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14 Healthiest Foods For Your Printable Grocery List Now!

gro list Many times, when my kitchen is empty, I am so unmotivated as to what in the world to buy at the grocery store. It helps me to make a list before shopping, otherwise I tend to grab junkie foods that look appealing! Check out the list above for a basic healthy starter list. Right click, save-as and print it out. Add other grocery items as needed 🙂  Also, go here for more ideas to add to your grocery list!

Read more about the items on my list and why they make good choices for your cupboards:

hummus – chickpea spread, protein-rich, high in iron & vitamin C

salsa – buy fresh from refrigerated section, low in calories

eggs  (to boil at home) – contain a protein that stimulates the release of hormone glucagon that aids in fat burnings

raw almonds & almond butter – rich in vitamin E, magnesium & vitamin B2

chia seeds – absorbs sugar in your body like a sponge, stabilizes blood-sugar levels, use in bowl with unsweetened chocolate almond milk

quinoa – gluten-free grain, use like rice or cereal

sprouted grain bread – when grains are sprouted, your body absorbs nutrients better

yogurt – filled with probiotics, which is a bacteria that may reduce the amount of fat your body absorbs, choose Greek style

fresh fruit (to chop at home or already chopped) – choices are limitless, choose what’s in season and what you like best… grapes, apples, pineapple, banana, cherries, kiwi, plums, etc.

fresh raw vegetables (to chop at home or already chopped) – broccoli, mushrooms, celery, radishes, cherry tomatoes, spring onion, cauliflower, carrots, cucumber, etc.

baked chips – better choice than fried

dried apricots, apple rings, banana chips – healthier than dried cranberries/raisins because they contain less sugar

pureed vegetable soups – filling and satisfying

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