When buying food, you may consider how much food you get for your money. Have you thought about how many nutrients you're getting instead? White bread and kale may be similarly priced, but the smaller amount of kale will provide you with significantly more nutrients than the bread. Similarly, legumes (beans, lentils, etc.) provide a lot of protein without a big price tag. Considering nutrients can help you get more benefit for less.
This week, I will think about the amount of nutrients in the food I buy.