Many people mistakenly believe that eating tasty, nutritional food is very expensive. But in this video, Dr. David Sherer, anesthesiologist and author of Bottom Line’s What Your Doctor Isn’t Telling You blog, explains that there are many inexpensive healthy foods out there for people who are willing to plan ahead and buy in bulk. For example, Dr. Sherer recommends eating nuts and inexpensive lean meats as healthy sources of protein…fresh vegetables in salads…and healthy grains and low-glycemic-index pastas as a source of healthy carbs. For those willing to make the effort, there are healthy, low-cost foods out there.

David Sherer, MD, is an American physician, inventor, and author. He currently practices anesthesiology in the suburbs of Washington D.C. and is a tireless advocate for hospitalized patients. For more great tips from Dr. Sherer, check out his other videos and Bottom Line blog “What Your Doctor Isn’t Telling You.”

For more with Dr. Sherer, click here for his podcast and video interviews, or purchase his memoir, The House of Black and White: My Life with and Search for Louise Johnson Morris.

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