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Cut healthcare costs — with lunch?

About the author

Kelsey Hubbard is a freelance broadcast journalist based in Connecticut. She is a former host of ABC News’ Money Matters and was a longtime host and reporter for The Wall Street Journal’s daily video business news shows.

Save money by eating more?

It sounds too good to be true, but by consuming several low-cost, healthful lunch items, you can improve your Vitamin D levels and perhaps even cut your risk of dementia. That, in turn, can reduce future medical costs.

Click “play” on the arrow above to learn more about the simple food and lifestyle changes you can make to save your health, and your wallet — in 90 seconds.

Balance your budget with lunch

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