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My Whole30 Grocery List

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Whole30 Grocery Shopping today!

I’ll never forget that time my 3-year-old son grabbed a big juicy tomato in the middle of the produce section and squeezed it as hard as he could…. right on my crotch.  Grocery shopping with two small children is a little like preparing for an epic battle that could very well end in two tantrums, a lost child, or maybe even red juice in your crotch.

This is my grocery store prayer.  I recite it in the Smith’s parking lot upwards of three times a week.  Feel free to borrow it anytime.

“Lord, you have made me a strong woman {deep breath}.  I’ve come prepared with snacks {deep breath}, three action figures, and a LIST that will keep me focused.  God, have mercy on my soul for the next 45 minutes {deep breath}.  Amen.”

Over time, I’ve learned that my grocery store success rate is about 75% if I bring a LIST!  Usually if I don’t write it down, it doesn’t end up in the cart.  There is nothing worse than getting home to realize I forgot to buy eggs, because now I have to buckle my kids back into their car seats, repeat the grocery store prayer, and unbuckle the carseats for just one measly item that I usually can’t live without.  Why oh why, isn’t there a drive thru at the grocery store?!

If you’re ready to start Whole30, you’ll want to make sure your fridge is stocked for Day 1.  The first week is challenging enough.  Having food prepped and ready for eating will make this whole process So. Much. Easier.  Check out My Whole30 Grocery List below.

The products and information listed in this post are to the best of our knowledge.  We share with our readers what has been successful for us in our own lives.  Visit Whole30.com for full nutritional guide to ensure the products and food you consume are compliant.

I'm taking this Whole30 grocery list with me to the store tonight!

 

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Most of these foods came from Sam’s Club and Smiths.  I think their produce is outstanding.  I did have to hunt down a few items at Trader Joe’s and Whole Foods.  I also ordered from Amazon whenever I could.  My favorite items to get on Amazon include EVOOGhee, Coconut Oil, Cinnamon Apple Spice Tea {an ABSOLUTE FAVORITE}, Almond Butter, tuna, Balsamic VinegarRaw Cashews, and Raw Almonds.  One less trip to the store always makes my life a little easier!

Be sure to check labels before seasoning food.  Several spices like garlic salt and lemon pepper have sugar listed in the ingredients. Who knew, right?

Whole30 Compliant Spices

Spices that are Whole30 compliant include Himalayan Salt, Garlic Powder, Onion Powder, Italian-Seasoning, Oregano, Cumin, Chili Powder, Paprika, Crushed Red Pepper, as well as Bragg’s Organic Sprinkle.

I highly recommend planning out your first week’s Whole30 menu before hitting the stores.  You’ll want to make sure you’ve got everything you need to make the first week run smoothly!  Check out the next post in our Whole30 Journey Series, My Whole30 Top Menu Picks, where we share our favorite recipes from the month!

Thinking about trying Whole30? This post is filled with grocery lists, top menu picks, and results!

 

My Whole30 Journey

 My Whole30 Kitchen

  My Whole30 Grocery List

  My Whole30 Top Menu Picks!

  My Whole30 Results

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4 Comments

  • Reply Sharon-Marie March 1, 2015 at 12:57 pm

    Congratulations on your first Whole30! 🙂

    I’m not sure if you’re aware, but the Celestial Seasonings Cinnamon Apple Spice Tea that you’ve linked above contains soy lecithin. As you may know, soy is not Whole30-compliant; additionally it is also a neuro-toxin. Also, “Natural Flavors” (another ingredient in the cinnamon apple spice tea) is a catch -all term; and sometimes (often), the natural flavors being used are actually harmful (long-term) to the human body (not everything that is natural is safe for human consumption).

    GOOD for you for doing Whole30! I love the program!

    Be blessed,
    Sharon-Marie

    • Reply Tracy March 1, 2015 at 1:23 pm

      Hi Sharon! Thanks for stopping in at Stay Fit Mom! I double checked the ingredients and while Soy lecithin is not listed, it does indeed say natural flavors. The forum on Whole9life from Melissa Hartwig of Whole30 says the following in regards to Natural flavoring, “While we think you should hunt for processed foods with little to no additives, the ‘natural flavorings’ in these products aren’t going to affect your whole30 in a negative fashion.”

      Thanks again for keeping us on our toes! We do our best to share with our readers what has been successful for us in our lives!

  • Reply Kristal December 31, 2015 at 9:47 am

    Thanks for the fantastic shopping list! I may have completely missed it, but does this list correspond to a specific week long meal plan that you have on your site? Thanks so much!

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