To begin getting your healthy shopping list on track, check out our list of 10 healthy and versatile foods you should add to your grocery list this week that will allow you to put together a number of healthy and satisfying meals, but won’t add too much stress, time, or inconvenience.
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We pulled this handy list from the Stock
Smart Grocery List for Healthier
Eating By Beth Sumrell Ehrensberger,
Handy tip: Build your stock around food
you can keep handy in the freezer, or
foods that can serve multiple purposes
(like those which function for breakfast,
lunch, and dinner). The grocery list
below contains many foods that don’t
spoil quickly, and are versatile. You can
supplement the list with more
perishable foods (hint: start with
produce), depending on your schedule.
Zero preparation, longer
refrigerator life, and
incredible versatility. Baby
carrots are an easy source of
beta carotene that you can
grab and stuff into a snack
bag to supplement a
microwave meal at lunch,
steam in the microwave for a
speedy side, or chop into a
quick dinner salad.
Use this list as a starting point,
and add or subtract as you see
best works for you. When filling
your cart at the store, always look
for the least processed version of
the food; in general, the closer it
is to the original whole food, the
better it is for you and the more
nutrients will still be intact.
Click here for the full list
developed by Beth Sumrell
thanks for reading!
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