General healthy foods for inspirartion when you are making
an order on line or out doing your weekly shop.

Fresh

Garlic
Fresh ginger
Chillies

Chives

Spring onions

Miso paste

Lemon grass

Drystore
Apple cider vinegar
Black Strap Molasses

Coconut milk

Tamari soy sauce

Spices
Tumeric

Ground cinnamon

Cayenne pepper
Ground Cumin and Cumin Seeds

Caraway Seeds
Paprika

Saffron
Black pepper
Himalayan Pink Salt Crystals
Oregano Fresh and dried
Tarragon Fresh and dried



Oils & Fats

Sesame oil - rubbing on salad leaves and raw kale
Avocado oil - dressings, drizzle, stir fries
Olive oil – Virgin for cooking on low heat, dresisng and drizzle

Olive oil - Light for cooking on higher heat
Coconut oil - for energy bars and spreads (not for cooking)
Flax oil  - For smoothies and dressings
Goat’s Butter
Can use other nut and seed oils - use quickly and keep in fridge


Slow release & High Nutrient carbohydrates
Bown rice all types - flour, bread, noodles and pasta

Red rice, Wild black rice 
Black and Brown rice noodles, rice noodles
Wholegrain Spelt pasta (Contains Gluten)
Quinoa – high in protein
Kamut grain (contains gluten) – good source of protein 
Oats 
Whole grain rye breads (contains gluten)
Buckwheat – unrefined
Potatoes with skins + red+black skin potatoes

 

Protein
Organic eggs
Whey protein or Vegetable protein powders if need for extra protein.
Fish: Mackerel fresh and Tinned, Wild salmon – fresh and tinned, sardines, fresh Herring.
Shrimp, squid, crab, muscles

Organic chicken, beef, lamb


Pulses (you can buy organic tinned or carton as these 
are more easily digested)

Butterbeans 
Harricot Beans

Canneloni Beans
Chickpeas
Mung Beans


Seeds (you can buy whole, ground, seed butter or sprouted)
Pumpkin seeds
Flaxseeds - whole + ground

Chia seeds
Sunflower seeds
Shelled Hemp seed - Milk and spread
Sesame seeds


Nuts (Preferably fresh – in shells, or check the ‘whiteness’ of the flesh - keep in fridge)
Fresh Walnuts

Almonds – blanched, ground
Peanuts – whole crunchy spread


Vegetables - fresh
Carvelo Nero
Kale
Red cabbage
Green Cabbage
Savoy cabbage
Organic Spinach
Sprouts
Broccoli
Carrots
Leeks
Shallots
Jeruselum Artichokes
Organic Peas
Green beans
Pak Choi

Mushrooms - Shitake

Fruit

Apples

Pears

Bananas

Papaya - organic - can eat with meals

Mango - organic - can eat with meals

Blueberries - can mix with other fruits and vegetables and carbs

Other berries - organic if possible

Watermelon - eat separately


Fermented foods
Miso paste
Natural Organic Yoghurt – if not completely avoiding dairy
Goats cheese – if not completely avoiding dairy
SaurKraut 
Seaweeds/kelp 
You can buy many different types that are really easy to 
prepare – add to salads and stir fries and much more.
Foods for Immunity support and protection
Garlic, Carrots, Sweet potatoes, Tomatoes (as long as no 
sensitivity to them),Wholegrains Green leafy vegetables, 
Brussel sprouts, Cabbage, Cauliflower,Asparagus
Spinach, Avocado, Mushrooms – Maitake and Shiitake,
Parsley, Watercress, Sprouted beans and seeds.
Royal Jelly, Barely Grass powder,  Ghee, 
Live yoghurt, Eggs – organic


Teas
Green/White Tea
Rooibus Tea 
Nettle Tea
Peppermint
Ginger and lemon
Fresh lemon grass and ginger


For immunity, skin and bone health
Organic chicken,
Organic chicken bone broth, 
Oily Fish
Shellfish – high quality
Sardines
Blackcurrants, Blue berries,Raspberries, Bananas, Mango,

Elderberry - cordial
Organic orange and lemon peel


Organic dried fruit (with no added sugar):

Dried Mango
Dried figs,

Prunes,

Goji berries

Deglet Noir Dates
 

Environmental considerations, Natural flavours, locally grown 

NATURAL FOODs

Choose as close to natural as possible

Please be aware: The information and advice provided in this website is not a substitute for medical advice. If you are concerned about your health or have any symptoms you should see your GP/healthcare provider.

For more information or to book your personal Nutritional Therapy Consultation by contacting

info@foodspa.org.uk or call 07780 600 966

London, UK

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