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Foods you should find in your Fridge & Pantry

 

 

 

Open your fridge door and take a good look at what foods you have in there. Do the same with your pantry. Everyone’s will be slightly different, but it gives a great indication of what foods you consume most of on a daily basis and how many temptations you have lying around. When I open my fridge it is jam packed with food. The fridge is so full food almost falls out! These foods consist mostly of beautiful fresh fruits and vegetables along with a small amount of condiments such as vegemite, peanut butter and a few sauces.

 

What does your fridge & pantry look like?

 

 

Here are a few tips of what to have in the house to ensure you are eating a variety of healthy fresh foods rather than highly processed foods which contain less nutrients.

 

 

 

 

Foods you should have in the fridge:

 

– Fresh Fruit – strawberries, watermelon, pineapple, kiwi fruit, rockmelon, pear, apples, oranges, lemon, limes

– Fresh Vegetables – Carrot, green beans, snow peas, broccoli, pumpkin, sweet potato, capsicum, zucchini, potato, watercress, beetroot and asparagus.

– Yoghurt – preferably one with a high probiotic activity such as jalna, vaalia or natural greek yogurt.

– Eggs

– Fresh fish fillets

– Fresh meat – steak, chicken breast, lamb or pork

– Olive spread

– Olives

– Soy milk, rice milk, oat milk or goats milk

– Chick peas and kidney beans

 

 

Foods you should have in the pantry:

 

– Rice crackers

– Rice cakes

– Tinned tuna & salmon

– Basmati & brown rice

– Wholegrain bread – the more grains the better!

– Rye bread

– Wholemeal pasta, spelt past & rice noodles

– Baked beans

– Wholemeal or wholegrain wraps

– Small amount of sauces and flavours – these should be used occasionally in cooking preparations and not regularly.

– Olive oil

– A good quality multivitamin supplement – as Leisa for a practitioner product of the highest quality.

– Protein powder

– Almond meal or hazelnut meal

– Red wine

– Quinoa

– Muesli or oats

– LSA mix

– Almonds, brazil nuts, pumpkin seeds, sesame seeds, sunflower seeds and walnuts

 


Leisa Skerman is a Brisbane Naturopath who enjoys sharing her knowledge and passion for naturopathy with her readers and clients. If you enjoyed this post, please leave a comment, or share it with your friends on your favourite social media using the buttons above.