Be resolved in the New Year to eat better and save money.  Not so fast.  One might preclude the other!

A recent review study that analyzed information from 10 countries found that eating a healthy diet really does cost more. People who eat a very healthy diet, like one rich in fruits, vegetables, nuts and fish, end up spending about $1.50 more per day, on average, than those who eat a less healthy one, such as one focused on processed foods, meats and refined grains.

That adds up to about $550 extra dollars a year.

Is that a cheap price to pay for better health?