Does your pantry look like this?
(And I’m not talking about crowded or unorganized, but the foods in it.)
And maybe your doctor, or your friend, or your nutritionist, or your conscience has recently told you that you need to change over to healthier eating. But maybe you are overwhelmed?
If so, take heart.
My pantry looked similar to this a few years ago, and I have made significant changes to the pantry and our diet, even as a busy mom with a limited budget. Remember the CleanGreenStart Approach:
- Start because every change to a healthier product is a step in the right direction
- Read labels, including ingredients and processing info for food
- Replace the most toxic products immediately as your budget will allow, but commit to change over the rest as you use up/repurchase them
In the coming weeks (months?) I’ll be adding tips on switching out foods in the “Standard American Diet” (the SAD diet) for healthier choices. And we’ll come back and take a look at this all-too-familiar looking pantry for inspiration.
(This is not my pantry. . . and the owner will remain anonymous. The cute baskets are a great idea, don’t you think? Maybe I’ll “cute up” my pantry a bit and show you what it looks like sans Cheese Nips, etc.)