Ten ingredients healthy people have in their kitchens

A wellness blogger has revealed the ingredients health fanatics could never live without if they want to eat clean.

Lily Simpson, who founded healthy food delivery service and deli chain The Detox Kitchen, says there are 10 staples that she always keeps in her cupboards at home, according to The Daily Mail.

The co-author of The Detox Kitchen Bible favours organic fare and dairy-free produce for her super-healthy diet – and of course, avocados are on her list too.

Lily’s list of top 10 foods, which she shared in a video with Tor Cardona for Sheer Luxe, to keep in stock at all times gives an insight into the virtuous eating habits of influential wellness bloggers – and it could inspire you to throw out the chocolate and replace it with brown rice, seeds and herbs instead.

ORGANIC EGGS

Fried, boiled, poached, or scrambled – but I also love to make a frittata in the evenings, it’s super quick and easy.

SEEDS

I love sunflower seeds, and pumpkin seeds. I flash fry them and chuck them into a salad, it literally transforms any salad.

KUMARA

I’m often roasting them off, and I love making a sweet potato dhal.

ORGANIC OAT MILK

I always have oat milk in my fridge. It’s a great alternative to dairy, it’s great in cereal, with tea or with coffee. It’s really great to have as a drink before you go to bed.

BROWN RICE

One of my favourite all-time salads is a brown rice salad with loads of spring onions, nuts, cucumber, and tomatoes. I have brown rice maybe five times a week.

MIXED HERBS

Just throw them into a stew or soup or salad and it will transform the dish and give it an extra boom of flavour.

CAULIFLOWER

Probably my favourite vegetable. Amazing in soups, stews, curries.

AVOCADO

Amazing on toast or on a salad or grilled is good too.

ROLLED OATS

They are my go-to breakfast. I have it as a porridge or make my own granola by covering them in golden syrup and then roasting it in the oven and then mixing with chopped nuts.

CORIANDER

It’s my favourite herb. You love it or hate it, I absolutely love it. I throw it into any salad or it’s great just chopped on a curry or in a soup.