One of the best ways to stay healthy is to set yourself up to succeed when it comes to eating well and the best way to do that is to make sure your fridge and pantry is full of lots of healthy food. So here is a shopping list to take with you to the supermarket or health food store so you can make sure your set up for eating a healthy wholefood diet.

Shopping List 

Dry Groceries

Chia Seeds
Quinoa
Brown Rice
Dry Black Beans
Dry chickpeas 
Almond meal
Coconut Flour
Desiccated Coconut
Cacao Powder
Your favourite Raw or Activated Nuts
Cinnamon
Turmeric
Any of your favourite dried herbs and spices
Vanilla powder or Vanilla Essence
Dandelion root tea
Your favourite green or herbal teas
Sea salt or Pink Hymilayan salt

Condiments & Liquids
Apple Cider Vinegar
Coconut oil
olive oil
Tamari
Tahini
Nut Butter like Almond or sunflower
Rice Syrup, Raw Honey or Stevia

Cold Items
Coconut Milk
Almond Milk
Natural Greek yoghurt or coconut yoghurt
Sauerkraut or fermented Vegetables
Coconut water

Meat & Protein
Choose whatever meat you like by steer clear of processed meat like salami and devon.
Try and buy organic grass fed meat whenever possible
These are the best options to have on hand to put together a quick and easy meal:

Organic eggs
Salmon (preferably wild caught)
Chicken thighs or breast (whatever your favourite part is)

Fruits and Vegetables 
Buying veggies that are in season is the healthiest and most cost effective way to buy veggies here is a great guide to what veggies are in season when.
The best way to get the most nutrients out of your fruits and veggies  is to buy organic veggies from your local farmers market. However this may not always be possible so here is a list of the the products that are sprayed with the most pesticides and the ones that are sprayed with the least. The clean 15 and the dirty dozen.

Choose whatever fruits and veggies you enjoy eating but I’ll include some of the healthiest and most versatile ones so you have a guide:

Vegetables
Baby Spinach
Brussels sprout
Cucumber
Kale
Celery
Tomatoes
Carrots
Broccoli
Zucchini
Spaghetti Squash
Sweet Potato
Pumpkin
Avocado
Frozen peas

Fruit
Lemon
Banana (Tip: buy heaps of rip banana then chop them into small pieces, put them in a container and plastic bag in the freezer so they’re ready to make banana ice-cream or chuck into smoothies whenever you feel like it)
Frozen Berries or Fresh berries
Green Apples
Kiwi Fruit
Grapefruit
Pineapple

Fresh Herbs and Spices
turmeric root
ginger root
basil
coriander
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