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A number of recent studies have demonstrated the increasing cost of fresh, nutritious food. Conventional wisdom suggests that this cost can keep you from eating as healthfully as you might like. But is eating healthy really as expensive as everyone claims?
The U.S. Department of Agriculture released a report late last week predicting an increase in food prices, especially among
By Ellie Krieger for iVillage On a shoestring budget? Try these wallet-friendly health heroes.
This is one of the great myths about healthy eating -- ranking right up there with the fallacy that eating healthy doesn't taste good. It's more economical to cook a fresh, healthy meal than to eat junk food.
No matter where my patients come from, I hear the same phrase about why they struggle to eat healthy: "I can't afford healthy foods, especially with increasing produce prices."