Welcome to your first challenge, I am so happy you decided to join me, in living 2020 healthier. Quitting sugar is tuff, but together we can do it.

This is a small guide to what your grocery list should look like, you can use the link below as well to get clear on any confusion.  

A large variety of Vegetables: I buy mostly organic

Onion

Garlic

Cauliflower

Broccoli

Anything leafy green ( spinach, kale, swiss chard, bock joy, arugula…)

Lettuce

Mushrooms

Peppers

Carrots

Sweet potato

Cucumbers

Zucchini

……

Variety of Fruits; I buy organic as much as I can

Berries, always buy organic as these have the most pesticides 2019 Strawberries were number 1 in pesticides.

Apples

Pears,

Pomegranates

Oranges

Clementine’s

Bananas

No dried fruits in this challenge as they contain too much sugar

2 kinds of fats:

 such as grass-fed butter,

Organic Olive oil,

Avocado oil,

Ghee,

Walnut oil,

Coconut oil,

Nuts, seeds,:

Walnuts

Almonds

Pistachios

Pecans

Cashews

Pumpkin seeds

Sunflower seeds

Chia seeds

Hemp seeds

Protein sources such as grass-fed, hormone-free no antibiotic-free

chicken,

beef,

turkey

Wild-caught salmon

Cod

Mackerel

Free running, pasture-raised eggs

Unsweetened nut milk or

Grass-fed plain, whole milk dairy

Dr. Mark Hyman’s list of good fats and bad fats. I know he didn’t mention cheese in this but we can have cheeses as long as it is good quality cheese that has gone through an aging and fermentation process, such as camembert, brie….

This strictly is a guide, you don’t need to buy everything on the list but try to have a good variety these are just ideas.

Happy shopping!

Let me know if you have any questions!

-Andi-