Would you like a smart (smooth and easy) food shopping experience?
Would you like this experience to be great every week without the “Oh, I keep on forgetting this. I keep on forgetting that.”?
I’m Kirstin Nussgruber from http://www.kirstinscancercare.com
What I love to do, apart from telling you what you’re supposed to eat, what you’re supposed to limit and what you’re supposed to avoid, is to also show you how you can make it happen.
Shopping habits are a huge part of eating right!
Some of us hate going to the food store and rather would do everything online while others will say: “I actually like to go out. I like to browse around and see what specials they have or maybe see what they have in the stores, which will help me make a decision.”
Nevertheless, it still needs to be an experience that doesn’t become a dreaded task that we still need to do. A great tool that we often overlook is the food shopping list.
The shopping list that I introduce my clients to broadens your perspectives – extends your horizons on what is possible. I check from what staples you should have in your house to what are all the possibilities of making food taste really, and I mean really, good.
A really good shopping list starts by understanding what you are supposed to have in your kitchen; not just what you need to buy.
Ask questions: How would you make your food taste good? How would you ensure that you would have certain basics available to you all the time so you could whip up something quick, fast food style at the drop of a hat?
Here is the Smart Shopping List that I use (You will find this in the downloadable smart shopping tips that accompanies this video). This is an educational tool. There are different options, different choices. Learn what you need to have on hand to make food turn from bland to bam! – what you would buy to have an amalgamation of tastes and textures to really be able to enjoy food again.
When we are on a targeted therapeutic diet, for example a conquering cancer diet, sometimes our selection can be a little bit restricted, so we need to know, for example, what types of proteins are there that we can select from.
What are the healthy fats we should be focusing on? Perhaps, you didn’t realize that avocado or even some of the seeds fell into that category. What are the different nuts and seeds that are available out there besides almonds for example. And by the way, if I don’t find them in the store in the bulk section, I buy them online.
I’ll let you in on the ways I construct my Smart Shopping List.
If you are like me, you are always asking: “What do I whip up today?” This is a principle I developed, so I want to ensure I have a variety of ingredients at home. Besides the fresh produce, what do I have in my freezer chest in my garage? What do I have in dry, non-perishable ingredients, on the spice racks, in the spice cabinets? What do I always have in stock so when they go low, I make sure I stock up on them before I run out?
Get this download – the smart shopper’s tips are there for you. It’s more than just a standard food shopping list. I call it a Smart Shopping List. It’s an education tool – a gift from me to you.
This Smart Shopping List is going to up-level your knowledge and your ability to embrace healthy, easy and affordable cooking.
Kirstin Nussgruber CNC, EMB
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