3 Tips For Healthy Grocery Shopping (July 2020) – Dr. Sebi's Cell Food - Dr. Sebi's Cell Food

3 Tips For Healthy Grocery Shopping (July 2020) – Dr. Sebi's Cell Food

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Healthy Eating Made Easy!

There's a lot of talk about healthy living and how to do it the right way. But the first step for success is knowing how to grocery shop. Navigating the grocery store can be a daunting experience, especially if you are trying to change your lifestyle and go fully alkaline-electric! Temptations lurk in every corner, and even things that look harmless can be deceiving. Here are 3 tips for healthy grocery shopping made easy:

Make a Plan. The first step in every journey is having a well-crafted, thought-out plan. As the saying goes, "fail to plan or plan to fail!". So, how do you do that? Plan your weekly meals based on Dr. Sebi's Nutritional Guide, and write down everything you're going to need to cook those meals. Now that you have your shopping list, the next step is to organize that list by aisles on the grocery store, or even by location if you have to go to different stores. Don't be frustrated with this step - the more thought you put into this, the easier everything else will be. Need some meal ideas? What about Dr. Sebi's Triple Berry Smoothie for breakfast, a Blueberry Wild Arugula Salad for lunch, and some Chickpea Nuggets for dinner?

Never Shop When You're Hungry. Have a piece of fruit or some other small snack to avoid hunger fits while you shop. Shopping while you're hungry can make you impulse buy, leading to spending extra money on momentary cravings, like junk food or processed food. No one needs those. Dr. Sebi's No Craving Smoothie will keep your head on the game and your hunger at bay.

Learn How To Read Nutrition Labels. Here at Dr. Sebi's Cell Food, we're advocates for fresh, natural fruits and vegetables. However, we are aware that sometimes you'll be needing a variety of minimally processed items to complement your whole food intake, such as pasta (for Journal like Dr. Sebi's Red Pepper Pasta) crackers or bread (made from approved grains), nut "milk", oil, etc. Some brands can be deceitful, so it is important to know how to read nutrition labels to ensure you're getting exactly what you're looking for. Read the labels carefully to ensure they only have 1 or 2 ingredients, no funky additives or sugar, wheat, or other processed stuff.

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