Don’t Eat Your Wallet! 10 easy steps to reducing grocery expenses – Step 5Don’t spend money for what has no value (at least not regularly). Ne. 9: 51: Wherefore, do not spend money for that which is of no worth, nor your labor for that which cannot satisfy.
Soda, chips and other junk food provide little nutrition besides calories; buying them regularly is like making installment plans on long-term care for poor health—at least a double whammy (feeling bad and paying money for it—twice: once when you bought the junk food, then again paying for medications, doctor visits, testing or other complications).
There is anecdotal evidence that by eating healthier, your body actually needs less food. The more fruits, veggies and whole grains,the better the nutrition,the less quantity of junk the body seeks to try to fill nutritional voids.