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Gluten Free Shopping on a Budget

Gluten Free on a BudgetBelow are tips you can use while shopping for gluten free items without having to worry about going over your budget.

Naturally Gluten Free

Fruits, vegetables, lean meats, beans, nuts, brown rice and low-fat dairy products are all naturally gluten free. Naturally gluten free items can be found in every aisle, in addition to the gluten-free sections of the store.

 Unit Price

The unit price of an item is the cost of a product based on a set measurement. When you look at a label from ShopRite you will see two prices; on the left there’s the unit price and the right, larger price is the price of the item. Using the unit price you can easily determine which is the lesser expensive item. For example, a packet of seasoning may have a lower item price because of its size, but a higher unit price meaning it the more expensive option. Get in the habit of checking tags and you’ll see your grocery bill shrink!

Shop with your Dietitian!

Your local ShopRite dietitian is a great resource for locating gluten free items at a lower cost. They are familiar with the products in the store and are always willing to help you find gluten free alternatives to your favorite foods. Set up a time to have them walk around and shop with you – many times they have coupons and information from companies, too! You can find the closest ShopRite dietitian by logging onto

 Check your Circular

Planning your meals around the weekly sales is a great way to cut costs, gluten-free or not! Make sure to check the circular online or at the store and create your list around those discounted items. You can also find coupons online or through ShopRite’s smartphone app that load automatically to your Price Pluc Club Card. Make sure to stock up on items you frequently eat when they’re on sale!

 Shop the Seasons

Fruits and vegetables are in season throughout different parts of the year so make sure to shop accordingly. If a produce item is out of season, purchasing the frozen or canned option will be a lesser expensive option at that time. Once again, use the unit price to compare which one is best for your budget!

Choose Private Label

Purchasing ShopRite’s private label items is an easy way to help lower your total grocery bill without losing the taste and quality you expect. These items are typically a lower cost than the brand name items you see advertised on TV and in magazines.

Buy in Bulk

As the size of the product gets larger, the unit price shrinks. When possible, buy in bulk to save money on items you use frequently. Bags of apples or potatoes, family size packs of meat, and larger container of yogurt are all wonderful, gluten-free options to buy in bulk!

Save leftovers

Cooking larger amount of food at one time is not only a time saver, but also saves you money! Placing leftovers in containers and taking them to work or packing them for school is a great way to save money from eating out. Packing your lunch can also eliminate concerns of it coming in contact with any gluten products. Freezing leftovers can also save time when you’re in a pinch and need a quick, gluten free meal.

How to Eat Mindfully – Anytime, Anywhere

Expert tips on how to pay attention to your meal – even when you’re multitasking at work, in your car or with the kids.

Article By: Sarah Elizabeth Richards

The idea of eating mindfully sounds like a luxury: You savor each morsel of food, breathing in its aroma, admiring its color and shape. As soon as you take a bite, you admire its taste, temperature and texture. Is it smooth or crunchy? Salty or sweet? Spicy or bland? You notice how the flavor changes as you chew your food slowly and thoroughly, setting down your fork in between bites and breathing deeply as you check in with your body to ask if it wants another. When you’re finished, you are perfectly satiated – no longer hungry, but not full and definitely not stuffed. Eating is pleasure, and you have nourished your body in compete harmony with the universe.

Sounds fabulous, right? But it also sounds like a lot of work. It’s hard to make each bite of food an extraordinary experience, especially when real life gets in the way. There are emails to be sent, bills to be paid, kids to be shuttled. Sometimes a meal has just gotta be a meal.

Yet research shows that so-called mindful eating might be helpful when working to lose weight. It helps you eat more slowly which may lead to consuming consume fewer calories, as you give your body time to signal your brain that you’ve have enough. It also helps you gain more satisfaction from your food. One recent study found that our perception or “memory” of what we eat determines how full we feel afterward, no matter how much we’ve actually consumed. How many of us have eaten in front of the computer or while watching TV, only to look up and ask, “I’m finished already?”

The challenge is to fit mindful eating into our daily lives. Experts say it’s not that hard. “We often kid ourselves about how busy we are,” explains Brian Wansink, Ph.D., professor of consumer behavior at Cornell University and author of the forthcoming Slim by Design: Mindless Eating Solutions for Everyday Life. “It takes just 15 minutes to really enjoy a meal.”

Whether you’ve got fifteen minutes or five, experts agree you can eat mindfully wherever you are. You’ll starve if you wait until the perfect time and place to get into a mindful state of mind. “You can do it anywhere,” says Lilian Cheung, R.D., a nutritionist at the Harvard School of Public Health and co-author of Savor: Mindful Eating, Mindful Life. Just use these simple strategies:

1. Focus on your food. “The key is to focus on the food itself and not get carried away by thoughts or what’s happening around you.” She suggests closing your eyes and taking one or two deep breaths to switch gears. You can do this on a park bench, at a meeting – even while in the (parked) car during a busy errand day. “Try to pull into a parking lot, where you’ll have fewer distractions,” suggests Wansink. “You’ll want to enjoy your meal as much as possible. That’s not going to happen at a stop light.”

2. Make the most of the moments you do have. “Be aware of how much time you have to eat,” urges Cheung. “If you only have 10 minutes, consider splitting your lunch into two parts. Truly savor your food, then attend your next meeting and eat the rest later.” Or in cases when that’s impossible, at least recognize that you’re not eating mindfully. “If you can’t avoid eating while driving, at least be aware that you are eating in a rush,” she says. That’s a valuable lesson, too. Over time, you’ll be able to distinguish between the two states. As you learn how much better eating mindfully feels, you’ll be more inspired to make it a priority.

3. Step away from your desk. We all know how much the French enjoy life with their supposed two-hour lunches outside the office. But sometimes you just can’t get away. Stop and step out of the cube, even if you’re just walking down the hall to the break room, advises Wansink. “People like others to think they’re so swamped they can’t possible break away,” he says. “But you’re going to get much more of a lift eating with another person than sitting at your desk surfing the Internet or looking at someone’s Facebook post of cute cats.”

4. Keep mealtimes relaxed and fun. You do the things to set up the right physical environment to support your weight-loss goals: Not keeping junk in the house. Walking past the donuts in the conference room. Avoiding buffets. Your emotional environment matters, too. Research shows that people eat faster when they’re stressed or upset. So don’t start heated arguments when you sit down to eat. Save sensitive discussion topics for after dinner, even if it means changing the subject suddenly – do it with a smile and your dinner companions will likely follow suit. Bon appétit!

Mindfully Enjoy a Poblano & Egg Breakfast Sandwich

Servings: 1


Level of Difficulty: Easy

Prep Time: 5 min

Cook Time: 7 min

PointsPlus® Value: 5


1 spray cooking spray

½ small poblano chili pepper, diced, (1/2 cup)

6 Tbsp. All Whites®

1/8 tsp. table salt

1 100% Whole Wheat Bagel Thins, lightly toasted

2 Tbsp. Weight Watchers® Shredded Reduced Fat Mexican Style Blend

1 Tbsp. salsa

1. Spray a medium nonstick skillet with cooking spray and set over medium-high heat. Add diced poblano pepper and sauté until crisp-tender. Transfer peppers to a plate when done.

2. Stir All Whites and salt in a small bowl, then stir into skillet. Cook until set, then scatter with reserved peppers. Fold into quarters.
3. Place bottom half of Bagel Thin on a plate. Place omelet on top. Sprinkle with cheese, then top with salsa and Bagel Thin top.
Yields 1 sandwich.
Notes: If you happen to have some cilantro on hand, chop some and throw it in-it will add a nice fresh touch! Poblanos are a slightly spicy pepper, but if you want to keep it tame, use bell pepper instead.

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Ingredient Guide

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Lifestyle Tips for a Healthy Heart

Adopting a healthy lifestyle will make you feel better now and can help you avoid heart problems in the future.  Try these tips to get you started on a heart-healthy way of life:


  • Enjoy more plant-based foods with each meal –even breakfast.  For example, vegetables are a great partner for egg dishes such as scrambled eggs and frittatas.  Opt for egg whites most often or combine one whole egg with the whites.  Add sliced fruit on top of cereals and aim for whole grains like oatmeal, bran, quinoa, and whole wheat breads and other starches.
  • Avoid added sugars, saturated fat, trans fat and sodium in process foods and sugary beverages.  Instead find brands that are low in each category.  Better yet, prepare meals at home so you can control the amount of fat, sugar and salt that’s in your dish.  You’ll probably save money too!
  • Be mindful of portions.  Often we eat more than the recommended serving size which can lead to unwanted calories.  Read packages to determine appropriate portion sizes.
  • Snack!  Snacks are an important part of a healthy meal plan.  They help to prevent overeating at meals by ensuring you don’t ever get “too hungry.”  Choose healthy snacks like fresh or dried fruit, raw vegetables with hummus or low-fat dip, yogurt, almonds, whole-grain granola bars or whole-grain crackers with low-fat cheese.
  • Get at least 7 hours of sleep each night.  Studies show that getting less than 6 hours of sleep per night is a risk factor for heart disease.  Avoid caffeine, nicotine and alcohol close to bed time, as well as spicy foods, as this can interrupt with sleep.
  • Exercise a total of 30 minutes per day.  You can add this into your daily routine by walking for short bursts throughout the day, taking the stairs, or adding a bit of exercise at home while you watch TV on commercial breaks.  Be creative and make it work for your lifestyle.
  • Quit smoking.  Smoking harms not only your heart, but every organ in your body.  If you’d like help, visit one of our in-store dietitians or pharmacists for advice on products that can help you quit.



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A How To Guide for New Year’s Resolutions

 5 Realistic Resolutions for 2015

1. Focus on Nutrition

The desire to quickly shed unwanted pounds can sometimes bring on some “not-so-healthy” behaviors this time of year.  Fad diets, unsafe diet supplements, and deprivation are just a few methods people try for a “quick fix.”  The reality is there is no magic bullet when it comes to weight loss.  Focus on adopting reasonable and healthy habits that you can easily incorporate into your lifestyle.  Make it a goal to:

  • Include a fruit or vegetable in every meal and snack.
  • Cut back on high-calorie, sugary beverages.  When weight loss is your goal, every calorie counts!
  • Swap out refined (white) grains for whole-grain products like whole-grain bread, pasta, cereal, brown rice, and quinoa
  • Choose lean meats, fish and poultry as well as non-meat protein sources like tofu, beans and nuts.

2. Don’t Forget to Eat

It’s true what they say, six small meals spaced throughout the day can help guide you to a healthier weight.  Skipping meals can run you off track and lead to overeating.  Aim to eat within one half hour of waking and every 2-3 hours thereafter.

3. Enjoy Family Meals

Eating dinner together is a great way to encourage the whole family to get involved in adopting healthier habits.  Make a set time for a meal and get everyone involved. Consider not only cooking together, but also getting others involved in meal planning, setting the table and even choosing a topic for dinner conversation. Dinner will go from being a meal to being a not-to-be-missed event.

4. Get Fit Together

Make exercise a group event, whether it’s with family, friends or even a team or support group. Try new exercise classes, a new walking or biking route, or even swap your favorite fitness DVDs with friends.  When it’s done together, it feels less like work and more like fun!

5. Reduce Screen Time

Spend less time in front of the TV and computer.  Did you know that the average American spends up to 5 hours a day in front of the TV and/or computer?  Swap half that time for a healthier activity such as going for a walk with a friend, taking a yoga class, preparing a healthy meal, or even relaxing with a good book.


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