So you want to eat healthier, do you?
Then why do you end up munching on chips or cereal most of the time?
Because, well, it’s easy.
Enough of that! It’s time to make healthy food just as easy.
If you’re trying to eat healthier, the first thing you have to do is stock your kitchen with the right ingredients.
That way you hardly have to think about making good choices.
(While you’re at it, you should detox your kitchen and throw out everything that is bad for you, but we’ll save that topic for another day. For now, let’s focus on the good…)
When you have the right ingredients at home you’re much more likely to eat healthy food.
After all, you’re not going to get up and go to the store to buy celery every time your belly rumbles, right?
Of course not!
You’ve gotta make that celery the easiest thing to grab, otherwise you’ll head straight for the ice-cream in the freezer.
Pretty simple concept, right?
And yet most of us don’t keep enough healthy food on hand.
Click and watch the video to learn the 10 most health-promoting, delicious, and easy-to-use ingredients you can get.
Make sure your kitchen has all of them and you’ll be on your way to better eating habits in no time!
(And be sure check out the bonus recipe and shopping list after the video!)
Want some more solid inspiration? Click here to check out an awesome video my husband made that will teach you a super quick and easy recipe for southern style collard greens.
And if you’re itching learn about choosing the best olive oil, check out this article.
Finally, Click here to get a free copy of the Healthy Staples Shopping List.
In it you’ll find all of these ingredients, plus space to add more to your list from the comments section below.
Check your kitchen before you head out to the grocery store next time, check off what you already have on your Healthy Staples Shopping List, and make sure to stock up on whatever’s missing!
Of course having these ingredients doesn’t do any good if you don’t use them. So now I’d like to hear from you:
Do you have a quick and easy recipe for any of these ingredients? What ingredients would you add to the list and how do you use them in your life?
Leave a comment below to help others to eat healthier!
I’d love to see what you have to say, and I personally read and respond to every single comment.
‘Til next time,