Dr. Oz Talks About Cheap Superfoods Under One Dollar and Tips To Save Money On Your Prescriptions
In general, it does cost more to eat healthy.. However, there are some healthy “superfoods” that you can purchase for less than one dollar per serving! Today Dr. Oz talked about the healthiest yet inexpensive foods that you should be adding to your grocery cart.
Healthy Foods At Your Grocery Store Under $1.00 Per Serving
Eating healthy doesn’t have to deplete your bankbook if you pick out the right foods. Here are the four superfoods that Dr. Oz recommended on today’s (1-20-2014) show :
- Canned pink salmon – Get a high dose of Omega 3’s from canned pink salmon for only about $1.00 per serving (this is based on a 2 1/2 oz serving)
- Sweet potatoes – Contains high amounts of vitamin A. Only 27 cents for a 1/2 cup serving
- Bananas – High in potassium. Bananas are approximately 39 cents per serving (for one banana)
- Oatmeal – For only .024 cents per serving of oatmeal you can lower your cholesterol because of oatmeal’s high fiber content.
Tips On How To Save Money On Prescription Medications
Dr. Oz invited Stacia Woodcock on to the show to share money saving tips for prescriptions. Did you know that you can use coupons for prescriptions and even print them out online?? Here are the tips that Stacia recommended on today’s show :
- Save money with prescription coupons! – Ask your doctor if they have any prescription coupons to help you save some cash. You can also print off prescription coupons online.
- Preferred drugs – Insurance have “preferred” medications for your condition that will save you money. Find out what the “preferred” medications are on your insurance plan and ask your doctor if they will write a prescription for the alternative less expensive medication.
- Medicare Part D Prescriptions – These vary in price from one pharmacy to another. You should check with your insurance company to find out which is your “preferred” pharmacy. Use this pharmacy to fill your medications.
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