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Yes, Eating Healthy Is More Expensive, But Maybe Less Than You Think

Eating Healthy vs Unhealthy Will Cost You 550 More Per Year Study Reveals


The most comprehensive study of its kind indicates that yes, unhealthy food is about $1.50 cheaper per day, or about $550 per year, than healthy food.

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Ellen Gustafson, the co-founder of Food Tank, explained the "true" costs of so-called cheap food:

Hidden health costs like our global obesity epidemic and the food-related public health issues of heart disease, diabetes, and cancer are certainly not included in the cost of your fast food meal.

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