Eating Healthy Will Cost You

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By Molly Clifton

Eating healthy comes with a hefty price tag.

Harvard University researchers  analyzed 27 studies from 10 high income countries. 

They  found diets rich in fruits, vegetables, fish and nuts cost about $1.50 a day more than the least healthy ones. 

That adds up to about $550 a year per person which experts say can put a significant burden on some families.
 



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