NITK Video: How To Stock A Healthy Pantry & FREE Printable Pantry Cheat Sheet

How to Stock a Healthy Pantry & A FREE Printable Pantry Cheat Sheet via Nutritionist in the Kitch

Hey everyone! I’ve got two awesome things for you today on the blog:

The first is another video by yours truly and the second is a free printable guide to help you stock your pantry in a healthy way!

It’s funny, whenever my hubby and I have guests over, I often have people poke their heads in the pantry to check out what’s in there.

It’s like they wonder… does she really eat CHIPS? Does she keep CANDY in there? Or is it a mysterious room full of sprouting mushrooms, dangling plants, brewing kombucha, elixirs, and magic potions… because really, on occasion when I tell people I’m a Holistic Nutritionist I do get some questionable looks and responses as if I’m a witch doctor about to douse their heads in coconut oil, light the incense sticks and start chanting.

Nope. My pantry is a pretty normal place, you’ll see in the video below. I do however, like to keep my pantry mostly a place for wholesome foods with a little junk food on the side. 

See! It’s not all that crazy after all.

Now, as promised, the link below will take you to a FREE printable NITK Healthy Pantry Cheat Sheet to use as a guideline for shaping your pantry to be a bit of a healthier spot in the home.

NITK Healthy Pantry Cheat Sheet

Download the Pantry Cheat Sheet

Do you find your pantry can be a danger zone? Or do you focus on keeping mainly whole foods in yours as well? I’d love to hear about how you stock your pantry in the comments below!

(P.S. If you are wondering how my hair got so long since my last video… it was the kombucha and incense… jk, it’s hair extensions! I was getting sick of my short bob so I got extensions because my hair grows painfully slow, and is thinner than the crypt keepers hair….you’ll find that funny if you grew up in the late 80’s/early 90’s) 

Have an awesome rest of your Sunday!

P.P.S…my hubby and I are actually off to EUROPE today for 3 blissful weeks! I forgot to mention this on the blog but I will be posting a Barcelona City Guide and an Ionian Island Guide this month as I eat my way through these places. Make sure you stay tuned to my Instagram page for photos of my travels as well as Facebook and Snapchat (@NutritionistITK). Also, I have a couple guest posts coming up while I’m away that I’m thrilled about by two amazing, must-follow bloggers. It’s a packed month to say the least!


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Author: Christal Sczebel

Christal is the creator of Nutrition in the Kitch. She's a Certified Nutritional Consultant, twice published author, gluten and dairy free recipe developer, food photographer, speaker, wife, and mama. Christal loves good food, all things wellness, and loves to travel. Her wellness philosophy is centred around balance and sustainable health, life's way too short for boring diets and restriction!

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  • Which Maca Powder do you use? I use Vega but it’s in pill form. Thanks Christal-keep up the great work! Love your site

    • Hi Nathalie, I use Organic Traditions – you can actually buy it in bulk or in the bag at bulk barn!

  • There’s a reason why there’s “pant” in pantry. It’s because too many trips to it makes your pants tight! LOL! It’s dangerous when you have tons of nut butters, granolas, dark chocolate and delicious goodies stashed somewhere easily accessible. I try to put those at the very very top of my pantry and I keep the spices, dry bulk foods and cooking devices in the peripheral.

    • Haha, I love that!! Yes, it’s good to have a nice balance of food, but better nut butter and granolas than chips and cookies 😉

  • Thank you! You are one of the most amazing bloggers out there! Your tips & recipes are life changing! I wish the CSNN was in the US!

    • Awww thank you so much Becky! It means a lot to hear that, I appreciate the comment, and who knows, maybe one day they will have a US branch!