What are your top 3 grocery staples for weight loss?

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  • RandiNoelle
    RandiNoelle Posts: 374 Member
    Eggs
    Oatmeal
    Fresh veggies
  • cafisher0404
    cafisher0404 Posts: 77 Member
    Diet Coke, romaine lettuce, chicken every single week
  • fitoverfortymom
    fitoverfortymom Posts: 3,453 Member
    Things I buy every week:
    • Yoplait 100 Greek
    • Red Delicious Apples
    • Seltzer Water (flavored)
  • hneagle1
    hneagle1 Posts: 16 Member
    Quinoa, chicken, and broccoli!
  • LunaticBunny
    LunaticBunny Posts: 2 Member
    water, fruit, veggies
  • lulalacroix
    lulalacroix Posts: 1,082 Member
    Eggs
    Greek yogurt
    Milk tea
  • Rushgirl82
    Rushgirl82 Posts: 223 Member
    Plain Greek yogurt
    Bananas
    Beans (black and kidney or chickpeas)
  • Elle_phant
    Elle_phant Posts: 29 Member
    Quaker Popped Chips
    Canned Soups
    Sour Cream

    Those seem to be on my grocery list every time.
  • jennybearlv
    jennybearlv Posts: 1,519 Member
    Chocolate
    Cheese
    Sourdough
  • MelanieCN77
    MelanieCN77 Posts: 4,053 Member
    I found some wonderful pitas at Vons. Masada brand "kosher pita" - they are incredibly light in cals for what they are, and not a diet food or anything. 10-12 seconds each side under the grill and they come to life in a wonderful way. I make little pizzas out of them, sandwiches, or just use as bread sides.

    I also always have some good high calorie bars around (and in my bag) in case I get between meals and mess up on timing. A 250 cal Cliff bar will be a better choice than almost anything I would hungrily forage for on the go and will actually replace a meal rather than just add calories and still leave me hungry.
  • Lord007
    Lord007 Posts: 339 Member
    Can't narrow down to just 3:
    • chicken breast
    • eggbeaters
    • breakfast cereal
    • broccoli
    • snap peas
    • Greek yogurt
    • Soy Slender soy milk
    • whey protein powder
    • gallons and gallons of water
    • chocolate chips it calms the voices in my head
  • lutzsher
    lutzsher Posts: 1,153 Member
    egg whites
    chicken breasts
    my daily square of Lindt dark chocolate!
  • jasperdog52554
    jasperdog52554 Posts: 115 Member
    lutzsher wrote: »
    egg whites
    chicken breasts
    my daily square of Lindt dark chocolate!

    how dark? I'm up to 90% which is fabulous, actually. I have tried some other brands that were less % but just were not good. Lindt is definitely the way to go for dark chocolate. <3
  • BonnieDundee78
    BonnieDundee78 Posts: 158 Member
    • Lentils
    • Chickpeas
    • Spinach

    Not really "diet" food, but I get through a ridiculous amount of them...
  • GottaBurnEmAll
    GottaBurnEmAll Posts: 7,722 Member
    Vegetables (fresh and frozen)
    Fruit
    Yogurt & Cottage Cheese
    Diet Soda
    Beyond Meat products
    Beans

    Those are the things I eat most often.
  • lilawolf
    lilawolf Posts: 1,690 Member
    My less obvious ones
    La croix (grapefruit or lime)
    slim jim snack sticks (40 cals that really curb my hunger)
    protein shakes
  • tomteboda
    tomteboda Posts: 2,171 Member
    Creamette 150 pasta - high fiber, good taste, and satisfactory mouth-feel. 13g fiber for a 2 oz serving, this stuff is responsible for getting me from 11g fiber/day to over 25.

    90% lean ground beef - affordable lean protein, actually, pork and chicken also. My parents, whom I cook for, really like meat. When I live in my own I eat 90% vegetarian but lean meats are a good compromise.

    Aldi's Greek yogurt cheaper by far than the other brands and still delicious.
  • HardcoreP0rk
    HardcoreP0rk Posts: 936 Member
    For me, I mix it up all the time...so it's more *categories* than foods

    greens (spinach, romaine, arugula, spring mix) - I try to stay away from mixes with red lettuces, since they wilt and rot faster
    fruits - usually a few bananas for smoothies, whatever is in season and on sale, plus berries for quick snacks
    meats - I buy in bulk from whole foods, stick to specials and always get a 2+ pound bag of frozen cod fillets

    For specific things?

    meat and vegetable stock
    eggs
    almond milk
    canned tomato
    coffee
    cream


  • AnvilHead
    AnvilHead Posts: 18,345 Member
    Not limited to three items, but our most bought/consumed (in no particular order):

    Veggies (fresh and frozen)
    Greek yogurt
    Chicken (breasts and/or thighs)
    Lean beef/pork
    Salmon fillets
    Tuna
    Whole eggs and egg whites
    Dave's Killer Bread (thin sliced)
    Fairlife nonfat milk
    Halo Top ice cream
    Diet cola
    Coffee (and creamer/half & half)
  • Heather4448
    Heather4448 Posts: 908 Member
    Pepsi one, bacon, repeat as needed.