If you’re on a tight budget, it can be difficult to eat healthy— and no, it’s not a myth that healthy food is more expensive. In fact, the high cost of nutritious food is one of the most common reasons people report overindulging in fatty, salty junk food.
But difficult is not the same as impossible, and there are a few simple ways you can eat healthy for less. Meal planning, sticking to a list at the grocery store and buying produce when it’s in season are all good ways to spend and waste less. You could also make a habit of purchasing some of the hi...
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