You might think it is no big deal, but a planned grocery list helps you stick to your eating plan. If your fridge is always stocked with the right food, your diet is safe.
Grocery lists can be divided into two categories: long-lasting and short-lasting. Products like rice, nuts, and beans have a longer shelf life. While fresh produce, dairy, and fresh meat should be consumed much more quickly.
Products to stock up are whole grains, crispbread crackers, and nuts: quinoa, buckwheat, brown rice, brown rice crackers or whole grain sourdough bread, raw pumpkin seeds, walnut or almond, flax seeds, coconut meat, hazelnuts, and green lentils.
Products to stock up on regularly: packs of fresh greens (fresh salad mix, spinach, arugula - the darker the color of greens is the better), vegetables (bell peppers, tomatoes, cucumbers, radish, daikon, pumpkin, carrots, parsnip, topinambur, celery root, frozen or snap peas, ginger, lemons, broccoli, brussels sprouts, cauliflower, avocado, beetroot, asparagus, squash and zucchini, all seasonal produce), mushrooms, grapefruit, low sugar seasonal fruits, kiwi, berries, herbs (leek, garlic, basil, cilantro, dill, tarragon, dock leaves).
Protein: salmon, white fish, prawn, clams, seafood, no smoked mackerel, only frozen or salted, tofu, soused herring sardines or canned in extra virgin olive oil, all types of caviar with no refined oils, co-products (cod liver), duck, prime quality veal meat, tinned tuna in brine and eggs.
There are a lot of myths about frozen foods being bad for your health, frozen seafood, vegetables, and berries don’t fall into that category. Frozen vegetables and berries can be even healthier for you than fresh ones as they are usually picked and frozen at the peak of their freshness. Frozen vegetables are perfect for soups, casseroles, and stews.
Some alternative options you can easily implement in your healthy diet: seafood – baked halloumi with garlic and rosemary or eggs; stewed lentils – goat cheese, chickpea, steamed clams with tomatoes, garlic, and olives; nuts – sunflower seeds, coconut, olives, tahini, avocado, eggs, unrefined oil; chocolate with nuts – cocoa and coconut milk; flaxseed porridge – toasted sourdough bread with avocado; lightly salted salmon – herring, caviar, goat cheese, beans, tofu, tempeh; meat – fish, seafood, poultry, organic dairy products, eggs; quinoa – buckwheat; chocolate – marmalade, coconut yogurt, chia pudding, homemade whole wheat cookies, peanut butter; eggs – Jamon; hummus – dorado, tuna, cod liver, squid, lentil pate, curry, clams; сod liver – caviar, nuts, seeds; bread – rice; juice – smoothie.
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