Healthy Grocery List

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3 Steps to a Healthier You

Healthy living begins with healthy and well-prepared groceries. If you plan in advance what you want to buy using our health-conscious grocery list template, your diet should run successfully. So, let’s find out what should be on your healthy grocery list, so you’re prepared to keep healthy no matter what your week throws at you.

Step 1

Change Your Shopping Habits

Make a shopping list and stick to it to resist unhealthy impulse buys and buy only the product you actually need. This means you’ll be less likely to end up with products that you’ll never use, or worse, have to throw away.

Step 2

Go for Healthier Substitutes

Most of what makes up a healthy grocery list is substituting what you already have on your grocery list for a better alternative. One of the simplest changes to make is to switch your usual carbs for wholemeal or wholegrain alternatives. You should also stay away from red and processed meat and include more oily fish on the list.

Step 3

Enjoy Positive Impact on the Environment

Remember that sticking to a healthy grocery list will help you create less demand for meat and reduce your negative impact on the environment. After all, food waste is a large contributor to greenhouse gasses and climate change.


Want to know more?

Yes, but it will take a little more effort. If you’re on a budget, you might want to consider:
1. Buying fresh fruit and vegetables instead of frozen
2. Buying dried legumes instead of tinned
3. Making your own alternatives at home, such as almond milk

Fresh fruit and vegetables are always the healthiest options, right? Generally, the answer is yes. However, research shows that frozen fruit and veg lose little to none of their nutrients compared to their fresh counterparts. Giving fresh produce a very cold shoulder by going frozen will not make an indent on your health.

We realize that some low-fat substitutes don’t taste very good. If you really don’t like a low-fat alternative, then stick to your regular kind. Just make sure you’re making enough adjustments elsewhere on your healthy grocery list to offset the changes.

On a busy day, it’s tempting to succumb to the alure of quick-cooking instant meal solutions. However, these instant meals are often unhealthy and leave you hungry: even the ones branded as good for you. But, if you have easy to prepare healthy ingredients at home, you can have something humble but healthy instead like oatmeal, eggs, fried vegetables, hummus or fruit salad. Find more helathy snack ideas here

Stick to the Plan

Now that you know more or less what to expect, it’s time you created your own healthy grocery list. Feel free to use our template and add what you think should also be on the list, as well as take off anything that you wouldn’t otherwise buy. You can also check out other diets here.

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