Digest Diet Shopping List: Days 5-9

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Use this shopping list for days 5-9 of the Digest Diet during the Fade away portion of the plan. (Click the image to enlarge and print.)

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32 thoughts on “Digest Diet Shopping List: Days 5-9

  1. I bought the book, it sent me here for the shopping list, can’t read it!  Why wasn’t it in the book??

  2. I am 45 years old and last year had lost 25lbs on a doctor supervised diet for my son’s wedding in November (I was still 25lbs overweigh but looked a little better).  By June 2012 I had already gained the weight back plus an additional 10lbs. I was now at the weight that I was the day I delivered by oldest son.  Horrified I tried eveything!  In the past year I have been on a low carb diet, diet pills, shake diets, name it and exercising 3-5 times a week and never had results. Not even 2 lbs! I went to the my regular doctor who ran hormone tests, regular blood work, thyroid and food allergy tests and could not find anything wrong.  Even my cholesterol was fine.  I was getting so frustrated and was about to give up when I saw the the Digest Diet being profiled on Good Morning America this past Monday, November 5th.  I immediately went out and bought the book and here I am.  Feeling sooooooo great!  I cannot believe this and I am thrilled about how I am learning to eat and eat the proper way.  I love the food and am not craving sugar or salt.  I cannot wait to incorporate your recipes for Thanksgiving into our Thanksgiving Meal this year.  Thank you Liz Vaccariello!!! I still have about 50lbs to go bu am looking so forward to changing my food lifestyle.  The hope is 

  3. I am 45 years old and last year had lost 25lbs on a doctor supervised diet for my son’s wedding in November (I was still 25lbs overweigh but looked a little better).  By June 2012 I had already gained the weight back plus an additional 10lbs. I was now at the weight that I was the day I delivered by oldest son.  Horrified I tried eveything!  In the past year I have been on a low carb diet, diet pills, shake diets, name it and exercising 3-5 times a week and never had results. Not even 2 lbs! I went to the my regular doctor who ran hormone tests, regular blood work, thyroid and food allergy tests and could not find anything wrong.  Even my cholesterol was fine.  I was getting so frustrated and was about to give up when I saw the the Digest Diet being profiled on Good Morning America this past Monday, November 5th.  I immediately went out and bought the book and here I am.  Feeling sooooooo great!  I cannot believe this and I am thrilled about how I am learning to eat and eat the proper way.  I love the food and am not craving sugar or salt.  I cannot wait to incorporate your recipes for Thanksgiving into our Thanksgiving Meal this year.  Thank you Liz Vaccariello!!! I still have about 50lbs to go bu am looking so forward to changing my food lifestyle.  The hope is to complete the weight loss by March 2013. 

    1. I bought the book after seeing it on GMA as well and also am enjoying it. A bit of planning but love the food and menus!

  4. 1.  I didn’t read anything about drinking tea.  Is anyone else drinking unsweetened tea in place of water?

    2.  What if you don’t drink milk?  In place can you drink almond milk?
    3.  Is non-fat cottage cheese ok to replace ricotta?

    This is day one and I’m very excited and loving all the food options!

  5. I think this diet and website are amazing!  I love that you have a shopping list for each phase ~ makes it so simple.  The book is wonderful, so easy to read and navigate.  Thank you!!

  6. I think this diet and website are amazing!  I love that you have a shopping list for each phase ~ makes it so simple.  The book is wonderful, so easy to read and navigate.  Thank you!!

  7. I think this diet and website are amazing!  I love that you have a shopping list for each phase ~ makes it so simple.  The book is wonderful, so easy to read and navigate.  Thank you!!

  8. I can’t get the grocery lists large enough to read. Don’t havee a printer that will work with my ATT Pentach tablet and just wanted to write out the list. To fuzzy andsmall to read.

  9. I can’t get the grocery lists large enough to read. Don’t havee a printer that will work with my ATT Pentach tablet and just wanted to write out the list. To fuzzy andsmall to read.

  10. Can I split the 2 cup serving of Italian Shrimp and Vegetable Soup into two servings? I have had gastric bypass and cannot eat 2 cups of food at a time.

  11. just started yesterday.  On day 2.  so far I loved the strawberry almond shake and the kale and Chick pea soup!

  12. I can’t get the shopping list for days 5-9 to enlarge and print.
    Mary Ann

  13. Also had trouble printing…Kept getting a runt time error (Visual C++ something or other.)
    Switched to MFirefox…still had trouble but no error so I was then able to copy list and paste into a Word Doc

    1. Non Fat greek yogurt – you can get it by the other yogurts.  It is really thick like sour cream.  It’s really just strained yogurt. 

  14. i had trouble too printing journal and shopping list…but it appears to print fine if you scroll to the lower middle of the page where the arrows appear and page numbers. If I click on the picture of the printer there it works fine. Hope this helps. 

  15. i had trouble too printing journal and shopping list…but it appears to print fine if you scroll to the lower middle of the page where the arrows appear and page numbers. If I click on the picture of the printer there it works fine. Hope this helps. 

  16. I’m having a hard time finding crackers that fit the criteria-  30 cal, 2 g fiber per serving.  What brand have you found that fits?

    1.  The only crackers we’ve been able to find that fit it fairly closely are Rye Crisps (pretty tasty, actually!)

    2. Boy, I hear ya. I spent quite a bit of time yesterday reading boxes of crackers in the health aisle and in the regular cracker aisle………..in two stores. I finally opted for Wasa Hearty Crispbread, both in the health aisle and in the bread aisle. It has 45 calories and 2 grams of fiber per slice. It’s made with 100% whole grain. The slices are big, so you can use less than a whole slice to cut calories, but then you also cut fiber. Have to say it was very yummy with the natural pnut butter spread on it. I made the 1 t. spread over the whole thing, so it was thin, but tasted great. That and other items on this diet have made me realize I don’t need to slather so much stuff for it to taste good. A little dab will do ya!

    3. Boy, I hear ya. I spent quite a bit of time yesterday reading boxes of crackers in the health aisle and in the regular cracker aisle………..in two stores. I finally opted for Wasa Hearty Crispbread, both in the health aisle and in the bread aisle. It has 45 calories and 2 grams of fiber per slice. It’s made with 100% whole grain. The slices are big, so you can use less than a whole slice to cut calories, but then you also cut fiber. Have to say it was very yummy with the natural pnut butter spread on it. I made the 1 t. spread over the whole thing, so it was thin, but tasted great. That and other items on this diet have made me realize I don’t need to slather so much stuff for it to taste good. A little dab will do ya!

    4. Boy, I hear ya. I spent quite a bit of time yesterday reading boxes of crackers in the health aisle and in the regular cracker aisle………..in two stores. I finally opted for Wasa Hearty Crispbread, both in the health aisle and in the bread aisle. It has 45 calories and 2 grams of fiber per slice. It’s made with 100% whole grain. The slices are big, so you can use less than a whole slice to cut calories, but then you also cut fiber. Have to say it was very yummy with the natural pnut butter spread on it. I made the 1 t. spread over the whole thing, so it was thin, but tasted great. That and other items on this diet have made me realize I don’t need to slather so much stuff for it to taste good. A little dab will do ya!

  17. I get only a BLACK screen when I try to print the shopping list.

  18. I get only a BLACK screen when I try to print the shopping list.

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