The British Heart Foundation (BHF) has called healthy eating on a budget "one of the biggest challenges of our times" after it found more than a third of people in the UK are struggling to eat healthily due to high food prices.
Victoria Taylor, senior dietitian at the BHF, said:
With the increasing cost of a weekly shopping basket it's a real concern that despite people's best intentions they're struggling to eat healthily.
But there are ways you can make healthy home-cooking more affordable, so that the rising price of your food shop doesn't need to come at a cost to your heart health.
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