According to a recent study from the University of Washington, following the new dietary guidelines can add almost 10% to your food bill. We can either be a victim of high costs of food or we can take some actions to decrease that cost. Scripps Hospital nutritionist, Megan Boitano says eating healthy on a budget takes planning, whether shopping the produce aisle or meat department. The meat is usually more expensive than fruits and vegetable, so looking for portion side, stalking up, and cutting coupons are all ways to eat healthier and save money.
Find out more tips on how to eat healthier on a budget. As seen on KNSD-TV.