Must-Haves In The Kitchen On A Healthy Diet – My Healthy Keto Shopping List – Condiments

Must Have In My Kitchen On Healthy Diet - My Healthy Keto Shopping List - Condiments
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Last time, we were talking about the different nuts and seeds which can usually be found in my kitchen. Today let’s talk about condiments. I will not describe the benefits of all of them as it can be found anywhere, however, I would like to show you how I use them. Just keep in mind that this is my standard shopping list, of course, sometimes I buy additional items as well, depending on my needs. I am curious if my shopping list is similar to yours. Leave your must-haves in the comments. Also check out my previous posts about Fruits & VegetablesDairy & Coconut ProductsSeafood & Meat and Nuts & Seeds.

What kind of condiments are on my healthy keto shopping list?

In this blog post we will talk only about condiments. In the previous and following posts you can learn more about the rest of my items. Each item on the list will include my own recipes with the selected item. I hope it will help you a lot!

Condiments

We have a big place for our spices. Since I have started getting more knowledge about nutritions, I realised how important spices are. Check out my list below.

Turmeric

I cannot really feel its taste but it has anti-inflammatory properties, it can balance your cholesterol level and can help you to metabolise fat.

Turmeric

How to eat turmeric?

Turmeric is added to all dishes in my kitchen. I mix it with eggs, meat and vegetables.

Pink Himalayan Salt

It is a great source of minerals. It helps to balance blood sugar, electrolytes and hydration.

Salt

How to eat pink Himalayan salt?

I add a pinch of pink Himalayan salt to the water, coffee and meals.

Black Pepper

It has a lot of anti-oxidant properties. It improves the stomach’s digestion, especially proteins from food.

Black Pepper

How to eat black pepper?

I add it to all meals, I don’t think that will surprise you 🙂

Chilli Powder

It has anti-inflammatory and anti-oxidant properties. It has vitamin C and is good for the immune system. It increases fat burning and metabolism.

Chilli

How to eat chilli powder?

I love spicy food so I add chilli to all my meals.

Curry Powder

It just tastes soooo good!

Curry

How to eat curry powder?

I love curry so much and I usually use curry powder for chicken curry, vegetable curry or salmon curry.

Cinnamon Powder

It has anti-inflammatory properties and it lowers your blood sugar. I just love cinnamon so much!

Cinnamon

How to eat cinnamon powder?

I add it to every single sweet! I just love it, sorry!

Cream Of Tartar

I am lacking in potassium which mainly  comes from carbs and I don’t eat carbs. Cream of tartar is my source of potassium. For every 100 grams of cream of tartar, you will get a total of 16 500 milligrams of potassium and your daily requirement for potassium is 7 000 milligrams a day.

Cream Of Tartar

How to eat cream of tartar?

I add it to my coffee and water, just 1 teaspoon.

Apple Cider

It mainly helps with the digestion of food, it makes the stomach ready for intake.

AppleCider

How to intake apple cider?

I add 2 teaspoons of apple cider to the water and meals.

Baking Soda

Just for my baking goods. I am really careful with baking soda as it is still a chemical product, but I always have it for my baking needs.

Baking Soda

How to use baking soda?

Just be careful with baking soda as it is much stronger than baking powder.

  • Baking powder has an acid, baking soda needs an acid.
  • Use 1/4 teaspoon of baking soda to 1 cup flour.
  • Use 1 teaspoon of baking powder to 1 cup flour.
  • Baking soda makes things ‘spread’ and baking powder makes things ‘puff”.

Dark Chocolate

Dark chocolate is great. It is full of healthy fat and a good source of iron.

Dark Chocolate

How to eat dark chocolate?

I usually use dark chocolate in my baking goods and with fat bombs.

Unsweetened Cacao Powder

It is good source of iron and other minerals.

Cacao

How to eat unsweetened cacao powder?

My baking wouldn’t be the same without cacao powder. Again, most of my sweets include cacao powder.

What is on your healthy keto condiments shopping list?

That’s pretty much my shopping list with condiments and I can honestly say it is exactly what we buy every time we go to the store, if we are talking about condiments. I have been asked so many times what I usually buy and I hope this list will help you with the introduction to a healthy keto diet. Share your list in the comment section! Check out my previous posts with Fruits & Vegetables, Dairy & Coconut Products, Seafood & Meat and Nuts & Seeds. The next shopping list is about drinks and supplements, see you soon!

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