21 Foods To Keep At Home If You're Trying To Eat Clean

I say it over and over: preparation is the key to health living. Pick a day of the week and dedicate a few hours to stocking up your fridge and pantry. Actually, mark the task in your calendar if it will help. This is a very important part of your healthy living routine. You don’t need excessive amounts of food, either. Only buy what you'll need for the upcoming week. It's amazing how many meals you can make from a few simple ingredients. Here's what you'll usually find in my kitchen. 

Carrots

Almond Milk

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Goji Berries

Cacao

Blueberries

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Apple Cider Vinegar

Coconut Oil

Organic Nut Butters

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Dates

Apples

Herbal Tea

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Organic Greek Yogurt

Turmeric

Kale

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Lemons

Olive Oil

Fermented Veggies

Nuts

Raw Honey

Parsley

Quinoa

Jessica Sepel

Jessica Sepel is a qualified Sydney nutritionist, author, health blogger, and wellness coach. You may recognize her from her beautiful recipes—she is the beloved voice of very active Facebook and Instagram profiles featuring daily food inspiration and health mantras. As a regular contributor to Vogue Australia, mindbodygreen, and a variety of international publications, Jess continues to expand the JSHealth brand to savvy women who want to prioritize wellness in their busy lives. Her second eBook, The Clean Life, was massively successful worldwide, and Pan Macmillan Australia is publishing The Healthy Life later this year as a culmination of the wisdom Jess has gained through healthy living. For more easy and delicious recipes, check out the JSHealth Program: an eight-week plan to help you quit diets forever, find a balanced weight, and live a healthy life. For more information, visit www.jessicasepel.com.
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