The number 1 complaint I hear from clients is that eating healthy is too expensive, but honestly it doesn't have to be. There are many ways that you can still eat clean without breaking the bank. For example, fresh fruits and veggies are the best however if you can't afford that then the next best thing would be to buy frozen fruit and veggies. Also, the Farmer Markets usually have a better price on fresh produce than grocery stores do. As for your chicken and other meats, look for the ones that are closest to expiring. Those will be marked down and you can freeze it and use it even after the expiration date. Keep in mind that when you eat clean, you stay healthy. When you're healthy you're not spending money on medicines and doctors fees. So even if I'm spending $5 to $10 extra dollars each week on groceries, it's worth it to me in the long run.