Now you have cleared out the rubbish and stocked up on yummy wholesome foods you need to organise your kitchen so that it’s easy to make healthy meals and snacks at any time. Here are some tips…
Fill apothecary jars with the following (not as posh as it sounds Ikea have a good selection.)
Nuts - hazelnuts, pecans, walnuts, cashews, Brazil and pine nuts.
Dried fruit such as blueberries, cranberries, unsulphured apricots, raisins.
Beans such as adzuki, mung, chickpeas, soy.
Wholegrain carbohydrates such as brown rice, red or yellow quinoa, millet, amaranth, pearl barley, brown rice pasta, brown rice noodles, millet flakes, brown rice flakes, quinoa flakes, jumbo oats, oat bran.
Stock your fridge with coconut/almond/oat milk, organic unsalted butter, fresh organic vegetables, and fruits
Invest in a smoothie machine, juicer, and food processor and change your pots to stainless steel ones.
Stock up on herbal teas such as dandelion, nettle, red bush, chamomile, valerian, peppermint, green tea and dandelion coffee and coffee alternatives.
Stock up on olive oil, pumpkin seed oil, hemp oil, apple cider vinegar, Celtic sea salt.
Get rid of the sugar and stock up on more natural alternatives such as xylitol, manuka honey, maple syrup and blackstrap molasses.
Fill your freezer with frozen berries, oily fish such as homemade fruit ice cream, plain frozen vegetables, free-range organic chicken fillets.
Fill a large bowl with fresh organic fruits and fill another with root vegetables such as squash, sweet potato, beetroot, cabbage, onion.
Keep fresh herbs on your window ledge or if possible plant some in the garden.
Sprout beans and seeds.
Buy a water filter so you can drink and cook with pure filtered water.
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I'm Dr Christy Fergusson Ph.D. I am a Doctor of Psychology, Chartered Psychologist, Nutritional Therapist, Clinical Hypnotherapist and Hay House Author. I have a Ph.D., MSc and BA Hons in Psychology; I'm a Chartered Psychologist with the British Psychological Society, a Nutritional Therapist with the British Association of Nutrition & Nutritional Therapy and a Clinical Hypnotherapist with the British Society of Clinical Hypnosis.
Through a combined integration of my expertise in nutrition, psychology and hypnotherapy I launched my company The Food Psychologist and quickly become the ‘go to’ food psychology expert in the UK. I'm the food psychologist from Channels 4′s Secret Eaters, a former Sun columnist and in-house nutritionist at Women’s Health Magazine. I published my first book 'Hot, Healthy, Happy' with Hay House in 2013.