Eat Better & Save Money May Not Work Anywhere –Dave’s Diary
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?