Written by Sondi Bruner.
When someone tells me that healthy eating is too expensive, I always wonder if they’ve ever tried it. Is it cheaper to buy crappy, processed foods compared to fresh fruits and vegetables? Nope. In fact, a recent study proved that when you measure nutrient density, rather than cost per calorie, healthy foods are far less expensive than fatty, sugary and salty gunk.
Sure, if you spend your days guzzling raw coconut water and slicing fresh mangoes, your food bill is going to rise. But there are plenty of ways to save money at the cash register – and here are a few of my favourites.