Keep a variety of nuts and seeds on hand at all times.  Sprinkle them on top of salads to add a different twist.

Fats help transport fat soluble vitamins.  Next time you cook Vitamin A rich carrots or spinach, add organic butter or coconut oil and this will aid absorption. This prevents vitamin and nutritional deficiencies.

Buy avocados a few days ahead – often they need a few days to ripen.  They are a great
way to add healthy fats to salads and sandwiches.

Coconut oil is a thermogenic food, which means that it burns body fat once metabolised. It
bypasses the liver and is used immediately by the body for energy.  This can facilitate weight loss, boost metabolism and increase overall vitality.

Keep flax seed oil in the fridge and drizzle it over salads and stews to increase your Omega 3 intake.

Always look for unrefined oils, first cold pressing, and extra virgin oils (produced by physical means and without chemicals).