[quote]Chris Colucci wrote:
I basically spend around $200 a month for food, mainly because I can’t afford more (once you take other expenses, such as utilities, gym, supplements).[/quote]
If you’re taking money away from an already-tight food budget to allow yourself more money to spend on supplements, you’re doing things wrong.
I just saw your other thread and it looks like you’re taking several supplements that you simply don’t need or could easily do without. Seriously, if money’s that tight, you can (and should) drop about half of the supps you’re taking and reallocate it into food.[/quote]
not rly taking away from the food budget, maybe to a small extent. I get supplements mostly on sales, so monthly I maybe spend around $60 bucks on average on sups. Keep in mind that preworkout supps last a long time so basically the most $$$ goes toward whey which is around $70 for 11 lbs and that lasts me for about two months.
Can’t really get a decent amount of food in case of dropping some of the supps, since, like I said, the monthly cost of other supps is negligable.
e.g. i got 5lbs of BCAA for around $50 on sale and that should last me a bunch.
Switched jobs about a month ago, better $$$, so I’ll have a bit more to spend on food
The main point is that food is too ****** expensive here
P.S. as you can see, no chance of me getting some quality Biotest supplements