What’s in your fridge?

People get nervous when they see me in the supermarket. They get even more nervous when I come over and open their fridge.

Would you be nervous if I saw what’s in your fridge?

I always say that the trick to getting healthy is to clean-up your kitchen. The best method to getting yourself to eat healthy is to make sure your fridge is full of good-quality healthy food.

Here are a few tips on how you can replace your existing fridge items with their healthy counterparts.

Replace cow’s milk with home-made almond milk (made with soaked almonds, water, and dates – recipe on my blog http://www.aliaalmoayedblog.com).

Replace your regular eggs with organic eggs, or quail eggs.

Replace all cheeses with hummus, guacamole, or nut spreads.

Replace white bread with wholegrain rye bread.

Replace chocolates with raw organic chocolate (dark).

Replace all desserts with fresh and dried fruits.

Replace processed juices with fresh home-made fruit juices and smoothies.

Replace all fizzy drinks with water or sparkling water (with or without a fresh lemon squeeze).

Replace your ice cream with home-made fruit-based ice creams (see my blog).

Outside of the fridge, you should replace any canned beans with beans that are cooked at home (and frozen for easy access).

Replace any biscuits and crackers with rice cakes or oat cakes.

Replace all your pastas with wholegrain kamut or spelt pasta.

Replace crisps with home-made oven-baked potato wedges, or air-fried vegetables.

Replace all sugary cereals with oats and muesli.

Once your fridge and kitchen are healthy, it will be a lot easier for you to gain your health back!

For more tips and health information, visit www.aliaalmoayed.com

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