Sydney dietitian Rebecca Gawthorne offers a look inside her shopping trolley

A dietitian has offered a look inside her shopping trolley and the go-to staples she buys every week to ensure she stays healthy all year round. 

Rebecca Gawthorne, from Sydney, shared a vibrant picture showing 26 grocery items – including fresh salmon, tinned beans and chickpeas, eggs, wholegrain bread, Greek yoghurt, peanut butter and plain rolled oats.

Other staples include tins of tuna, cereal, extra virgin olive oil, walnuts, frozen vegetables, canned diced Italian tomatoes, pasta sauce and baby spinach. 

The 32-year-old mother said her latest grocery covers a week’s worth of meals – including salads, smoothies, porridge, pasta, baked dinners and stir fries. 

A dietitian has offered a look inside her shopping trolley and the go-to staples she buys every week to ensure she stays healthy all year round

Rebecca Gawthorne, from Sydney, said her grocery covers a week's worth of meals - including salads, smoothies, porridge, pasta, baked dinners and stir fries

Rebecca Gawthorne, from Sydney, said her grocery covers a week’s worth of meals – including salads, smoothies, porridge, pasta, baked dinners and stir fries

Inside a dietitian’s shopping trolley

• Tinned legumes (beans, chickpeas)

• Frozen veggies

• Nuts and seeds

• Tinned fish

• Salmon

• Plain rolled oats and cereal

• Tofu

• Wholegrain bread and crackers

• Eggs

• Tomato pasta sauce

• Baby spinach

• Greek yoghurt

• Peanut butter

• Extra virgin olive oil

‘This is my actual shop and there were a few things I already had at home that I didn’t need to buy but I would class them as staples in our house,’ she wrote on Instagram.

‘These include plant milks, brown rice and pasta, dried fruit, spices and herbs (many which we grow now).’ 

Rebecca said she typically buys all her fresh fruits and vegetables elsewhere before she grabs all her staples at the supermarket. 

She also noted she eats ‘treat foods’ but she only buys them ‘ocassionally’. 

The nutritionist previously explained how it's far easier to eat healthily when both your fridge and pantry are well-organised, as you know what you have to make delicious meals and you aren't as tempted to order takeaway or unhealthy food

The nutritionist previously explained how it’s far easier to eat healthily when both your fridge and pantry are well-organised, as you know what you have to make delicious meals and you aren’t as tempted to order takeaway or unhealthy food

In November, the nutritionist explained how it’s far easier to eat healthily when both your fridge and pantry are well-organised, as you know what you have to make delicious meals and you aren’t as tempted to order takeaway or unhealthy food. 

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