The Grocery List

I apologize for not getting this up Friday as originally promised. The good news is that organic produce spoils much quicker than "normal" produce- so buying it last minute will help it to last longer! I've organized the list into sections.
Please insert the word "organic" in front of EVERYTHING. Keep in mind, that although preferable, if finances or resources can't allow you to buy everything organic, then just go with it and do what you can! Your detox will still be extremely effective. Keep in mind the "dirty dozen" of produce and try to at least buy them organic if possible: Strawberries, blueberries, cherries, grapes, apples, nectarines, peaches, potatoes, celery, spinach, kale/greens, bell peppers. We have quite a few great resources in our area. The co op in Cumberland has a lot of great products, as does the 20 Mile Organic Store in Barronett. Marketplace in Rice Lake has relatively large section of organic produce and food as well.

Grocery List


I know the list may be overwhelming. I buy a lot of produce to give myself variety over the course of the week. If you love apples, and won't mind eating 2-3 apples every day- then you don't need to buy pears, kiwis, berries, etc.

Also remember that looking at the ingredient list will help you determine whether or not you should be buying it. When you look at canned tomatoes, the only ingredient should be tomatoes. If there are ever any words you can't pronounce or sound like a preservative/chemical, you should absolutely not be buying it. 

The last thing on the grocery list is of course the detox powder. Through out the week, I also mix a chocolate powder available from the same company called Dynamic Greens ($40 for a large canister of the powder). If interested, call the office to pick some up. 715-822-2500