Thanks to overpriced juice bars and specialty organic grocers, some of the healthiest foods get a bad rap for being good for the body, but bad for your wallet. Thing is, cooking your own meals and having snacks on-hand will drastically cut the amount of money you spend on food throughout the week.
And fortunately, loading up on good-for-you food doesn’t have to make all your money disappear. We polled four nutritionists on the fruits, vegetables, grains, and proteins that contain the most nutritional bang for your buck.
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