1. What Are The Recommended Dietary Allowances RDA?
  2. Healthy Food List #1: Best Nutrition For Pregnant Women
  3. Healthy Food List #2: Best Nutrition For Healthy Hair / Preventing Hair Loss
  4. Healthy Food List #3: Best Nutrition For Asthma (And A Healthy Lung)
  5. Healthy Food List #4: Best Nutrition For Children With Autism
  6. Healthy Food List #5: Best Nutrition For A Healthy Back (And No Back Pain)
  7. Healthy Food List #6: Best Nutrition For Fighting Pain
  8. Healthy Food List #7: Best Nutrition For Brainpower
  9. Healthy Food List #8: Best Nutrition For Reducing Your Cancer Risk
  10. Healthy Food List #9: Best Nutrition For Lowering Cholesterol
  11. Healthy Food List #10: Best Nutrition For Fighting Against Colds and Flu
  12. Healthy Food List #11: Best Nutrition For Beating Depression
  13. Healthy Food List #12: Best Nutrition For Fighting Stress
  14. Healthy Food List #13: Best Food For Instant Detox
  15. Healthy Food List # 14: Best Nutrition For Diabetics
  16. Healthy Food List #15: Best Nutrition For Better Digestion
  17. Healthy Food List #16: Best Nutrition For Building Muscle
  18. Healthy Food List #17: Best Nutrition For Dealing With Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
  19. Healthy Food List #18: Best Nutrition For Dealing With Fibromyalgia
  20. Healthy Food List #19: Best Nutrition For Better Fitness
  21. Healthy Food List #20: Best Nutrition For A Healthy Heart
  22. Healthy Food List #21: Best Nutrition For High Blood Pressure
  23. Healthy Food List #22: Best Nutrition For Balancing Your Hormones (And For A Great Skin)
  24. Healthy Food List #23: Best Nutrition For Strong Joints
  25. Healthy Food List #24: Best Nutrition For Juice Cleanses
  26. Healthy Food List #25: Best Nutrition For Men
  27. Healthy Food List #26: Best Nutrition For People Over 60
  28. Healthy Food List #27: Best Nutrition For Weight Loss
  29. Healthy Food List #28: Best Nutrition For Preventing Osteoporosis
  30. Healthy Food List #29: Best Nutrition For Easing Hyperthyroidism Symptoms
  31. Healthy Food List #30: Best Nutrition For A Better Sex Life
  32. Healthy Food List #31: Best Nutrition For Better Sleep
  33. Healthy Food List #32: Best Nutrition For Menstruation Periods
  34. Healthy Food List #33: Best Nutrition For Healthy Eyes
  35. Healthy Food List #34: Best Nutrition For Preventing Hearing Loss
  36. Healthy Food List #35: Best Nutrition For Healthy Teeth And Gums
  37. Healthy Food List #36: Best Nutrition For Improving Your Appetite
  38. Healthy Food List #37: Best Nutrition For Reducing Your Hunger and Appetite
  39. Healthy Food List #38: Best Nutrition For Women
  40. Healthy Food List #39: Best Nutrition For Women Over 50
  41. Healthy Food List #40: Best Supplement Nutrition For Women
  42. Healthy Food List #41: Best Nutrition For Your Child
  43. Healthy Eating #1: Make Health Goals That You Can Work On
  44. Healthy Eating #2: Eat For a F.I.T. Lifestyle
  45. Healthy Eating #3: Which Foods Can Help Cure Common Cold?
  46. Healthy Eating #4: Take up a slow, steady weight loss plan
  47. Healthy eating #5: Things to know about supplements (by age)
  48. Healthy eating #7: Start cutting excess fat from your cooking
  49. Healthy Eating #8: Foods that help keep your eyes healthy
  50. Healthy Eating #9: A checklist for healthful eating and active living
  51. Healthy Eating #10: Stay fit in cold weather
  52. Healthy Eating #11: Start eating oats
  53. Healthy Eating #13: Be a smart food buyer

Healthy Eating #13: Be a smart food buyer




Always buy food for the quality and health benefits. When you buy and consume healthy foods, you also save costs in your lifelong, personal health care. Here are things you should do to get the best value for your food dollar:


- Buy canned or dried beans. Beans are an inexpensive protein food, loaded with fiber and other phytonutrients.
- Fill your cart with veggies and fruit. Fresh, canned, or frozen— nutrition is virtually the same, so shop for the best price.
- Grow herbs. It’s cheaper and more convenient than buying them.
- Buy whole-grain foods. They have more nutrients and fiber than their processed counterparts, for about the same cost.
- Pack your lunch bag. You’ll save money, and often have more nutrient-rich options than you might have with fast-food eating.
- Stock your desk with bottled water. It’s cheaper than a vending machine soft drink.
- Reach for single-serving flavored (perhaps low-fat) milk - a nutrient-packed snack drink.