Category Archives: Cost of Food

Food in your shopping cart—ends up in your stomach.

Duh. Healthy Cart = Healthy Eating You can tell a lot about how healthy a person is eating by taking a look at their grocery cart. I find it amusing to check out shopping carts at the supermarket—and observe how … Continue reading

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Healthy eating can cost less, study finds.

Finally some good news about healthy eating I was delighted to see an article on Fox last week about the cost-benefits of eating healthy foods. They even made some great points that I have made in earlier blogs on this … Continue reading

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Canned beans or dry beans? Which are best?

A reader asks some very good questions about one of my daily staples. Comparing canned beans to dry beans in a bag: Which are healthier? Which taste the best? What about sodium? What about cost? Which are most convenient? What … Continue reading

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Lunching with Sal at the Candle Cafe in New York City

After over 300 consecutive daily blogs, I had the privilege of meeting one of the most frequent visitors and commenters on my website — Mr. Salvatore Liggieri of Queens, NY. Driving back to CT from a funeral of a dear … Continue reading

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The Dollars and “Sense” of Plant-Based Eating

Some think that healthy eating costs more. I disagree. On the surface, it might appear that healthy eating might cost a lot more than our standard meat, dairy and egg diet. And since most people never get beneath the surface, … Continue reading

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