It can be pretty tempting to grab the Wonder bread when it’s $1.20 for a giant loaf, and the chia seed, rye, pumpkin, flax seed bread is $9 for a tiny little stack. It doesn’t seem fair: you’ve already made the tough decision of quitting foods with ingredients lists longer than a book, so shouldn’t you be rewarded, instead of punished with high prices?The world of healthy food isn’t only accessible to people with 401Ks and cars that they actually own. You just have to know the tricks. Since grocery stores know that people who shop for healthy foods tend to have slightly fatter wallets and don’t look at price tags, so they pump up the prices and put the most expensive labels in the most visible places. If you do a little investigating, you can eat healthy food for just as little as you ate those noodles in a can. Here are 20 secrets to saving money on healthy food.