Are you looking for a healthier lifestyle? You should start from the products you store in your fridge. So what should we never miss from the shopping list?
Lemons Drinking a glass of warm lemon water when you get up in the morning will make huge differences to your body. It will boost your immune system, balance PH, help with weight loss, aids digestion and clear skin, among other benefits. Lemons are also low in calories and carbs so squeeze some everywhere: salads, seafood and meat. Put them in the middle shelves of the fridge, in the crisper.
Eggs are very important for everyone’s diet. Numerous vitamins, including vitamin A, potassium and many B vitamins like folic acid, choline and biotin, are also packed into this oval-shaped staple. This super health food can be prepared in many interesting ways: they can be an ingredient in many recipes or they can work with some vegetables like a delicious omelette. Store them in the lower shelves of the fridge.
0% fat greek yogurt Unsweetened greek yogurt can become easily the perfect healthy snack or a delicious dressing for salads. It contains 0 g of saturated fat and cholesterol. Mix it with fruits to get a tasty dessert, with cereals and honey for a sweet breakfast. Put the dairy in the lower shelves of the fridge.
Strawberries If you’re not already a fan of strawberries, you should be, they are a perfect snack, full of nutritive benefits and low in calories and carbs. Put them in the crisper of the fridge together with other fruit or vegetables.
Vegetables Try to always choose green among the other colours, but also try to alternate your selection so you don’t get bored, for example some crunchy carrots with Greek yogurt and lemon can make a perfect summer snack.
Olives Olives have a high nutritional value that helps maintain a healthy and balanced diet. You can enjoy olives as an aperitif, on salads or as an ingredient in many dishes.
100% Peanut butter is packed with nutrition: vitamin E, magnesium, potassium, and vitamin B6 and don’t worry for the fat, it’s got the “good fat”.
Don’t forget to store them in the proper way in the fridge!