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What’s On My Thrive Market Grocery List

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If you’re not familiar with Thrive Market, think of it as a Whole Foods meet Costco with delivery straight to your door (this post explains the concept). I love Thrive Market for my pantry staples so I thought it would be fun to share some of my Thrive Market grocery list.
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  1. Kick-Ass Allergy Seasonal Rescue
    As a chronic seasonal allergy sufferer who is also super sensitive to Benadryl and the sorts, this supplement caught my eye. It’s from a family owned business out of Colorado, non GMO, and boasts non-drowsy properties. A blend of herbs are delivered via a pump system to help provide relief for allergy suffers. WishGarden also makes Deep Stress Adrenal, Kick-Ass Immune Activator, Deep Lung & Bronchial Support, and Sleepy Nights & Fresh Mornings blends that you can find on Thrive Market too.
  2. Thrive Market Fish Oil
    After reading some reviews about how there’s no fishy aftertaste and that this actually tastes good, I’m going to take the chance. It’s non-GMO, wild caught, and sustainably harvested serving up 1,370mg of omega-3s per serving. Fish oil and omega-3s are a natural triglyceride that helps support brain, vision, and heart health!
  3. Thrive Market Sweet Orange Essential Oils
    Now that I’m working from home and staying at home all day & every day (seriously #stayinside), I’m running through my essential oil collection way faster than normal. Thrive Market has great essential oils made with the highest quality, organic and non-GMO ingredients. They’re also super affordable! I love sweet orange during the day but might also stock up on Rosemary (doing a little quarantine hair growth project, I’ll report back soon) and Eucalyptus for bath time.
  4. Everything Bagel Spice Blend
    I haven’t mustered up the courage to go to Trader Joe’s with everything going on so this is a great way to get one of my favorites safely delivered directly to me! Sesame seeds, onion, sea salt, poppy seeds, garlic, and ground black pepper all combine to really give your morning plate a little flair.
  5. Organic Jalapeño Relish
    I have been on such a sandwich kick recently and the second I saw this, I knew I needed it in my life. The description mentions jalapeño peppers, apple cider vinegar, mustard seed, and celery seed combine for the perfect combo of tangy & sweet with a little heat. I can taste it already!
  6. Organic Freezer Pops
    I’m trying really hard to eat healthy & cleaner foods but with the weather getting warmer, I’ve been craving frosé and let’s face it – I already want to drink every day of this quarantine, I don’t need another reason. While these guys are completely non-alcoholic, they also don’t have any sugars added. Made with 100% fruit juice they came in three flavors – Strawberry Lemonade, Concord Grape, and Fruit Punch. Hopefully once my afternoon rooftop yoga practice becomes a routine, I can reward myself with one of these cool treats.
  7. Shakshuka Sauce
    OMG. There’s this place, Morning Glory, in Little Italy San Diego that has this AMAZING shakshuka dish that I dream of (also don’t skip their Khachapuri) but since the line is always like three hours long and we’re not currently able to dine in restaurants, my dreams will have to stay dreams. Trade Joe’s has this delicious little shakshuka frozen breakfast sauce that you add a couple eggs to that normally holds over my Morning Glory cravings but since I’m not going to a Trader Joe’s anytime soon, I can’t wait to try this out! With clean ingredients like tomatoes, roasted peppers, onions, extra virgin olive oil, cilantro, garlic, parsley, spices, and salt, this sauce easily joins eggs and some toast for an awesome start to any day!
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