Twice in the past week I've been confronted with the comment that it's too expensive to eat healthy. I'd like to get some feedback on this from my readers. My suspicion is that those who think they cannot afford to eat healthy are comparing the lowest of low (fast food) to the highest of high (specialty organic foods) and not looking at the middle way - good, healthy beans, brown rice, frozen vegetables, and the like. I think it's much like a friend of mine who, many years ago commented that only the wealthy could afford to stay thin, which really puzzled me at first. And then I realized she was thinking that the then-popular "Beverly Hills Diet" was the only way to lose weight!