IT’S PROBABLY SAFE TO SAY THAT OXYGEN WOMEN TEND to eat healthier than the average Jane. But sometimes health comes at a price, and every time you suffer financial cramps at checkout, you’re reminded that your food dollar doesn’t go as far as it used to. After all, grass-fed steak and chia seeds rarely appear in the on-sale circulars. So which body-friendly foods should you choose and which should you shelve? Since the most nutrition-packed choice isn’t always obvious based on labels alone, we’ve pitted several comparable edibles against each other to duke it out in a no-holds-barred food fight. Let’s get ready to rumble!


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