After Lola Berry’s Day On A Plate – which included a kale omelette, hot turmeric latte, crispy salmon cooked in coconut oil, and a “black detox smoothie” – caused a stir with its superfood-packed meals, there was just one question on everyone’s lips.
How much does it really cost to eat like a health blogger?
Quite hefty, it turns out. And good luck finding some of the ingredients in your local Coles or Woolies. (Raw activated almonds, we’re looking at you.)
We crunched the
celery numbers and buying the ingredients required for her meals and snacks as detailed in her Day On A Plate would set you back about $169.88.
Yep, not far off $200.
As the nutritionist Dr Joanne McMillan pointed out, the costly items are basically anything with the word ‘raw’ or ‘activated’ in front of it.