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You want to eat healthy. You need to save cash. Can you have it both ways?
Yes, experts say.
“People think that healthy eating is an elite thing, that it’s something you can only do if you have lots of money, and lots of spare time, and all kinds of fancy equipment,” said Christine Hradek, a nutrition specialist at Iowa State University Extension and Outreach in Ames. “And really, that isn’t true.”
Here’s how to make it happen.
Start in a happy place.
The first step is to think about what kinds of foods you like, said Cheryl Anderson, dean of the Herbert Wertheim School of Public Health and Human Longevity Science at the University of California San Diego. Then, envision the healthiest version of them.
Are you a french-fry fiend? Ponder a baked