Getting Enough Calories As An Athlete, Organic Vs Non-organic Etc….?

I think I posted this before and everyone tells me to eat chicken (every place I’ve been only has processed chicken).
What about for the amateur athlete that wants to eat mainly organic (fruits/vegetables/nuts/seeds/etc… and only grass-fed steaks/wild fish?
The problem is–I don’t think I can afford it. The only place to get this stuff near me is Whole Foods and would merit a grocery bill of about $800 a month or more.
I could eat less, but that would require I remain sedentary 5 days out of 7. The alternative is not shopping at whole foods and living off organic peanutbutter sandwiches and fruit (although I would probably feel like ****).
A huge bulk of my diet is nuts/fruit, would it be worth it to buy this stuff online, discounted and then simply use whole foods for just the meat/bread/eggs etc…?
Why is organic food so expensive?

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One Response to “Getting Enough Calories As An Athlete, Organic Vs Non-organic Etc….?”

  1. Blake says:

    it really is a pain. A guy like you trying to eat healthy has to struggle way more than someone eating junk… sucks man

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