bagged baby spinach lettuce fresh veggies strawberries green apples eggs whole wheat bread fiber one greek yogurt 2%pepperjack cheese pretzel sticks boca burgers/crumbles olive oil green tea
Fitness Minutes: (27,454)
1,546 3/25/10 12:48 P
oranges eggs cucumber tomatoes romaine lettuce red leaf lettuce bell peppers olive oil spray crumbled feta cheese whole wheat pasta veggie burgers sandwich thins mushrooms pita bread berries flavored almonds assorted sea food items couple of lean cuisines fat free yogurt cups canned low cal soups black beans veggie sausages veggie chicken nuggets canned fruit in light syrup
3/25/10 12:04 P
apples, oranges, seasonal fruit/veg, frozen broccoli florets, chicken cutlets, frozen raw shrimp, skim milk, oatmeal, dunkin donuts ground coffee, kashi cereal, walnuts/almonds, hummus, seltzer, herbs/spices, whole grain spaghetti, canned tomatoes, pudding mix, semi sweet chocolate chips, dried cranberries, 2% extra sharp cheddar cheese. i always have these in addition to other rotating items, so i can make a healthy meal/treat anytime. mmm im getting hungry!
Fitness Minutes: (40,927)
3/25/10 11:55 A
Microwavable brown rice Bananas Apples Carrots Fresh spinach Oatmeal Olive Oil Pam made with Olive Oil Greek yogurt Laughing Cow cheese Whole wheat mini-bagels Whole wheat bread Pineapple in pineapple juice fruit cups V8 Fusion juice 1% milk Fat-free creamer Coffee 100-calorie ice cream bars or sandwiches (like Klondike or Skinny Cow) Tea bags (for brewing tea at home) 2% sliced cheese
carrot sticks FF ranch dressing morningstar bbq riblets (its soy not meat, so good, and im not a vegetarian) reduced fat wheat thins laughing cow cheese wedges (to go w/ the wheat thins lol) 100 cal popcorn bags cocoa roased almonds fiber one yogurt or greek yogurt if thats on sale fiber one oats and raisins cereal skim milk green giant boxed frozen seasoned veggies (looove these!)
i want to also start buying more fresh fruits and veggies
Fitness Minutes: (9,062)
1,406 3/24/10 2:32 P
All fruit. We eat so much fruit in our house itís insane. We go through about 25 lbs of apples each month! Iím a fan of every fiber one item, the yogurt, bars, ect.
Fitness Minutes: (181,084)
15,165 3/24/10 2:25 P
by moving I assume you mean London , England? Not sure where you are to start with so can't suggest anything as to products for comparison, but you might join the British team here on SP for ideas (think there is a team here from London as well, not sure).
As to always on my must have list? Hummus and Carrots are the two must have's on my grocery list (though I am trying to get into the habit of making my own hummus - but not working out to well as yet).
I'm not a vegan or what have you, but some other items on my must have list are local berries that are on sale what ever they might be, if they are local and at a good price I get them. I also try and shop as much as possible at Farmers Markets (I know that london, england does have these as well, but depending on where you are in london to what and where they are found, since its such a large city).
Hey guys i really want to improve my eating habits & would much appreciate it if you'll can suggest what foods i should stock up on in my kitchen.. oh and im a pure vegetarian no eggs no fish either.. however i love dairy & have alot of yogurt & skim milk..
i'm moving to london next month any good brand products or foods by some specific companies that are healthy? like say fiber one yogurt only 50 cals.. anyway so lets all list our healthy weight loss grocery staples? feel free to post your own grocery lists here, should be interesting to learn from everyone.. thank you =) xxx
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