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6 Healthy Items for Your Pantry

Posted by InterHealth Nutraceuticals on Tue, Nov 10, 2015 @ 10:36 AM

healthy_pantry.jpgDon’t feel stressed on your next trip to the grocery store! Make a list of these pantry essentials and stick to it. Each one of the following items is satiating, healthy, and will help you have a well-rounded diet.

Rolled Oats

Rolled oats are delicious and packed with healthy nutrients. They are more nutrient dense than instant oats, but still take less time to prepare than steel-cut oats. Rolled oats can be implemented into healthy baking, ground up to make an oat flour, or prepared as oatmeal for a healthy breakfast! Rolled oats are rich in fiber, contain protein, and are a great source of manganese. Eat rolled oats in moderation for added nutritional benefit to your diet!


Quinoa has received a lot of attention lately as being a “superfood.” Superfood is a title it deserves. Quinoa is a complete protein, which is not often found outside of meat sources. Quinoa is a healthy source of fiber, manganese, magnesium, iron, since, and potassium. It also has vitamin B1, B2, and B6. Quinoa can be used as a side dish, used in place of rice, or prepared for a flavorful lunch salad.

Brown Rice

Brown rice is the healthier alternative to white rice. White rice is heavily processed and lacks nutritional value. Stock your pantry with brown rice for a great way to add protein and manganese to your diet. Brown rice can be implemented as a side dish, added to soups, or used in a variety of dishes.


Mixed nuts are important pantry essentials. They contain a lot of nutrients and healthy fats that help a person feel full. Almonds, walnuts, cashews, and Brazil nuts are all great options to have in your pantry. You can add nuts to your lunch salads for a flavorful crunch or eat a handful of nuts as a filling snack.


Bananas, apples, and oranges are excellent fruit options to stock in your pantry. They make for a great snack, or a quick breakfast when you are heading out the door. Bananas are a good source of dietary fiber, vitamin C, manganese, and vitamin B6. Apples are also a good source of fiber, and they contain vitamin C. Oranges are packed with vitamin C, fiber, and potassium. Eat one serving of fruit per day as part of a healthy lifestyle!


Of course, your pantry should be stocked with your favorite seasonings. Sea salt, black pepper, basil, rosemary, oregano, cinnamon, and thyme are all great items to have on hand. Add anything else you enjoy to have flavorful options for all of your dishes!

Implementing these pantry essentials will help you have healthy options on hand for great meal preparation. For extra support on your journey to a healthy life, consider implementing a dietary supplement with 7-Keto® into your routine. 7-Keto® has shown to improve the metabolism and increase loss of body fat.

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