Okay, even if they don’t have all of these items, healthy eaters will always have at least one of these items in their fridge to keep themselves on a healthy eating track.
Eggs — especially hard boiled eggs — are a great source of protein and vitamins.
Proteins can easily keep you full for longer so you don’t feel the need to snack all day. Plus, if you work out often, proteins are the best tools to help you maintain muscle mass.
Citrus fruits like lemon, orange and grapefruit are great for digestion and can help to temporarily increase your stomach’s acidity levels to help break down food better.
3. Nut Butters
Natural and sugar-free nut butters are a healthy source of proteins and energy.
Next time you’re feeling hungry, eat some nut butter with apple slices. Apples give a slight sweetness too!
4. Lean Meats
Lean meats like chicken breast and beef is great for protein resources and can easily be cooked whenever you’re in need of a hearty meal.
5. Leafy Green Vegetables
From kale to baby spinach and so much more, healthy eaters know that leafy green vegetables are where it’s at when it comes to getting nutrients.
Rich in antioxidants and various vitamins, blueberries are the perfect snack for when you need a pick me up in the middle of the day.
7. Coconut Water
Perfect for quenching thirst, getting hydrated and for satisfying the craving for something sweet, coconut water is great.
8. Fresh Herbs
Instead of relying on just salt and pepper to season their food, healthy eaters love using fresh herbs to season their food and heighten its flavour profile.
9. Minced Garlic And Ginger
Another wonderful addition to your fridge, minced garlic and ginger can easily be added to your stir-fries to give it extra flavour.
Okay, if there’s one sauce you can have in the fridge, it’s mustard.
Whether it’s dijon, yellow or other types, mustard is great for adding flavour and can be used in sandwiches, burgers and so much more.