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Eating Well Tools


Here’s to your good health and wellbeing!

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Raise your hand if you want to eat better.

My hand is way wayyyy up!

I will admit, over the last couple of years, it’s been a challenge to maintain my better eating habits, so I am hitting the reset button.

I’m not talking about a specific diet or only eating this or that. The general good nutrition and wellness guidelines will always apply: increase your plant intake, eat the colours of the rainbow, eat more whole unprocessed foods, reduce sugary foods and keep the treats for once in a while.

What I am doing is setting myself up for success by using the right tools. Eating better means having the right ingredients on-hand to make healthy meals and snacks to support my well-being.

- Rosie's Kitchen Co

Take Stock

Do you know all the food you already have in your pantry, fridge, and freezer? This is a great place to start. Not only will it help reduce food waste, you’ll know what you really have on-hand. Cross-off lists as you use them and add items as you shop.

Printable “Taking Stock” template HERE.

Plan Your Meals 

Creating a meal plan for the week will help make sure you have all the ingredients on-hand to create health-supporting meals and snacks. Remember to shop your “Taking Stock” list first so you’re not buying something you already have.

Printable “Meal Planner” template HERE.

Have a Grocery List

Have you ever gone to the grocery store and tried to remember everything you needed and then realizing you had forgotten a key ingredient or two once back home? Me too. And now I always use a grocery list.

Printable “Grocery List” template HERE.

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