>Here's a question I get asked a lot : "Isn't it expensive to eat healthy?" The answer is a resounding : "No." Contrary to popular belief, you don't have to have top-of-the-line this or (gasp) organic that. You do need to be willing to eat real food and all the prep that comes with it. There are no real food drive-thrus. You need to plan ahead.
Now, I don't know where you live, or the prices in your community, but I am able to feed my family (of 2 adults/1 teen) 21 real food meals (3 meals/day x 7 days/week) for around $130-150/week (depending on what other household needs we have (cat food, toiletries, dish soap, etc.)).