Your staple ingredients:

– Milk – coconut, nut or goat’s – make your own almond milk (see recipe)

– Yoghurt – unsweetened organic bio yoghurt, fruit organic bio yogurt;

– Soda, sourdough or spelt bread;

– Raw, unsalted nuts (almonds, hazelnuts, pecans, brazils, walnuts, cashews) and seeds; (sunflower, pumpkin, flaxseeds, hemp, sesame). Keep these in an airtight container in the fridge to protect their essential oils;

– Nut and seed butters – e.g. mixed nut butter, almond butter, pumpkin seed butter, tahini. Avoid peanut butter;

– Fruit such as berries, melon, pears or apples. Frozen fruit can also be used;

– Salad leaves – spinach, watercress, rocket, romaine lettuce;

– Veg – cucumber, tomatoes, broccoli, leeks, peppers, onions (white and red), garlic, mushrooms, carrots, peas (can be frozen), broad beans (can be frozen), etc;

– Chickpeas, lentils, and other beans/pulses;

– Cheese – hard goat’s, soft goat’s, feta, halloumi;

– Organic rapeseed oil, extra virgin olive oil, coconut oil;

– Organic grass-fed butter (organic butter should be from grass fed cows)

– Herbs/spices – cinnamon, ground ginger, chilli flakes, oregano, fresh herbs (coriander, mint, chives etc);

– Sea salt or Himalayan pink salt;

– Organic stock for soups (can be bought packaged, and frozen);

– Organic brown basmati rice, quinoa.

– Avocado, chia seeds, superfood powder and raw cacao powder are incredible boosts for smoothies and meals. I have raw cacao powder, a superfood blend, coconut oil and chia seeds in my range or you can find them in any health food shop.

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