Free Grocery Guide



If you want to lead a healthy lifestyle, you HAVE to set yourself up for success. Your environment has to directly support your goals, otherwise, you’re setting up a trap for your failure. If your freezer is filled with ice cream and your pantry has ten different kinds of chips, you can imagine what you’d reach for when you have a craving. Don’t make bad choices available to yourself. It really is as simple as that. Let’s say you’re craving something sweet, if it’s in the house you will eat it, but there is much less of a chance that at 9:00 pm when you are in your pajamas that you would get in your car and head to the store to buy something unhealthy. If you surround yourself with good food, you will eat good food.

I always tell people that the first step to a healthier lifestyle is to purge your pantry and fridge of anything unhealthy. Starting with a clean slate makes the transition to eating healthy so much easier. Use the CodeGreen grocery guide to shop for healthy essentials and to fill your home with food that will nourish you. The list gives you an idea of what kinds of food you should be eating for optimal health as well as help you navigate which parts of the grocery store you should be shopping in. As a rule of thumb, you should get most of your food from the produce section. Fresh fruits and veggies are often times overlooked but they are an integral part of a nutritious diet. The middle section of the store contains all of the boxed processed food-like products that I want you to learn to steer clear of.

The foods listed on my grocery guide help to promote:
  • Weight loss
  • Gut health
  • Clear skin
  • Better sleep
  • Increased energy
  • Boosted mood
  • Constipation relief
  • Improved digestion
  • Disease prevention

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