I don’t know about you guys, but the way I like to eat and HOW MUCH this lifting girl eats can get pretty costly. As a poor nursing student, I am always looking for ways to save and can prove that healthy and organic eating habits are financially manageable. I find fun organic treats and superfoods literally everywhere, including TJ MAXX, Ross, and the newest hidden gem, BIG LOTS. Who would’ve thought?! I get so excited about it, I find myself stopping in weekly just to see what they’ve got!
Check out my latest haul! Now I know some of the foods are “dirty,” but I am a flexible dieter who follows IIFYM (if it fits your macros), and I work in these treats post workout or when I’m craving it to avoid binges. This place is a playground for flexible dieters, and I find clean treats too! Win win.
The prices are seriously ridiculous. The Honest sodas were only 33 cents a pop! They are free of crap and comparable to Zevia sodas, which are found at Whole Foods for over $1 a can. I got Annie’s cheddar bunnies and graham friends for $2 a box, PB2 for $4, PB2 crackers for $2, Mom’s best dark chocolate oatmeal packets for $1, and chocolate JIF peanut butter for $1.50!
Other fun finds there that aren’t pictured: Justin’s peanut butter cups, Bob’s Red Mill whole wheat pastry flour, sugarfree Oreos, organic Vanilla tea, Arrowhead organic puffed millet cereal, and stevia packets.