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Eating Healthy on a Budget

Posted March 9, 2021 | By ale_bellot

Digital Education Programming Presented by the
Center for Health & Wellbeing

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Eating healthy on a budget is difficult. Old habits can be hard to break, but finding creative ways to make eating healthy, convenient and affordable can make you feel good without breaking your budget – and, it’s easier than you think. In this on-demand program, Jeanette Andrade, director of the University of Florida Master of Science Dietetic Internship program, shares ways to eat healthy while on a budget — where to shop and how to access foods and beverages if factors impede you from shopping — but most importantly, easy and yummy recipes with fewer than five ingredients (yes, you read that right!).

By watching this program, you can expect to learn:

  • how to purchase healthy budget-friendly foods;
  • myths about eating healthy and cost;
  • and ideas for preparing a budget-friendly dish.

This program is presented by Dr. Jeanette Andrade and is hosted by the Winter Park Health Foundation.

About the Program Presenter
Dr. Jeanette Andrade is an assistant professor in the Food Science and Human Nutrition Department at the University of Florida (UF). Her research focuses on effective nutrition education strategies to improve health outcomes among adults, especially for those who have chronic diseases. Dr. Andrade is also the director of the Master of Science Dietetic internship program at UF. She joined the faculty in the fall of 2018. Dr. Andrade holds her Ph.D. from the College of Education in the Department of Human Resource Education with a specialty in evaluation at the University of Illinois in Urbana-Champaign. Before focusing on her Ph.D., she practiced as a clinical dietitian for five years focusing on diabetes.