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Macro Friendly Food Staples {gluten free}

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If you are new to tracking macros, you may be unsure of what kinds of foods to keep stocked in your kitchen. This list is not all inclusive, and none of these recommendations are required to keep on hand. They are items I continue to reach for after 2.5 years of tracking macros for health and wellness.

Pantry:

Kind granola

Larabars

Kind bars (regular and mini size)

Chickpea chips

Chickpea puffs

Chili lime seasoning

Vegan chicken less seasoning (from Trader Joe’s)

Tastefully Simple seasoned salt 

Tuna packets

Oatmeal packets

Nuts (almonds, pecans, walnuts, cashews, pistachios)

Seeds (sunflower kernels, pumpkin seed/pepitas)

Almond butter (Justin’s vanilla almond butter is amazing)

Flaxseed meal

Collagen peptides (Vital Proteins)

Maple syrup

Honey

Stevia

Lemons and limes (for water)

Herbal tea

Carbonated water (helps curb your appetite if you’re intermittent fasting)

Dates

Lentil pasta

Chickpea pasta

Natural peanut butter

Peanut butter powder (great for smoothies)

Plain rice cakes

Gluten free flour tortillas (great for wraps and burritos)

Spray avocado oil

Spray olive oil

Brown rice packets

Quinoa

Fridge/Freezer:

Yogurt 

Fresh berries and grapes

Fresh fruits: apples, pears, bananas

Chopped salad mix

Romaine lettuce

Unsweetened almond milk

Dairy free coffee creamer (Califia Farms, Nut Pods)

Deli turkey slices (Boar’s Head Honey Coat Maple Glazed Turkey is my favorite)

Tru-grill chicken (from Costco)

Chicken skewers (from Costco)

Fresh veggies for snacking (celery, carrots, cucumber, peppers)

Guacamole

Hummus

Pickles

Olives

Frozen blueberries (for smoothies)

Eggs

Baby spinach (great in eggs and smoothies)

String cheese

Pepperoni

Salami

Tyson frozen grilled chicken breast strips

Ground turkey

Chicken breasts

Minced garlic (in a jar)

Frozen crushed ginger (great for making a quick stir-fry)

All items listed are gluten free and excellent choices if you’re tracking macros, intermittent fasting, and practicing carb cycling! If you need help getting started with a wellness program, I would love to introduce you to the FASTer Way! 

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