Sunday, June 1, 2014

My Grocery List For Fat Loss!

So I get asked all the time what sorts of foods I eat to have lost so much weight. I decided it was time I posted a HUGE list of everything I have bought so that you all can pick through it and decide if these work for you! These foods are all able to be bought in person, and none require special ordering online. I have not listed certain products that require online ordering.

Fats: (though some of these are also protein)
Extra Light Flavor Olive Oil (you can do regular too, I just like the lighter flavor)
Avocados
Almonds
Cashews
Provolone Cheese
Swiss Cheese
Cheese sticks
Mozzarella Cheese (I really like cheese, ok?)
Butter (Sounds too good to be true right? Trust me!)
Heavy Whipping Cream

Protein: (Natural meats and my FAVORITE protein powders included)
Ground turkey
Chicken thighs
Chicken Breasts
Steaks!
Pork Chops
Cottage Cheese (dont worry about the fat percentage, you NEED fats to survive.)
Canned Tuna
Salmon Fillets Frozen or Fresh
Tilapia Fillets Frozen or Fresh
Natures Purest ZERO Carb Isopure protein powder (GNC) in banana creme, mint chocolate, etc
QUEST Bars, Cookie dough flavor and cookies and cream flavor (Quest.com or GNC or Commissary)
Pure Protein ready to drink cans, banana creme flavor (Possibly GNC, I bought at the commissary)
Adkins dark chocolate Royale protein shakes, ready to drink
EAS Carb Smart Ready to Drink shakes (there is also a 100 calorie sugar free version)
Beef Jerky (Doesn't this rock?)
Imitation crab meat, flaky style
Morning Star Veggie Patties - Grillers original flavor
PB2 (If you're unsure what this is, google it. it's peanut butter, but pressed into powder form. amazing)
Eggs
Egg whites in the carton


Carbs: (only 20% of my entire daily calorie intake is carbs, so I may eat 1 or 2 of these a day.)
Mission Whole Grain tortillas (the ones that say 3 grams net carbs)
Plain instant oatmeal (it gets flavored later, no worries)
Brown Rice (which I'll be honest, I dont eat often.)
Cream of Wheat (the plain kind, not the chocolate kind haha)
Honey
Black Beans (also a protein, lots of foods provide dual nutrients like that)

Carbs come from veggies too, so load up on ANY AND ALL veggies you want. I eat a ton of Cauliflower, Broccoli, and even certain canned stuff like Rotel (chili's and tomatoes all diced up in a can).

Misc stuff that is hard to categorize:
Almond milk - UNSWEETENED vanilla flavor
Seasonings and Flavor Extracts (But choose ones without added sugars, those carbs will haunt you!)
Buffalo Sauce (choose a carb-free sauce, you are already getting carbs elsewhere)
Stevia packets (the sweetener that helps with those plain oatmeal packets)
Food Scale (like $20, and trust me, its way easier than guessing! Accuracy is key right?)

I'm sure I'm forgetting lots of things that I have used in this process successfully, but this is a start. Remember, this is not a one-time shopping list, this is foods I have bought and used over the last YEAR that I can recommend when youre unsure where to start. Keep an eye out for the coming blog on how to USE these foods to shed your pounds. :) Happy shopping my friends!!




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