We're told a lot of rules for living a healthy lifestyle. Some of these lifestyle choices can get expensive.
There are some changes you can make to the rules that we're all told, that can save you money and time.
Most of us have heard that we should eat organic produce to avoid pesticides. Eating all organic all the time can be expensive.
Instead of breaking the bank, buy the organic versions of fruits and vegetables that are highest in pesticides.
The dirties produce includes apples, celery, cherry tomatoes, cucumbers and grapes.
We're also told that we should brush our teeth after every meal.
When brushing immediately after eating is not an option, you can chew gum.
The American Dental Association recommends chewing sugarless glum for 20 minutes after a meal to help prevent tooth decay.
Exercising daily is also recommended for healthy living.
One option, if a full trip to the gym isn't doable for you, is to get moving throughout the day in small ways, at least every hour.
The little activities we do during the day can boost metabolism. Try things like walking or doing lunges down the hallway.