. They end up in the back of our cabinets, the bottom of the freezer, and ultimately, the trash can.
I’ve taken on this challenge in my newest book. My goal is to help you save money (and time!) along with losing weight. The DIRTY, LAZY, KETO Dirt Cheap Cookbook (Simon & Schuster, 2020) is sure to become your go-to guide for easy keto recipes that cost no more than $10 each!
Whatever your story or motivation is for starting (or continuing) DIRTY, LAZY, KETO, know that I am here to support you. No one said this journey was going to be easy, just worthwhile!
Whether I’m cheering for you on social media or inspiring you through one of my books, know that I’m here to help.
I’m here to support you, my friend.