Nutritionist Jessica Sepel reveals the foods she keeps inside her fridge and pantry every week

Mail Online | 1/20/2019 | Cindy Tran for Daily Mail Australia
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If your New Year's resolution is to be healthier in 2019, a fridge makeover may be just what you need.

Keeping each shelf filled to the brim with fresh produce and wholesome foods on hand will help you make healthy choices.

Nutritionist - Jessica - Sepel - Stocks - Fridge

And Australian nutritionist Jessica Sepel has revealed exactly what she stocks in her fridge and kitchen pantry every week.

'I believe that the first step to maintaining a healthy diet is keeping your fridge and pantry stocked with nourishing, nutrient-rich ingredients,' she told Body&Soul.

Sunday - Grocery - Shop - Visit - Farmers

Every Sunday, she does her weekly grocery shop as well as visit her local farmers' market to get all her fresh fruits and vegetables.

The founder of JSHealth ensures her fridge is stocked with vegetables such as Brussels sprouts, zucchini, kale, spinach and leafy greens.

Fruits - Strawberries - Blueberries - Raspberries - Collection

For fruits, she sticks to strawberries, blueberries and raspberries and her herbs collection includes mint, parley, coriander and basil.

Other things she keeps in the fridge include almond milk, organic Greek yogurt, goat's cheese, fermented vegetables, seeded bread and lemons.

Jessica - Items - Berries - Walnuts - Almonds

Jessica proved she's being incredibly healthy when it comes to snacking, with items such as goji berries, walnuts and almonds lining her shelves.

Her pantry staples include apple cider vinegar, olive oil and coconut oil, raw honey and maple syrup, herbal tea, raw cacao, flaxseeds and sunflower seeds.

Grains - Quinoa - Oats - Pasta - Bean

She also keeps grains such as quinoa and organic gluten-free rolled oats, gluten-free pasta and black bean noodles.

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