Dr. Oz: Save Money on Chicken
Dr. Oz talked to Lynette Khalfani-Cox about whether we really need lots of money to stay healthy. She said the first thing we need to do is think about what we’re doing today, rather than what we’re doing tomorrow. Don’t plan for a diet tomorrow when you can start it today.
Dr. Oz talked to Mindy from the audience, who is struggling with staying on a budget. She said lean meats are expensive so she has to buy processed foods. Lynette suggested Mindy buy the whole chicken, not the pre-cut parts. You’re paying for convenience. If you cut up the chicken yourself, you’ll save money doing that.
If you do this, you can save $144 in the course of a year.
Dr. Oz: Save Money on Cleaning Products
Lisa skips on cleaning products because she can’t afford the organic kind. Lynette recommended she take 1 1/2 cup vinegar, 1/2 cup distilled water, and 4 to 8 drops of lemon essential oil or grapefruit essential oil. This will help get any appliance in the home clean. Better yet, it’s very inexpensive.
If you do this over buying some chemical cleaning products, you’ll save $122 over a year.
Dr. Oz: How to Exercise on the Cheap
A lot of people can’t afford gym memberships. Lynette said instead, you can use a laptop or computer to find trainer videos and do the exercises in your home. This can be a very big money saver for your home.
If you’re spending $100-150 per month on the gym, you’ll save $1,800 over the course of a year.
Dr. Oz: Save Money on Tea
Another woman from the audience often goes to Starbucks to get her green tea. Lynette said that if you’re going to a chain store multiple times a day, most of them will give you a discount for a refill. Keep your cup and take it back with you. If you do this, you can save $30 a month and $360 a year.
If you do all of these tips, you can save $2,424 per year.