Whole Foods Market has declared themselves America’s Healthiest Grocery store, which may be true, but you can easily achieve a healthy keto diet by shopping at any regular grocery store. As long as you use a simple keto grocery shopping list like ours, you can feel good about what you’re putting in your shopping cart.
We go to Whole Foods for products that we just can’t find anywhere else. If you’re looking for a specialty item, they probably have it on their shelves. Some of these products are on the pricey side, but if you feel like splurging on some high quality ingredients, then Whole Foods is a good place to do it.
We’re going to let you in on our Top 10 Favorite Whole Foods Buys and we’re going to make sure you don’t get tricked by marketing claims. Always read the label and read further for a list of which products to avoid at Whole Foods.
1. Marrow Bones
Pick up a mixed bag of frozen bones. They’re grass-fed and are perfect for bone broth. Try our Instant Pot Bone Broth recipe!
2. Frozen Fish
If you’re willing to pay for some really good seafood, come to Whole Foods. We love the Atlantic Salmon Fillets with skin on. The cost is worth those extra omega 3s.
3. Farmhouse Culture Gut Shots
Kombucha may be super popular in the health and wellness world, but we prefer a gut probiotic with less sugar. Each shot contains 100 billion probiotics and 1g of carbs, so you can have a few shots per day.