3 Things NOT in My Nutritarian Pantry

To follow up on the last post of my 7 Nutritarian Pantry Staples, I thought I would let you guys in on what I DON'T (usually) keep in my pantry.

My pantry is not a 100% Nutritarian safe-haven.  I do share this house with an omni-husband and a cracker/cereal-loving toddler.  I keep a small stock of baking items such as flour and sugar, just in case I need to make any baked items for guests or an event.  I also have some sweeteners like honey and maple syrup that I bring out for special occasions.  For the most part, I keep these non-Nutritarian items on very high or very low shelves in my pantry so that they are not easy to get to.  (My husband's snacks and goodies are in our kitchen on a shelf next to the garbage... so I remember not to touch them because they are garbage! ;))

There are a few things that are not in my pantry because I've either learned to live without them or avoid them for a good reason.  Here is what I don't have stocked:


7 Nutritarian Pantry Staples

I've spent the last seven years working on being a Nutritarian.  I say "working" because I am not and have never been perfect.  It's never been my goal with this blog to set the example of "perfect", but to give you guys a little peek into my Nutritarian journey with my wins and road blocks and occasional crashes.  Lately, I've been having a lot of wins with some new routines, eliminating some internal stresses, and getting my body moving more (which has more to do with stress than body composition for me).

With roughly seven years under my belt, I've learned a few tricks that I know make me more successful, and one big trick is having a few Nutritarian staples in the pantry.  Please don't feel like you need to go out and immediately buy all of these things to make you a better Nutritarian.  This is what I have found works for me, but your tastes and preferences may be different.


Nutritarian Lifestyle and Evolving Values

Evolving Values.

I read somewhere once that we change drastically every five years.  Not in a way that the timer hits five years and suddenly we are a different person, but at any moment in time we can look back at ourselves 5 years ago, 10 years ago, 15 years ago, and realize that we have had a major paradigm shift (or two) within that time.  Maybe we enter a new stage in life, or a large event happens to make life different, or maybe our experiences give us an evolved mindset.