Get Gabby Fit Camp: Grocery List for Week 1
Each week I go to the store 2-3 times. I plan out and shop for my main meals but then re-stock the fresh items like fruits, vegetables and meats when I run low. I suggest getting used to eating foods that are fresh and not canned or boxed to ensure you get vital nutrients your body needs. Fresh foods contain these nutrients unlike processed and boxed lifeless foods.
After going over all the ingredients in the meals I put together for the next three days it became apparent that the majority of these foods should be your staples. Meaning you should always have these on your weekly list as there are so many combination’s of recipes you can put together. Plus they are healthy, high in protein, good fat, and carbs, and have quality minerals and vitamins.
Eggs (Brown, Cage Free)
Avocados (medium ripe)
Fresh fruit (strawberries, blue berries, pears, grapes, nectarines, peaches oranges, bananas – what ever is in season)
Smoothie ingredients (your choices)
Sliced turkey deli meat (low sodium – organic)
Sliced cheese (Havarti)
Goat Cheese, Feta cheese
Protein powder (JayRobb is currently what I like)
Skim Organic Milk
Turkey Patties, or Veggie Patties
Chicken, Ground Turkey, Tofu, or fish
Salad fillings of your choice (cucumber, cranberries, almond slices, sunflower seeds, chicken, etc.)
Black Beans (or your favorite)
Almond Butter or a natural peanut butter
Broccoli, Carrots, Zucchini, Squash, Cucumber
*Quantity of items depends on how many people you will be feeding!
Pro beach volleyball player, model, mom, and entrepreneur Gabby Reece does it all -- and is one of the most recognizable fitness faces in the world, as she's graced the covers of magazines such as Vogue, Elle, Shape, and Sports Illustrated for Women. She is the creator and host of The HoneyLine, a website and magazine-style broadcast that delivers realistic answers to women's questions concerning style, health and fitness, relationship challenges in the home, food, and the environment.
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