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what’s in a nutritionist's kitchen?

Have you ever wondered what’s on nutritionist’s grocery list? We asked our in-house nutritionist Jess and she shared the items she always keeps in her kitchen.

A nutritionist’s kitchen typically includes:

Jess suggests stocking up on items like grains, nuts, herbs and oils and making quick trips throughout the week as needed for fresh produce.

a nutritionist's grocery list
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stock up on good foods

Jess shops once a week for her main pantry items like grains (get whole grains!), nuts, herbs or oils then makes quick trips for fresh produce as necessary. Doing the majority of your grocery shopping once a week is not only more efficient but it will also help you establish a healthy shopping and eating routine.

- Grains: quinoa, amaranth, organic and gluten-free rolled oats
- Raw nuts and seeds: _almonds, walnuts, Brazil nuts, sunflower and chia seeds (Psst.. stock up on graze nuts here!)
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- Greens: _kale, spinach, zucchini, broccoli, sprouts, avocado
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- Herbs:
mint, parsley, coriander, rosemary and basil
- Spices: _cinnamon, cumin, paprika, turmeric, chili flakes, garlic, ginger
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- Fruits: _lemon, berries, green apples
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- Oils:
coconut and extra virgin olive oil
_- Other: _raw honey, apple cider vinegar, unsweetened almond milk and a jar of natural almond butter

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