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    • HOW TO STOCK A HEALTHY KITCHEN
      Building A lifestyle
      That Honors YOU
      Maureen Wielansky - Holistic Health Expert
      Transform Your Body…Transform Your Life!
    • STEPS TO A HEALTHY KITCHEN
      Extreme Pantry Makeover
      Stocking The Pantry
      Stocking The Fridge
      Stocking The Freezer
      Essential Tools for Healthy Cooking
    • EXTREME PANTRY MAKEOVER
      Get rid of unhealthy temptations & less than nutritious foods
      Be sure to get rid of all items that contain trans fats
      Throw out all processed foods and packaged baked goods
      Clean out all items made with enriched flour
    • STOCKING THE PANTRY
      HERBS AND SPICES:
      Himalayan salt
      Black Peppercorns
      Sesame Seeds
      Dried herbs; basil, oregano, Italian seasoning, rosemary, thyme, etc.
      Dried spices; cumin, curry, ginger, turmeric, red pepper flakes, paprika, chili powder, etc
      FRUITS AND VEGETABLES:
      Dried Fruits
      Water packed fruits
      Sun dried tomatoes, canned tomatoes, sauces and tomato paste
      Dried mushrooms
      Raisins
    • STILL STOCKING THE PANTRY
      CONDIMENTS, OILS, & OTHER INGREDIENTS
      Extra Virgin Olive Oil
      Extra Virgin Coconut Oil
      Vinegars; apple cider, balsamic, red wine, orange mango, champagne
      Cocunut milk
      Sea vegetables
      Salsa
      Olives
      One serving sized wine bottles
      Relish, Mustard
      Agave nectar, maple syrup and brown rice syrup
      Tahini
      Indian sauces for simmering
      Curry Paste
    • STOCKING THE PANTRY PART 3
      LEGUMES, NUTS AND WHOLE GRAINS:
      Dried Lentils, peas, and beans
      Whole grain pastas; rice, quinoa, whole wheat soba etc.
      Brown Rice
      Oats, milet, amaranth, etc
      Canned Beans
      Pistachios, raw almonds, raw walnuts, raw cashews, etc.
      Nut butters.
    • STOCKING THE PANTRY PART 4
      MISCELLANEOUS:
      Canned Sockeye Salmon
      Canned sardines, anchovies, etc.
      Whole grain crackers, rice chips, etc
      Whole wheat bread crumbs
      Dark Chocolate chips and bars
      60% cocoa powder, cacao nibs, cacoa powder, etc.
      Marinara Sauce
      Reduced sodium chicken & vegetable broths
      Green tea
      Whole grain pancake mix
      Unsweetened almond milk or rice milk
      Flaxseeds
    • STOCKING THE FRIDGE:
      Nut or rice milks
      Hard cheese
      Goat or feta cheese
      Roasted or rotisserie chicken
      Nitrate free lunch meat or poultry sausage
      Free range organic eggs
      Whole grain sandwich wraps
      Long lasting fruits and vegetables
      Pesto
      Horseradish
      Dijon mustard
      Soy Sauce
      Low Sugar jams
    • STOCKING THE FREEZER
      Shrimp
      Wild caught salmon
      Frozen fruits
      Chicken breasts
      Frozen vegetables
      Whole wheat sliced bread or pita
      Whole grain waffles
      Frozen fruit bars
      Homemade soups, sauces, casseroles, etc
    • ESSENTIAL TOOLS FOR HEALTHY COOKING
      Food processor makes chopping vegetables easy.
      Powerful blender such as Oster or Vitamix for making smoothies
      Vegetable juicer such as Champion for juicing vegetables and fruits
      Vegetable steamer to lightly steam vegetables
      Sharp knives to easily cut and chop
      Crock pot for easy and healthy meals at he end of a long day
      Popcorn maker for healthy, fiber-filled snacks such as Crazy Eights
      Glassware for freezing extra food for easy defrosting and reheating
      Waxed paper and wax paper bags for plastic free food storage and portability
      Chemical free cleaners from manufacturers like Method, Mrs. Meyers, etc.
      Sharpie and labels for recording dates on frozen foods, sauces, etc
    • ARE YOU READY?
      ARE YOUREADY TO TAKE THE FIRST STEP?
      GREAT, SCHEDULE YOUR KNOCK OUT BODY BREAKTHROUGH SESSION TODAY:
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      Remember…what do you have to lose except a few pounds!