THE GREAT FOOD LIST



 This list was created and tweaked with every Clean Eating Accountability Group I ran. Nothing here is set in stone. If you see that something shouldn't be on this list, let me hear it. Also, if something is missing from this list, let me know!


-Fruits-
ALL OF THEM (Try To Buy Organic)

-Vegetables-
ALL OF THEM (Try To Buy Organic)



For fruits & veggies, the simple rule I follow is, Fresh, then Frozen, then Canned



-Bread-
Ezekiel
Whole Wheat/Grain
Whole Grain/ Wheat/ Spinach Wraps

-Milk-
Organic Cow Milk
Almond
Rice
Soy
Coconut



-Dairy-
Cottage Cheese (Whole, Not "Fat-Free")
Greek Yogurt (Aim for plain. Don't buy the "fruit included" ones)
Parmesan Cheese (Real Cheese, Not The Stuff The Sits On A Shelf For Months)
Feta Cheese

-Meats/Fish-
Chicken (Try To Get Boneless & Skinless)
Ground Chicken
Turkey
Ground Turkey (Get As Lean As You Can Find. 99/1 Is Best)
Ground Beef (Leaner Is Better)
Steak (Lean!)
Venison
Bison
Buffalo
Salmon
Shrimp
Tilapia
Cod
Tuna
Tofu
Other vegetarian "meat like" products are ok. Ex. Veggie Burgers

-Other Foods-
Eggs
Egg Whites (Egg White Substitutes)
Potatoes- Sweet, White, Red
Oatmeal (Plain. Add Your Own Extras Flavors)
Brown Rice
Jasmine Rice
Whole Wheat/ Grain Pasta
Quinoa
Nuts/Seeds (Read Labels! Should Be No Other Ingredients Other Than The Nuts/Seeds)
Beans, Lentils, Chickpeas
Peanut Butter (Natural Only)
Certain Brands of Granola. (Bear Naked)




-Condiments/Spices-
Mustards
BBQ Sauce (Look For Organic. No Added Sugar. No Kraft Products!)
Pure Honey
Pure Maple Syrup
Cinnamon
Herbs - No Seasoning Packs. Mrs Dash/ Flavor God seasoning is an Ok Choice

-Flours-
Whole Wheat
Coconut
Almond

-Oils-
Extra Virgin Olive Oil
Coconut Oil
Sunflower Seed Oil
Balsamic Vinegar
No other Salad Dressing!

-Drinks-
WATER! (Duh!)
Tea (Green Tea, Lots Of It!)
Coffee (Not Talking About The Sugar In A Cup You Get From Dunkin Donuts)

For the coffee drinkers: No Sugar. Use Stevia In The Raw or something similar for sweetener & Organic Half & Half Only (Horizon is sold in most stores).






No Alcohol. Yes, I'm talking to the wine drinkers

Did I miss anything? Is there something that needs more explaining?