• Refrigerator items:
    • Spice world peeled garlic (RD tip: I actually keep this frozen and take out a few cloves as needed; it saves a ton of prep time!)
    • Seaweed salad (packed with tons of nutrients; already flavored with sesame oil and a drop of sugar so use 1 tbsp in lieu of dressing)
    • Unsweetened almond milk (RD tip: find one without carragenan, an ingredient that is a gastric irritant)
    • Spectrum Essentials: decadent blend of chia, flax, cacao and coconut (great on top of plain greek or coconut yogurt)
    • Suja Essentials: green juice (tastes just like you got a fresh pressed juice; has about half the calories of fruit juice; note: dilute 4-8oz with water as to not overdo the natural sugar)
    • Trader Joe's almond milk mozzarella cheese
  • Pantry Items:
    • The Good Bean roasted chickpeas
    • Mary's Gone Crackers crackers  
    • Stretch Island Fruit Company fruit strips
    • Bare apple chips
    • Buckwheat soba noodles
    • Tru Roots sprouted grain and quinoa mixture
    • Paesana tomato sauce
    • Victoria marsala sauce
    • Eden Foods BPA free(RD tip: store beans (great to keep on hand to throw into a pan with garlic and a veggie for a delicious dinner)
    • Almond butter (RD tip: store upside down in your pantry before opening to help the oil distribute easier throughout)
    • Swanson fermented grass blend (a powdered blend of fermented greens like wheat grass and barley grass; packed with nutrients and great for detoxification)
    • Farmer's Market BPA free organic pumpkin (RD tip: great with 1 tbsp of nuts, cinnamon,nutmeg and chocolate chips as a dessert or use with plain yogurt to make a parfait)
    • Seaweed snacks (packed full of nutrients with a salty crunch and only 30 calories per serving; RD tip: use to create your own sushi with chunk light tuna or canned salmon and brown rice)
  • Frozen:
    • Berries (RD tip: Wholesale stores like Costco and BJ's are usually the cheapest especially for organic berries)
    • Costco's organic chicken meatballs
    • Trader Joe's Superfood Pilaf (blend of quinoa, butternut squash and kale already seasoned; add your own extra veggies to stretch it out)
    • Trader Joe's grilled vegetables (they have an assortment of grilled cauliflower, zucchini and more; perfect for adding to a whole grain pasta salad, placing on ezikiel bread as a quick and delicious hot lunch or on its own as a side dish)
    • Trader Joe's Frozen mushroom medley (already seasoned and great on a veggie, chicken or turkey burger)
    • Trader Joe's Frozen julienned root vegetables (bakes like fries!)
    • Tabachnick low sodium soups (found at most grocery stores)