Cook using fresh produce and organic if possible. Buy from local greengrocers who support local farmers, that way you support the local community and chances are the vegetables have not been stored for months and kept fresh looking with continual use of pesticides. Know what goes into the products that you consume...read all the labels and reduce the processed foods which are full of toxic chemicals or are laden with sugar. It is a lot easier than one may think and great fun to cook healthy meals. And it doesn't have to be expensive.
Kashi supposedly used GM corn in their products. So, how am I supposed to take them seriously?
Better to eat healthy
if healthyer food would be cheaper many would quit for good eating GARBAGE couse more than 90% of the food we choose is by price sometimes ignoring even very dangerous fact about what we eat(srry my bad eng).
Theres healthy food everywhere around here in Rochester ny.
Pricy was the only choice i could make but ...
For nineteen years I lived in the interior of China where the food available was that grown by local farmers. Shopping for food meant daily trips to the local market to buy what the local farmers had gathered that day. Now, back in Canada it is much more difficult and expensive to maintain the healthy diet I had in rural China. Sad.
Really the only obstacles to healthy eating are ignorance and laziness!
I have to say that I don't think any of the selections are true for Austin. I have found good selections of produce and fresh meats and seafoods in every part of the cityl.
Thanks to whoever is making available stores like the 99cents store and Dollar Tree and also Grocery Outlet as for much less cost you can eat healthy. 99Cent store also has many fruits and vegetables for.99 cents a bunch. YAY.
I am a vegan and I don't think healthy food is more expensive. I buy all my produce from a local organic farmer. But here in Bermuda some ingredients such as organic lentils, etc. are hard to get because everything is imported.