Mythbusting: The Cost of Healthy Eating

You don’t need special, expensive foods to build a healthy dietary pattern.

Let’s face it, checking out with a real or virtual cart full of fresh, organic produce, gluten-free and organic snacks, wild-caught fish, and grass-fed beef can lead to an eye-popping cash register receipt. We all want to make the best dietary decisions for our health, but foods like these—with their aura of healthfulness—can cost so […]
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