12 Kitchen Must Haves for Clean Eating



When you stock up your fridge and pantry with nutritious whole foods, making clean meals will be really easy and time saving. It's all about preparation in advance and then staying committed.

The main key to keep a clean-kitchen is to keep your kitchen stocked up all the time with the right foods to help you reach your health  goals. Prior to heading out for grocery shopping, making a list of foods can be helpful in saving time and curb those cravings to pick a processed food.

Here is a list of 31 healthy foods that you'll use on the regular.

Leafy Greens:

Kale, baby spinach, Swiss chard-Pick these and add a handful to  your salad's, stir-fries, grain bowls, soups, and smoothies. 


Buy bunch of them and have them ready to go on top of your salads, soups, and grain bowls.


There's no better snack  than an apple, and can be added to your salads.


Jump start your day with a warm lemon water for weight loss and detoxification.

Frozen Berries:

They're great for smoothies and will be ready to go when you are.

Frozen Bananas:

Makes them perfect to be added to any smoothie.

Organic cultured unsalted butter:

Keep it to add to any dish for more flavor.

Organic Plain Yogurt:

It's delicious and packed with protein which makes it a perfect pre-workout snack.

Unsweetened Almond Milk:

It's perfect for your morning coffee, smoothies, or to be added to oatmeal.

Organic Eggs:

Have them anyway you like them, boiled, scrambled, or fried.

Frozen Wild Salmon Fillets:

It's a great to have them stored for q quick meal.

White Miso:

The salty taste adds a flavor for  marinate, sauces, dressings, and soups practically zero calories.

Dijon Mustard:

Here's another flavor booster to be added on to several dishes.


They're great for snacking.

Fresh Herbs:

Pick one or two that you really love and keep them to use regular.

Siracha Sauce:

To add hot flavor to soups, baked fries, or stir-fried vegetables.


A table-spoon adds great flavor to any dish.


Vinegar is a must to have all the time. vinegar adds flavor to salads, and asian dishes.

Whole Grains:

Grab a few varieties of whole grains, like quinoa, brown rice. Add them to grain bowls, salads, and soups.

Dried Lentils:

Lentils are amazing for your health. Source of protein and healthy carbs makes them wonderful food for energy and weight loss

Canned or Boxed Beans:

No salt added canned are packed with protein and good carbs, can added to soups, salads, and grain bowls.

Canned Fish:

Sardines, Tuna, or Salmon can be added to salads and Stir-fries.

Boxed Stock:

Chicken and Beef stock is quick way to make soups, and asian dishes.

Rolled Oats:

Oats are the cleanest of the clean when it comes to cereals, as they contain just one ingredient,  oats.

Natural Nut Butter:

Snack with apples or banana with any unsalted nut butter for good fats.

Raw Nuts:

Almond, walnuts, peanuts, and cashew are great snacks, and can be added to salads, grain bowls.

Canned Coconut-Milk:

It can be used for many indian and asian dishes.

Diced Tomatoes:

They can be added to many healthy meals like chili.

Whole Grain Flour or Almond Flour Basic Spices:

These are great for low carb baked foods.

Green Tea:

Green tea is great to detox your body.


Basically you'll beed two great oils to cook on high heat, pick ghee or coconut oil, use olive oil for dressings.

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