What’s on a dietitian’s grocery list?

grocery list

Ever wonder what a dietitian buys when they go grocery shopping?* Today, Iā€™m going to share with you my must-have grocery list. There’s some variation here and there, but generally, this list consists of foods I eat on a regular basis. These foods are nutrient dense, delicious, versatile, affordable and accessible. The rule of thumb that I stick to and love sharing with my clients when it comes to grocery shopping is, buy most of your items from the outer parameters of the store (where the fresh, unprocessed foods can be found) and minimize buying items found in the inner aisles of the store (where most of the processed foods are). Treat your body with the nutrition it deserves. It will thank you for that!

  • Extra virgin olive oil
  • Organic, baby spinach
  • Brown rice
  • Farro rice
  • Bananas
  • Limes or lemons
  • Oranges, mandarin oranges or clementines
  • Green beans
  • Cherry tomatoes or roma tomatoes
  • Pure clover honey
  • Turkey breast slices
  • Sweet potatoes
  • Broccoli
  • Garlic or shallots
  • Onions
  • Ginger root
  • Lactose free nonfat milk
  • Nonfat Greek yogurt
  • Whole grain granola
  • Chicken breast
  • Ground turkey 93% lean / 7% fat
  • Salmon, cod or tilapia fillets (wild caught, when available)
  • Shrimp
  • No sodium added sparkling water
  • Vegetable stock or low sodium natural chicken stock

*Please keep in mind, this is my usual grocery list and this is not meant to represent every dietitian’s list šŸ™‚

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