Here are the top 5 items always on our guests' grocery list:

Kristi Churchvara

  • Avocado - good source of fiber, fat, and great nutrients for the eyes
  • Onions – helps to prevent you from getting sick
  • Lemons/Limes - great alkaline source, easy to throw on a salad
  • Leafy greens - green means vitality and you have to have leafy greens every day
  • Eggs – good nutrition, protein, and are easy and quick
  • Coconut oil – multi-purpose as you can to bathe in it, lotion your body, and to cook with

Vicki Shanta Retelny

  • Nuts - pistachio, almonds, walnuts are beneficial for protein, are heart healthy and have the good fats that keep your cells functioning well
  • Leafy greens - to make a salad or throw on sandwiches or in wraps
  • Avocado- contain beneficial fat, are filling and adds a sense of satisfaction to the pallet
  • Fish – one or two times a week for the fats that contribute to heart health
  • Whole grains-quinoa and brown rice

Amanda Skrip

  • Arugula
  • Avocado
  • Hummus
  • Tortilla
  • Lemons or olive oil