Of Whole30 at keto, it seems that the food "trends" of the year are rejected faster than our remains. However, the trend is always to eat healthier – point to point. What you were looking for the ultimate shopping list Whole30, are intrigued by Weight Watchers Blue Apron Lunch Kitsor I just want simple tips to help you meet your healthy eating resolutionsthere are many experts to help you through the process. Nowadays, many food and wellness influencers are leading a healthy eating revolution with easy and practical kitchen hacks to make your healthier life a little easier. It's in this spirit that we've contacted some of today's leading health influencers, from Whole30 co-creator to recipe developer, to create a list of kitchen piracy without which they could not just not live. From pantry items to wholesome dupes, gadgets and cooking utensils, consider this guide as the essential essentials you need to reach your healthy eating goals.Take a look at the 13 kitchen hacks they swear:For your information, HuffPost can receive a share of the purchases made via the links on this page.

1 A healthier condiment than ketchup.

As a co-creator of Whole30, Melissa Hartwig know a thing or two about healthy cooking habits. As an entrepreneur, author and mother, she also knows that food must be both delicious and easy to prepare. "J & # 39; I a pot of mayo Primal Kitchen in the fridge at all times, "she says. "It's perfect for fast salad dressings, sauces and chicken salads."

2 A protein powder suitable for a personal trainer.

With so many different protein powder options to choose from, it can be difficult to decide what is really good for you. Trainer based in New York Brooke Mullen swear by Gnarly Vegan Protein Powder, which contains 20 grams of vegetable protein peas, cranberries and chia seeds. She mixes it with powdered peanut butter, cinnamon, chia seeds, a pinch of sea salt and water to get a spread. "I've eaten it as is, or added it to a banana, toast, oatmeal or rice cake for a quick, hearty and healthy snack or breakfast," says Mullen .

3 The mixer of all mixers.

"A powerful mixer, like a Vitamixis the only household product that I can not do without, "says nutritionist and health coach Kelley LeVeque. She uses it to whip her # Fab4smoothie, coffees, as well as salad dressings and dips.

4 A classic, high spice.

When it comes to spices, salt is underestimated, but it is an indispensable pantry in the eyes of the writer, photographer and recipe developer. Liz Moody . "A good quality mineral salt (I love it True salt) adds a subtle and sugar-free sweetness to the dishes and enhances all the aromas, "she says. "I think the number one mistake most home cooks make is to under-season and salt their food, making what you eat less satisfying, which makes you eat more."

5 A pan that would make your grandmother proud.

For recipe developer Rachel Mansfield, cooking is his time to relax and experiment. "My kitchen is my sanctuary," she says. "Although many of them may be obsessed with their closets and their shoe collection, I am here to count my nut butter pots and the number of speckled bowls I have for the photos." she prefers to stick to the essential. A durable cast iron skillet is one of his best cooking and cooking tools, and has made appearances in his recipes for lamb burgers and falafels.

6 A water filter that has a worship after.

Nutritionist Courtney Swan swear by the Berkey water filter for his cooking. "It's the best water filter out there," she says. "I use it to drink water, cook and even for my dog's water."

7 A fashionable kitchen gadget that is here to stay.

If you did not jump on the Instant pot game to date, New York Times bestselling author and paleo guru Robb Wolf could convince you. "The Instant Pot is an essential part of cooking," he says. "You can cook under pressure, cook slowly [and] use it as a liner. This will simplify your cooking by allowing you to cook in advance or just as you need your meal. "

8 One way to get the last drop of citrus.

For Amanda Kloots, celebrity trainer, former Broadway dancer and Radio City Rockette, a lemon squeezer is all she needs to start her day well. "I put lemon in everything, especially in the water, in the morning," she says. "It helps boost your metabolism, helps your skin, moisturizes your body and cleanses your liver." When life gives you lemons, use them until the last drop.

9 A carpet to clean in a jiffy.

These silicone cooking mats extend the life of your baking sheets by protecting them from stains, grease and cooked foods. Ambassador of well-being and mother Nicole Modic (aka "kalejunkie") like to use Silpat cooking mats. "It's greener than using [baking] paper, and it helps the treats to cook more evenly, "she says.

10 A smoothie maker who deserves his place on the counter.

"I can not live without my NutriBullet. I use it at least three times a day, "says Taylor Walker, certified personal trainer, holistic health coach, fitness model and new mother. She uses her own to make smoothies, as well as coffee drinks, soups and dips. Her trick is to keep frozen organic berries on hand to prepare a delicious healthy breakfast or treat at any time.

11 A tool to get the most out of your fruits and spices.

New York Times bestselling author Daphne Oz's the essential of cooking is a microplan. "[It’s] Perfect for adding that finishing touch with fresh zest, garlic, ginger, horseradish or spices, "she says.

12 A sauce waiting that would make you proud.

Most standard tomato sauces are filled with useless ingredients, such as added sugar. Elizabeth Stein, Founder and CEO of Purely Elizabeth, swears by Homemade Arrabbiata sauce from Rao for a quick and easy meal in the evening because of its all-natural ingredients. Her Instagram stories feature this sauce with cauliflower gnocchi for a delicious and nutritious dinner.

13 A staple to quickly prepare healthy, high quality meals.

Diane Sanfilippo, two-time New York Times bestselling author and certified nutrition consultant, always keeps some boxes of wild salmon and tuna in his pantry to prepare salmon cakes or tuna salad unanimously for a quick lunch or a light dinner.

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