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How To Shop for Healthy Foods at Your Local Grocery Store...A terribly difficult question for health newbies is “How do I
shop at the grocery store?” It’s quite a daunting task and very time-consuming to relearn everything you thought you
already knew about the grocery store. Here’s a breakdown of what you need to know.

Before we head into the grocery store we have to decide what are the healthiest options. Healthy, in this case, refers to
the general population and excludes specific dietary requirements for different illnesses, allergies, and intolerances
(meaning these practices are useful, but possibly more stringent guidelines may apply in these cases). As always, if you
have a health disorder or concern, consult your physician for specific dietary requirements.

Our healthy requirement questions are as follows:

Is the food whole or processed?
Is the food organic or non-organic?
Does the food contain any added sugars?
Does the food contain any added preservatives?
Does the food contain any added colors or dyes?
Does the food contain any altered fats?
Healthy Requirement #1
As a general rule of thumb, it is more health favorable to shop around the perimeter of the grocery store. Once you start
walking down the aisles in the center of the store, foods generally become more processed with additives and
preservatives (which means they are not “whole” foods). A whole food is one that was not altered and comes from the
earth. Examples would be a head of broccoli, a tomato, an apple, raw chicken meat, sunflower seeds, and peanuts.
Whole foods are the healthier choice.Healthy Requirement #2
If a food is whole, the next question you will ask will be “is this food organic?” You may wonder why it matters if a food
is organic or not, since there are many sources which say it does not make a difference. Organic foods have been
shown to contain more nutrients than their non-organic counterparts. This all depends on farming practices. In organic
farming, more nutrients such as magnesium and selenium are replaced back into the soil after a crop is harvested,
whereas commercial farming typically does not do this. The amount of nutrients replenished in the soil all depends upon
the farmer and what practices they choose to implement. All in all, organic foods are typically more nutrient dense. The
major downside to non-organic foods is that they are grown using pesticides, herbicides, fungicides, and chemical
fertilizers. There is a wide variety of these types of chemicals and a variance in how they can affect the human body.
They may affect the nervous system, disrupt the hormones or could be carcinogenic (cancer-causing). You can read
more about possible effects of pesticides on the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) website.

Healthy Requirement #3
For the next question we will assess processed foods, or foods that were put together in a factory. Sugar content can be
found in the “Nutrition Facts” table on the side or back of a product. Sugar has a very profound and detrimental effect on
health when consumed in large amounts. A study recently published in the Journal of American Medical Association
says that 71% of American adults get more than the recommended daily allowance of calories from sugar. The USDA
claims that on average each American consumes 156 pounds of sugar per year. That is 31 five-pound bags of sugar for
each of us. Consistent consumption of sugar raises blood sugar levels and can lead to diabetes, increase fat stores
around the body, and leads to heart disease. Excess sugar also helps speed up how fast we age and can contribute to
different cancers. My recommendation is to skip the added sugar altogether.ealthy Requirement #4
Preservatives or additives are added into processed foods to maintain freshness and extend self life. In different
countries there are different lists of ingredients that are allowed to be added into foods. Some of the additives are
reported as fine for human health, others are questionable. Since the list for the United States is about 3,000 long, we
will not go through it. However, I do urge you to look at the ingredient list and KNOW what is in the food you are eating. If
you research an ingredient and decide not to consume it, hopefully all the better for you. Make sure to read the FDA Food
Additives list for more information.

Healthy Requirement #5
Added colors and dyes are another questionable addition to the food supply, with many claiming different dye numbers
contribute to allergies, hyperactivity, migraines and cancer. A study at the University of Southampton concluded that 6
dyes were responsible for childhood hyperactivity and now require warning labels in the European Union. The United
States has whittled down their list of allowed colors to 7 from over 80.

Healthy Requirement #6
Lastly, does the food contain any altered fats? Altered fat means its chemical composition was changed. We call this a
trans fat. Trans fats have been shown to cause inflammation in the body. Inflammation is the beginning for all diseases.
It is safe to say that all health authorities agree that we should all be staying away from trans fat. It is now required to
label these fats in the Nutrition Facts table (unless it is under 0.5 grams per serving). You can also identify these in the
ingredients by the word “hydrogenated”.

It is easy to make healthy choices once you understand what may be detrimental to your health. Although possibly
overwhelming at first, it’s truly worth the effort in the end. Now that you are armed with these 6 healthy nutrition grocery
store rules, you can begin to load up your kitchen and pantry with the best options for you and your family. Be healthy!

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Remember, food is fuel. You need to eat the right food to fuel and energize your body throughout the day and through your
workouts. Think of your body like a high performance race car. Always use the highest octane fuel in order to get the best
results. This is a good analogy to use when thinking about what foods to put into your body. Always use nutrient dense
power foods to provide enough energy (octane) to really boost your performance so you can run at optimal levels.

Key factors to include in your high performance nutrition plan:

Eat a nutrient dense meal every 2-3 hours
Eat 5-6 smaller meals throughout the day
Learn how many calories your body needs per day
Include a lean protein source at each meal
Eat enough protein for your bodyweight (chart below)
Drink at least drink eight 8-ounce glasses of water per day
Make sure to eat a nutrient dense healthy breakfast
Eliminate processed sugars from your dietary plan
Your Training Goal        Daily Protein Needs
Bodybuilding        1.0 - 1.6g/lb bodyweight
Power & Speed        0.9 - 1.1g/LB bodyweight
Dieting        0.35 - 1.0g/LB bodyweight
Endurance        0.7 - 0.9g/LB bodyweight
Trauma Recovery        0.9 - 1.4g/LB bodyweight
Stressed        0.45 - 0.7g/LB bodyweight
Focus on nutrient dense foods which includes lean protein, whole grain carbs and the right kind of fats. You need food to
fuel your body and increase your metabolism. The less you eat, the lower your BMR gets and your body eventually goes into
a starvation mode where it holds onto fat as much as possible.

Remember to “eat breakfast like a king and dinner like a peasant”. Your breakfast should be large and each meal after this
becoming smaller and smaller. Your dinner should be much smaller than your breakfast. Your body is slowing down at
night and doesn’t need high calories to fuel it. Stick with a salad with lean meat (chicken, turkey) and steamed veggies. The
main focus should be eating clean nutritious food while eliminating all the empty calories from your nutritional plan.

Fill your diet with nutrient dense foods. Examples are:

Lean Protein Sources (chicken breast, turkey breast, fish, egg whites)
Healthy Starchy Carbohydrates (brown rice, sweet potatoes, oatmeal)
Lean Fibrous Veggies (broccoli, mushrooms, squash, zucchini)
Fiber Packed Fruit (apples, berries, oranges, grapes)
Healthy Fats (flaxseed oil, avocados, walnuts, olive oil)
Sample Daily Meal Plan:

8am:
1 chicken breast (6 ounce), 1 cup of steamed brown rice, 1 small salad with balsamic vinaigrette dressing
11am:
turkey sandwich with whole wheat bread (6 ounces of lean turkey breast, lettuce, tomato, mustard) (NO cheese or mayo).
2pm:
6 ounces of top round steak, 1 cup of broccoli, 1 cup of non-fat cottage cheese
5pm:
egg white omelet (6 egg whites, mushrooms), 2 pieces of whole wheat toast (NO butter)
8pm:
6 ounces of fish (salmon, catfish, trout, halibut, etc.), 2 cups steamed zucchini, 1 small salad with balsamic vinaigrette
dressing
We’re making shopping for healthy foods even easier. Now you can check off each nutrient dense food item by using our
healthy shopping list below. Don’t forget to bring it to your local grocery store to help you shop smart and live well!

Shopping for healthy foods, and healthy eating, go hand in hand. You are more likely to cook nutritious meals if you have all
the ingredients you need in your fridge or cupboard. Use these foods as the staples of a healthy diet that you should have
on hand at all times!

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LIST OF HEALTHY NUTRIENT DENSE FOODS

Beverages

Bottled Water or flavored.
Crystal Light
Diet Soda
Green Tea
Sugar Free Kool-Aid
Carbohydrates (including subclassifications)

Grains + Grain products

Alfalfa
Barley
Brown Rice
Corn
Cream of Wheat
Fiber One Cereal
Gluten Free Bread
Gluten Free Rice
Oat Bran Cereal
Oatmeal (Old Fashioned or Quick Oats)
Rolled Oats
Rye
Ryebread
Teff
Wheat and low sugar Wheat Cereals
Whole-grain Wheat Bread
Wild Rice
Legumes + Pulses

Beans (Black, Broad, Garbanzo, Green, Kidney, Haricot, Lima, Mung, Pinto, Runner, String)
Green Peas
Lentils
Peanuts
Soybeans
Miscellaneous

Cress
Kale
Pasta

Protein Enriched Pasta
Whole Wheat Pasta
Veggies

Asparagus
Artichoke Hearts
Avocado
Broccoli
Brussels sprouts
Cabbage
Carrots
Cauliflower
Celery
Collard greens
Cucumber
Eggplant
Fennel bulb
Garlic
Leeks
Lettuce. (Cos, Iceberg, Romaine)
Mushrooms, (Crimini, Shitake)
Mustard greens
Olives
Onions
Parsley
Red Potatoes
Rhubarb (stalks not leaves)
Sea vegetables
Spinach
Squash (Summer and Winter)
Swede
Sweet Potatoes (Yams)
Swiss chard
Turnip Greens
Zucchini
Condiments & Misc.

Balsamic Vinegar
Carb Options Marinades & Sauces
Chili Paste
Chili Powder
Cholula Hot Sauce
Extracts (vanilla, almond, etc)
Fat Free Mayonnaise
Low Sodium beef or chicken broth
Mrs. Dash
Mustard
Pam Cooking Spray
Reduced Sodium Soy Sauce
Reduced Sodium Teriyaki Sauce
Salsa
Steak Sauce
Sugar Free Maple Syrup
Walden Farms No-Calorie Dressings
Eggs and Dairy

Egg Whites or Eggs (Egg Beaters)
Low Fat cheese
Nonfat Cheese
Nonfat Cottage Cheese
Nonfat Milk (Carb Countdown)
Nonfat Plain Yogurt
Skimmed milk
Fish

Bass
Catfish
Cod
Flounder
Grouper
Haddock
Halibut
Kippers, (smoked)
Mackeral
Mahi-Mahi
Pilchards, (drained)
Salmon
Sardines, (drained)
Snapper
Tilapia
Trout
Tuna (water packed)
Fruits

Apples
Bananas
Bell peppers
Blueberries
Cantaloupe
Grapefruit
Grapes
Gooseberry
Kiwifruit
Lemons
Limes
Melon
Nectarines
Oranges
Papaya
Peaches
Pears
Pineapple
Pink Grapefruit
Pink Guava
Plums
Pomegranate
Raspberries
Strawberries
Tomato, fresh
Watermelon
Healthy Fats

Canola Oil
Coconut Oil
Flaxseed and Flaxseed Oil
Fish Oil
Hemp Oil
Natural Style Peanut Butter
Nuts (Almonds, Brazils, Cashews, Chestnuts, Coconuts, Hazelnuts)
Olive Oil or Safflower Oil
Omega Fatty Acids
Peanut Oil
Sunflower Oil
Sunseed
Meat And Poultry

Chicken Breast (Boneless, Skinless)
Extra Lean Ground Beef
London Broil
Pork Loin
Top Round
Top Sirloin
Turkey Breast (Boneless, Skinless)
Turkey Ham
Natural Sweeteners

Blackstrap Molasses
Cane Juice
Honey
Maple Syrup
Spices and Herbs

Basil
Black pepper
Cayenne pepper
Chili Pepper, Red, dried
Cinnamon, ground
Coriander seeds
Cumin seeds
Dill weed, dried
Ginger
Mustard seeds
Nutmeg
Oregano
Peppermint leaves, fresh
Rosemary
Sage
Thyme, ground
Turmeric, ground
Snacks

Beef Jerky (low sugar)
GeniSoy Soy Crisps
Healthy Choice Popcorn
Protein Bars (low sugar – 10 grams max)
Sugar Free Jello
Extras

Whey Protein Powder
Macronutrient Rich Foods

Beans
Brown Rice
Lean Oily Fish
Low Fat Cheese
Protein enriched Pasta
Peanuts
Soybeans
Wild Rice