Whenever you’re going grocery shopping, you should always have in mind a list of items that should never be missing from your home. We’re talking about basic foods and ingredients that are just too benefit for your organism to be ignored. Here they are:
Because they are rich choline and protein, eggs should also be present in your diet. Try to but organic eggs, either from a farm or eggs that are certified.
Red peppers are incredibly versatile, sweet and tasty and you can combine them with so many things. They are rich in vitamin C and potassium and very healthy.
Tomatoes are also rich in vitamin C and they also contain lycopene which adds a nice sweet taste to salads and sauces. They are also great for the skin.
Also great for the skin and very rich in magnesium, fiber, water, vitamin C and vitamin A, carrots should always be present in your diet.
Make sure you also never run out of cucumbers. They are great for salads and they are a nice soruce of potassium, vitamin C and water.
Onion is one of the basic ingredients for most recipes. It’s rich in fiber, water and sulfur and it’s good for the liver and for the skin.
Make sure you buy blueberries as often as you can because they are full of nutrients and rich in Vitamin C. they are also a great antioxidant and they make your skin glow.
In case you didn’t know, strawberries are the richest produce in vitamin C and they are also very refreshing and delicious.
Here we include grapefruit, lemons, oranges and all other citrus fruit you may find in stored. They are great because they are low in sugar and high in vitamin C and they a great source of antioxidants.
Nuts are also very important because they contain healthy fats, lots of fiber as well as magnesium, potassium, calcium, protein, zinc and Omega 3. Peanuts, however, are legumes and don’t fall in this category.
Seeds like help, flax and sesame are very rich in protein, fiber, omega fats and zinc and they are also low in sugar and starch. They are very nourishing to the skin, heart and brain.
Celery contains vitamin K which is crucial for flushing toxins from the bosy. They are also crunchy and rich in fiber and water and they make a great snack.
Avocado is tricky because not everyone likes the taste but the key is to only eat it in small amounts. It’s rich in potassium, protein and fatty acids and it also contains vitamin E. Use it in salads or at it raw.
Herbs and spices.
Everything would taste bland without aromatic herbs and spices. They are also very nutritious and rich in antioxidants. So make sure you have a nice array of spices in your home.
Dark chocolate is not only a very nice treat but it’s also a great source of iron and magnesium. Make sure you choose the one with 85% cocoa or higher.