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Clean Eating Grocery List

A printable general reference guide to help you make healthier swaps in the kitchen
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  • Sugar Replacements: Maple syrup raw honey, brown rice syrup, coconut sugar. No agave, artificial sweeteners or no calorie all-natural sweeteners. Kirkland Organic Maple Syrup and Lundberg Farms.
  • Oil Replacements: Coconut oil refined for high temp cooking, unrefined for general use, ghee (clarified butter), olive oil, sesame oil. Spectrum brand is great but there's countless other great choices too.
  • Flour Replacements: Whole wheat rice flour, almond and/or hazelnut flour, arrowroot starch for thickening. Bob's Red Mill for most of my flour choices.
  • Eggs: Pasture raised or free-range organic preferred.
  • Dairy: Organic non UHT pasteurization. Strauss & Clover Organics, but whichever is local/regional in your area.
  • Red Meat: Preferably grass fed and grass finished if possible. Organic.
  • Poultry: Free range air chilled if possible. Mary's, Rosie's, Diestel Farms, Empire Kosher, and Applegate Farms are all good, but whichever is local to you at your store or farmer's market.
  • Pork: Applegate and Niman's Ranch or whichever is local to you at your store or farmer's market.
  • Grains: whole grains trying to avoid "enriched" products. Organic if possible especially with wheat since it is one of the heaviest sprayed crops.
  • Bread: Dave's Killer Bread Alpine Valley, Silver Hills Bakery and Essential Baking Company for gluten free option, these are all great faves in our home.


  • Swap these items in your fridge and pantry for a healthier way of life.
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