Quote Originally Posted by Chrysanthe View Post
I almost bought into the detoxification business (Spirulina, Chlorella, Niacin, Apple Cider Vinegar, Alkaline Diet, Veganism, etc.)... I stopped researching stuff like this because I realized I would never be able to afford it. At the time my intentions were to awaken my Third Eye (the pineal gland) and gain more control over my life through strict dieting but I never really got far enough... as far as I know it could still be plausible.
We are a prosperous country, and the standard Australian diet (SAD) is readily available. However it is possible to eat a more healthy diet here cheaply because we have no Goods and Services Tax on staples.

Here are the foods free from a Goods and Services Tax in Australia -

Bread and bread rolls without a sweet coating (such as icing) or filling – a glaze is not considered a sweet coating

Cooking ingredients, such as flour, sugar, pre-mixes and cake mixes
Fats and oils for cooking

Unflavoured milk, cream, cheese and eggs

Spices, sauces and condiments

Bottled drinking water

Fruit or vegetable juice (of at least 90% by volume of juice of fruit or vegetables)

Tea and coffee (unless ready-to-drink)

Baby food and infant formula

All meats for human consumption (except prepared meals or savoury snacks)

Fruit, vegetables, fish and soup (fresh, frozen, dried, canned or packaged)

Spreads for bread (such as honey, jam and peanut butter)

Breakfast cereals.