My New Fit Life

I am 21 years old. I stand at a tall 5 ft 3

Stats: HW:167 SW:160.6 CW: 159.4 GW1: 152
GW2: 144 GW3: 136
UGW: 127

My Grocery List

These are the items that I usually have on hand in my pantry and refrigerator. All items are certified gluten-free. All flours and oatmeal products are from Bob’s Red Mill’s gluten-free line. All produce is either bought local or from the organic section at the grocery store.

  • old-fashioned rolled oats
  • oat, almond, teff, brown rice, white rice, coconut, potato starch, tapioca, & sorghum flours
  • flax seeds
  • quinoa grains & quinoa-corn blend pasta
  • Fage 0% total greek yogurt
  • Silk almond milk vanilla, unsweetened
  • Bear Naked granola
  • coconut oil & extra virgin olive oil
  • stevia for baking & liquid stevia
  • thai rice noodles
  • gluten free Bisquick baking mix
  • Pamela’s Products pancake & baking mix
  • Harris Teeter wild rice blend
  • natural crunchy peanut butter
  • local honey
  • Sabre hummus - either original or Pine Nut
  • apples
  • bananas
  • kiwi
  • broccoli [frozen & fresh]
  • cauliflower [frozen & fresh}
  • carrots
  • frozen berries for smoothies
  • protein powder - vanilla flavored

Low Foods:

  • Dex4 glucose tablets - keep them in my purse & in the car
  • Chocolate or caramel Quaker oat cakes - I put peanut butter and honey on them
  • Rice Chex - a cup is only 100 calories but sometimes that boosts my sugar too much
  • I try to have some sort of homemade muffin or biscuit on hand for lows. I like teff muffins because they have protein and healthy fats as well, so I don’t feel like I am eating non-nutrient loaded foods

This is generally it. Fruits and vegetables change depending on what is in season and the gluten-free flours/oats can vary depending on what is on sale/what I am in the mood for.