Eating healthier is a laudable goal, but can you afford it? Contrary to popular belief, cleaning up your diet doesn’t have to mean squandering all your earnings on heirloom tomatoes. One study found that you’d only have to spend a few quarters more each day on a meal that’s good for you than you would for cheaper, less healthful food—and you get a whole lot more nutrition for your buck, too.
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