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    17 Of The Best Natural Foods You Can Get At Walmart

    Why go back to nature when you can go to Walmart?

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    1. A jar of golden milk powder so you can greet the dawn with a cup of anti-inflammatory and mood-boosting tea. "Good morning, world! I too am brightening up."

    It has a blend of turmeric, date palm fruit, cardamon seed, ashwagandha root, vanilla bean, black pepper root, and organic malodextrin made to be stirred in with the warm milk of your choice. Golden milk is a staple within the Ayurvedic tradition of holistic healing, and has been enjoyed for over 4000 years, so it's definitely worth checking out! Might not be the most health-minded suggestion, but I recommend mixing some of this into a cup of hot chocolate and preparing for a transcendent experience.

    Price: $16.69

    2. A 12-pack of non-GMO nitro cold brew for the mornings when you need to concentrate more on getting out the d*mn door and down to business.

    These cans are filled with two ingredients, purified water and organic coffee, which is how it should always be!

    Promising review: "This is the best cold brew I've ever had. It's smooth and refreshing, and you should be stocking it." —Johnny

    Price: $35

    3. A two-pound tub of chia seeds that belongs on your yogurts, in your smoothies, and anywhere else that needs a dash of Omega-3s.

    Promising review: "Chia seeds are considered a super food and I really like that these Chia seeds are non-GMO verified and USDA-certified organic. I also like the container they come in, because chia is usually sold in bags which are difficult to seal correctly. Plus, a plastic tablespoon comes in the container, which is super handy and perfect because a tablespoon is the serving size. I have used these chia seeds in my yogurt, smoothies, oatmeal, on ice cream, in homemade granola bars, and I've put them in steamed rice (to give it just a tiny crunch while adding fiber and nutrients), and find them to be of high quality." —Maryl

    Price: $8.94

    4. A box of Banza elbow pasta to turn a bowl of the 'sta from your once-in-a-while delight into the macronutrient-dense meal you never think twice about.

    If you haven't tried Banza yet, take one BuzzFeeder's passionate review of the pasta to heart and give it a whirl.

    Promising review: "Wasn’t sure how this pasta was going to taste, and perform, as the pasta for my meatballs and sauce. We were pleasantly surprised. This pasta retained its shape, and tasted good! Bought it for the protein content. Will definitely purchase again!" —Dotter

    Price: $11.78

    5. A pack of organic granola with dark chocolate and red berries for all the joy of eating one of those Fancy Cereals, but without milk, a spoon, etc. to slow you down.


    Promising review: "This is the best granola made! It's delicious, nutritious, and has less sugar than most other granolas." —KarenB

    Price: $3.68

    6. Or a six-pack of chocolate chip granola bars you know your mom would be proud to see you keeping on hand. "Have you eaten? Oh, I see you can anywhere with those."

    Promising review: "I don't normally eat granola bars, because they're typically loaded with unnecessary sugar and ingredients I can't pronounce. But, what caught my eye about these is they only have seven ingredients and I can pronounce each one. Besides that, they're crunchy, delicious, and not overly sweet. I felt good about sharing them with my kids (who, by the way, loved them too)." —shop23914

    Price: $2.99

    7. A tub of tri-color organic quinoa that just might replace rice and/or bread as your go-to carb.

    Promising review: "This quinoa is pretty to look at, and very tasty for a seed closely related to beetroot, amaranth, and spinach. I like the softness of this hearty seed, and it has a good amount of protein and fiber per serving, so I feel full long after eating it." —CaseyMom

    Price: $13.31

    8. A USDA-certified organic superfoods powder so you can add 40 greens, grains, sprouts, fruits, and veggies to your diet and still have room in your kitchen for literally anything else.

    Promising review: "I love that there's hardly any sugar in this product, but it still tastes so yummy and it's not hard on my stomach. I get sick often, due to lots of traveling for work and a intense workout regimen, but taking this has boosted my immune system and makes me feel more energized (and less run down by my busy lifestyle). A+." —nbaeirbv

    Price: $14.98

    9. A bag of allergy-friendly dark chocolate chips, because you're just trying to bake cookies for your kid to take to school, but who knows what their classmates can and can't eat, gosh.

    More than cookies, you can melt these into an allergy-friendly chocolate spread or toss them into your oatmeal; the possibilities are endless, like the glory of chocolate.

    Promising review: "I use these every day! They're yummy and don't hurt your tummy." —KRISTIN

    Price: $4.88

    10. A box of vegan and gluten-free mac and cheese so you never have to give up your childhood favorite, even though you now have Adult-Ass dietary restrictions.

    Promising review: "I was pleasantly surprised by this vegan mac & cheese, after trying other brands that were quite underwhelming. It's very creamy and actually tastes cheesy!" —Kelly

    Price: $2.08

    11. A bottle of 100% pure maple syrup for anyone who wants the pièce de résistance for their pancakes and doesn't want to take a bucket into the woods to get it.


    Promising review: "Since beginning my organic lifestyle, I've realized how difficult it is to buy everything we need and want, so I'm very happy Walmart carries this sort of thing. This is a great syrup I can feel good about using, and you won't be disappointed with its flavor!" —naturalchick

    Price: $5.98

    12. A jar of chocolate peanut butter powder that's more versatile than the Standard Version of your beloved spread and just as delicious (with the added bonus of chocolate, what a deal).

    You can use this powder as a substitute for flour in baked goods, an alternative to protein powder in your shakes, and just sprinkle it on anything that would be improved by chocolatey-peanut-buttery goodness.

    Promising review: "This PB is just shy of perfection; it tastes that great. I put this is my morning shakes and it adds that perfect touch while giving extra protein that keeps me full for longer. The only con is that it doesn't come in a larger size, and I run out of this much quicker and am left wanting more. If you are looking for a chocolate peanut butter, but don't want the calories, try this." —NcGal83

    Price: $6.94

    13. Or a jar of SunButter, a soy-free and peanut-free spread made of sunflower seeds so you don't have to miss out on the PB&J experience even though you developed an allergy in your mid-twenties.

    Promising review: "Our household has peanut sensitivities, so we gave this product a try and IT IS EXCELLENT! It's quickly become our house's favorite spread. We try and tried other products, but always come back to SunButter and we have never been disappointed!" —mamaistired

    Price: $5.98

    14. A 10-pack of stage-1 food made of JUST organic sweet potatoes, because your Littlest Sweet Potato isn't ready to handle a bunch of ingredients even you can't pronounce.

    Since Beech-Nut essentially sells purees of whole fruits and vegetables, I've seen people use their products for baking and stews. Of course, they're made for babies, but adults are just babies the world forces to wear pants and get jobs, tbh.

    Promising review: "My little lady loved her jar of this and cried when there wasn't any more left. I often feel guilty that I don't have more time to be a 'Pinterest mom' and make her food, and it makes me feel better that (at least) I'm giving her the best of store-bought." —Mommyonthego

    Price: $12.24

    15. A bag of restaurant-style tortilla chips for a USDA-certified organic crunch you don't have to worry about filling up on before your entree arrives.

    Of course, you can't eat organic chips without organic salsa!

    Promising review: "These are great chips! They're organic with very simple ingredients, light and crispy, aren't too salty, and have a great, limey zing." —Chrismacx2

    Price: $2.98

    16. A can of lentil vegetable soup just like your grandma used to make, if your grandma was clued-in on the All Natural Life.

    Promising review: "Convenient, good flavor and good quality, and goes great with many dishes." —Cake999

    Price: $2.37

    17. And a buttery coconut oil that a million vegans prayed for and dreamt of, until it finally appeared, ready for your kitchen.

    I bought a jar of this as soon as I found out it existed and my breakfasts have improved beyond measure!

    Promising review: "I use this to cook eggs, when sautéing veggies, on toast, so many ways. I love the buttery taste and I got all my friends hooked on it!" —Marilyn

    Price: $11.87

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