NEW YORK (MainStreet)I can appreciate a $5 health food bar as much as the next person, but eating healthy doesn't mean you have to pay premium prices. You may have heard the term "clean eating" being tossed around by your fitness fanatic friends. It's trendy at the moment, but it may very well be the key to sticking to a healthy diet AND a budget. Clean eating just means eating foods in their natural staterather than processed, pre-packaged items. Packaged foods are expensive, and even if they're advertised as healthy they're usually full of sodium, preservatives and other things you probably shouldn't be eating. Watch the video below, and click through the slideshow to get concrete tips on getting delicious and nutritious food on the cheap.