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Finding the balance of physical and mental health through adventures and fitness

This page is dedicated to my typical grocery list rotation. While the Flexible Dieting At Its Finest page links to brands I fit into my daily consumption and my top choices of protein bars, this page is a literal list of what I eat regularly.

Vegetables

  1. Broccoli
  2. Asparagus
  3. Brussels sprouts
  4. Sweet potato
  5. Red potato
  6. Romaine lettuce mix (bagged salad)
  7. Onions
  8. Bell pepper
  9. Mushrooms
  10. Zucchini
  11. Butternut squash
  12. Yellow squash
  13. Eggplant
  14. Tomatoes
  15. Green beans

Fruits

  1. Strawberries
  2. Blueberries
  3. Bananas
  4. Blackberries
  5. Apples

Dairy

  1. Plain Greek yogurt
  2. Light & Fit yogurt
  3. Shredded Mexican blend cheese (usually store brand)
  4. Fat free cream cheese
  5. Fat free whipped cream
  6. Sargento sliced cheese
  7. Halo Top
  8. Talenti Gelato
  9. Forte Gelato
  10. Cedar’s Tzatziki Sauce

Deli

  1. Sara Lee buffalo chicken breast
  2. Sara Lee turkey breast
  3. Hillshire Farms turkey breast

Breads and Grains

  1. Joseph’s flax and oat pitas
  2. English muffins
  3. Sandwich thins
  4. Plain rolled oats
  5. Goldfish Grahams
  6. Mini bagels
  7. Pepperidge Farm Cinnamon Raisin bread

Meats

  1. 94/6 or 93/7 ground turkey
  2. Bacon (meat counter)
  3. Steak tips (meat counter)
  4. 99% lean chicken breast
  5. 90/10 ground beef
  6. Chicken Sausage – Al Fresco or whatever is on sale

Snacks

  1. Oreos: cinnamon bun and birthday cake!
  2. Poptarts: s’mores
  3. Entemann’s mini muffins: blueberry and chocolate chip
  4. Keebler cookies (those little elves are adorable)
  5. BearNaked Granola
  6. Pepperidge Farm cookies

Staples: Condiments

  1. Peanut Butter and Company Peanut Butter
  2. Walden Farms Pancake Syrup
  3. French’s Honey Mustard
  4. Bolthouse dressing
  5. Sriracha mayo
  6. Wholly Guacamole
  7. Sugar Free Smuckers Jam/Marmalade
  8. Fresh salsa
  9. Trader Joe’s crunchy peanut butter
  10. D’s Naturals nut spread
  11. Fluff
  12. Classico Pasta/Marinara

Staples: Canned Goods

  1. Diced green chiles
  2. Goya black beans
  3. Fire roasted tomatoes: store brand
  4. Tuna
  5. Progresso Soup

Baking Needs: Spices and Extracts

  1. Coco Powder
  2. Cacao Nibs
  3. Splenda
  4. Cinnamon
  5. Nutmeg
  6. Ginger
  7. Cloves
  8. Pumpkin Pie Spice Blend
  9. Vanilla Extract
  10. Almond Extract
  11. Mint Extract
  12. Coconut Extract
  13. McCormick Spice Blends
  14. Grill Master Spice Blends
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6 Comment(s)

  1. Whitney

    September 9, 2016 at 8:09 am

    Thanks for creating a page about food and the benefits. I was wonder if you had one for some of the supplements that you may or may not take. What you like about them? Why? And how your body has responded to it (if any)?



  2. Kim

    October 27, 2016 at 2:21 pm

    I love hearing your opinion on different foods. I was wondering if you have a list of your favorite protein bars? Thanks!



  3. Katy

    February 13, 2017 at 10:02 pm

    I have noticed in your Instagram stories that you seem to buy a lot of prepared vegetables. No judgement, but I am wondering why you opt for prepared vegetables over a raw head of broccoli, etc. I am trying to remove myself from the convenience of prepared foods, vegetables that are cut and gassed with preservatives seems to be an easy ‘no thanks’, while I am having a harder time with yogurts/ice creams/prepared meats. Weird how we are all wired different. Just wondering why you choose the products that you do.



    • runsweateatrepeat

      February 13, 2017 at 10:05 pm

      They’re not prepared, they’re frozen. If you read the ingredients on a bag of frozen broccoli you will see it says broccoli as the only ingredient. I do buy a lot of fresh, but with the weather lately we haven’t been to the whole sale club so cost is a factor. I tried a steam fresh bag today’s buffalo cauliflower because it sounded interesting, but that’s not normal.



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