Groceries to get you ripped for the summer

Groceries to get you ripped for the summer.

Let’s face it, the pandemic put us all a little behind our summer body goals, but fear not. There’s still time to get beach-ready. Here is a list of the best groceries to get you ripped for the summer

Now that gyms are open and it’s nice enough to exercise outdoors, it’s important to get your diet in order. Having a healthy diet is just as important as exercising when it comes to building muscle and losing weight.

We’ve compiled our favourite foods that will not only help you get into great shape but won’t break the bank. Here are some of our favourites:

Greek yogurt ($5 per tub)

Groceries to get you ripped for the summer

One of the more neutral and versatile foods on our list is Greek yogurt. It stands alone well with fruit and oats and can be a key ingredient in a smoothie or shake. It’s a great source of protein and has less sugar than regular yogurt.

Egg whites ($5 per carton)

You probably know that eggs are a solid choice as far as breakfast goes, but now is the time to make the switch to egg whites. The whites have significantly less fat and cholesterol than regular whole eggs and come in a cool carton, so you don’t have to worry about cracking an egg.

Crispy Minis ($2.30 per bag)

Groceries to get you ripped for the summer

When dieting, it’s important not to completely deprive yourself of good-tasting foods. Crispy Minis have a broad selection of flavours and have options with as low as 100 calories. They are the perfect snack to fill you up and keep your taste buds happy.

Spinach ($2 per bag)

Groceries to get you ripped for the summer

 

 

 

 

 

 

It’s hard to sneak greens into your everyday diet, but if you need to choose one, I’d recommend spinach. Your local grocery store likely sells frozen, chopped spinach, which you can sneak into any protein shake or smoothie with hardly any taste of a vegetable.

Chicken breast ($12 for 4)

Ah yes, the staple of the gym bro diet, and for good reason. Chicken breast tastes great and provides a good amount of protein. Avoid the sluggishness sometimes paired with red meat and pair your chicken breast with rice and steamed vegetables and you’re on your way to a good-looking, healthy dinner.

Now that your grocery list is complete, head to the supermarket and enjoy the best summer of your life.

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