According to some resources, the average American spends about $300 per month on food.† There are those that claim (www.sensei.com) that most special diet plans end up costing you more.†† Of course Sensei claims that its weight loss budget actually saves you money.† While we donít know if that is true, the cost of food is important to us all.
Senseiís weight loss plan claims to be budget friendly.
Click here to view Sensei.com and check out whether their weight loss plan has a low budget.† Whether or not it does, it can get you started thinking about the cost of a healthy diet.
Sensei’s budget-friendly feature is said to provide healthy and appealing meals designed with a focus on cost conscious ingredients, menus, shopping tips and hints for further savings of time and money.
Source: National Business Research Institute. New Study Reveals Major Disparities in Costs of Weight Loss Programs. July 22, 2008
Source: USDA Report Official USDA Food Plans: Cost of Food at Home U.S. Average, October 2008. Table 8. Means and distributions of 1-day original Healthy Eating Index (HEI) and Healthy Eating Index-2005 (HEI-2005) component and total scores, United States, 2001-2002.
Note: Costs for NBRI analysis and Sensei Programs and USDA Report are for an adult female.
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