“I’m a dietician and I eat on a budget,” Bohland admits. Her breakfast is eggs and oatmeal and her lunch is sushi, and her dinner is salad with a piece of roasted chicken. The cost of all three meals comes to about $10. Sushi can be very cheap, despite the fact that many rolls have salmon, which is an expensive superfood. Order the rolls with brown rice – another superfood – because it’s a great source of magnesium, which is crucial for the ability of your body to convert food to energy.