Healthy Living is Frugal Living

Taking your car in for its regular maintenance and tune-up will save you money on bigger problems, taking your body into the doctor regularly can save you money on medical costs. 

In a long-running study by Nurse’s Health, researchers found that switching to a diet proven to lower the risk of chronic diseases like fruits, vegetables and beans saved lives and wallets. 

Don’t overlook the opportunity to live healthy, happy and save a ton of money with these healthy living tips.

Make an investment in your health, when to see your doctor

Had I not gone for my annual check-up years ago, I would not have known I had cancer. By catching the cancer in time, I had surgery and have regular check-ups to see how the cancer is progressing.

 Had I not gone to the doctor, the disease would have spread throughout my entire body. A major illness isn’t going to go away. This is one subject where ignorance is definitely not bliss.

Losing those extra pounds could save you a few pounds…or dollars

That spare tire around your waist isn’t going to save you from getting a flat but it probably won’t kill you either. Let your weight go further though and it could cost you big money.

Obesity is a huge factor in chronic illnesses like Type 2 Diabetes, coronary heart disease, stroke and hypertension and all of these carry steep price tags for medical bills.

Get more than a nickel for good dental care

Keeping your mouth healthy is an essential part of your overall health. Checking your teeth can actually reveal seemingly unrelated issues like diabetes, vitamin deficiencies or oral cancer. 

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