We take nutrition and meal prep seriously. You really are what you eat, so we prioritize consuming as much high quality, whole foods as possible. Of course, there are always exceptions to the rule, but 99% of the time, our nutrition and meal prep is clean, lean, and balanced. The goal is to eat foods that will fuel our workouts and recovery while also setting us up for a long and healthy life that avoids and mitigates disease.
Below is a list of everything we order from Whole Foods every week and a point or two about why. Stay tuned as we’re working on a series of new meals we make with everything. Please give us a follow on Instagram, TikTok, Twitter, and Facebook!
For more on our philosophy around nutrition and meal prep, check out this piece on our list of the 25 best foods for building muscle and our piece on how intuitive eating is harder than it sounds. Another good read is our 6 simple steps to starting a new diet that works for you.
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Our Whole Foods Grocery List
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Vegetables and Fruits
Asparagus: This antioxidant-rich vegetable tastes delicious when roasted in the oven with oil, salt, pepper, and turmeric.
Avocado: An excellent source of omega-3 fats, it’s great with eggs in the morning or on taco nights.
Spinach: Dense, nutrient-rich greens that we can’t get enough of.
Cauliflower: Another favorite veggie we love to bake in the oven with oil, salt, pepper, and turmeric.
Roasted Broccoli: A staple veggie in our meals.
Mushrooms: A healthful food we often work into our omelets or tacos.
Love Beets Organic Marinated Baby Beets: Beets are nutrient-dense. They help with blood pressure, circulation, and even athletic performance.
Real Pickles Garlic Kraut: High in probiotics to help with gut health and digestion.
365 Organic Eggs: Standard quality protein source, part of our daily meal.
Egg Whites: An essential component of our egg dishes without wasting yolks.
365 Extra Lean Organic Ground Chicken: Another standard protein source.
Apple Naturals Fajita Grilled Chicken Strips: A convenient option when we’re on the go.
Bilinski’s Chicken Sausage: Pair well with our red lentil pasta dishes.
Wild Planet Canned Wild Salmon: Excellent source of omega-3; we always choose wild-caught.
Wildwood High Protein Tofu: A go-to when we want to switch up our protein source.
Sweet Potatoes: Quality carbs that keep our blood glucose levels stable.
Old-Fashioned Oats: A classic quality carbohydrate.
Tolerant Organic Red Lentil Pasta: A healthier alternative to traditional pasta due to its high fiber content and minimal impact on blood glucose.
365 White Quinoa: Solid quality carbohydrate source with some protein.
Mikey’s Gluten and Grain-Free Wraps: A healthier choice than most tortillas out there.
Dairy and Alternatives
FAGE 0% Greek Yogurt: Rich in probiotics, helps maintain gut health. We choose 0% to keep the fat down.
Califia Unsweetened Almond Milk Creamer: For when coffee needs a little something, but we don’t want that something to be unhealthy.
Condiments, Sauces, and Snacks
Sir Kensington’s Avocado Oil Mayonnaise: A healthier alternative to regular mayonnaise due to its lower total calories and fat content.
365 Salsa Verde: A low-calorie way to add flavor to meals.
Tomato Sauce: Adds flavor to our tacos and pastas.
Natural Peanut Butter: Delicious and always natural—just peanuts and salt.
Gotham Greens Lemon Basil Dressing: Clean dressing for our salmon wraps and salads.
Angie’s Boomchickapop Popcorn: More of a treat/snack.
Lundberg Brown Rice Thins Stackers: Another small snack—perhaps not the best, but not harmful either.
Celestial Seasonings Sleepytime Tea: Part of our wind-down ritual.
Traditional Medicinals Organic Hibiscus Tea: Afternoon alternative to anything caffeinated.
Allergro Coffee: Well, coffee… enough said.
Zevia Energy Drink (120mg): A better alternative to traditional pre-workout supplements or energy drinks.
Stevia In The Raw: A healthier alternative to sucralose/Splenda.
Cinnamon: It’s great in oatmeal and coffee and helps control blood glucose levels.
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