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Best Healthiest Finds

Here you will find all the best deals on the healthiest products that Costco has to offer.

Last Updated : 12/04/2020

Snacks

Organic Hemp Hearts (Hulled Hemp Seeds Meaning Fibrous Shell Removed)

Macros

  • Serving size: 30g (3 tbsp)
  • 180 Calories
  • 15g Fat
  • 1g Carb (1g fiber, 0g sugar)
  • 10g Protein

Ingredients

Organic hulled hemp seeds.

Why You Should Grab Some:

Hemp seeds are one of the healthiest things you can put into your body.

Hemp protein is one of the few plant-based proteins that’s actually complete, meaning it contains adequate amounts of all nine of the essential amino acids. It’s also one of the easiest proteins for your body to digest and the bioavailability is extremely high.

They’re also extremely rich in other nutrients such as phosphorus, potassium, sodium, magnesium, sulfur, calcium, iron, zinc and omega-3 fatty acids.

This price at Costco is INCREDIBLE. At $0.60 per ounce, that’s about HALF of what Whole Foods charges for the exact same product (they charge $1.08 per ounce).


Sprouted Organic Pumpkin Seeds

Macros

  • Serving size: 28g (1/4 cup)
  • 160 Calories
  • 15g Fat
  • 5g Carb (2g fiber, 0g sugar)
  • 7g protein

Ingredients

Pumpkin Seeds

Why You Should Grab Some:

We don’t know why pumpkin seeds aren’t talked about more. They are truly one of the most potent superfoods in existence. They are loaded with vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, and protein. There’s even evidence to support that they produce better sleep, can lower blood sugar, and help certain conditions affecting the bladder and prostate. Anyone can benefit from adding some pumpkins seeds into their diet.


Macadamia Nuts (Kirkland Brand)

Macros

  • Serving size: 28g (1 oz cup)
  • 230 Calories
  • 24g Fat
  • 4g Carb (2g fiber, 1g sugar, 0g added sugar)
  • 2g Protein

Ingredients

Macadamia nuts.

Why You Should Grab Some:

Macadamia are delicious, plus they are loaded vitamins, minerals, fiber, antioxidants, and healthy fats. The only real downside to macadamia nuts is their high price tag, but Costco has them for the amazing price of $0.83 per ounce. As a point of reference, they can be upwards of $1.60 at Whole Foods, about DOUBLE the price.


Purely Elizabeth Organic Grain-free Granola

Macros

  • Serving size: 30g (1/3 cup)
  • 170 Calories
  • 13g Fat
  • 9g Carb (2g fiber, 5g sugar, 5g added sugar)
  • 5g Protein

Ingredients

Organic pumpkin seeds, organic sunflower seeds, organic cashews, organic coconut sugar, organic almonds, organic coconut flakes, organic almond butter, organic medium chain triglyceride oil from coconuts, organic chia seeds, organic cinnamon, sea salt, organic vanilla extract.

Why You Should Grab Some:

One of the few granolas (grain free or otherwise) that’s actually healthy and not loaded with sugar. Amazing if you’re paleo, and even acceptable for keto as well (just don’t go overboard as there is some coconut sugar).


Fats/Oils

Chosen Foods Avocado Oil Spray

Macros

  • Serving size: 1 TBSP (15 ml)
  • 130 Calories
  • 14g Fat
  • 0g Carb
  • 0g Protein

Ingredients

Avocado oil

Why You Should Grab Some:

Chosen foods is one of the few brands of avocado oil on the market today that is actually real avocado oil. A recent study by UC Davis revealed that up to 82% of avocado oil on the market today is fake – in many cases, it turned out to be soybean oil! YUCK! When it comes to REAL avocado oil, there isn’t a better brand in existence. Plus, this spray is propellant free (many times, these pressurized spray bottles use a nasty chemical propellant). If your costco has this, grab some! Grate for spraying baking trays and write racks, pans, etc.


Good Foods Organic Avocado Mash

Macros

  • Serving size: 1 package (57g)
  • 90 Calories
  • 8g Fat
  • 5g Carb (4g fiber, 0g sugar)
  • 1g Protein

Ingredients

Hass avocados, lemon juice, salt, black pepper.

Why You Should Grab Some:

Finding perfectly ripe avocado can be quite a challenge. Worse yet, once it ripens, you have to use it IMMEDIATELY before it goes bad. The fridge can only buy you a day or two tops. The solution to this age old problem? These nifty little avocado single serve packets. They last weeks in the fridge, because they’re vacuum sealed. And since you only open one at a time as needed, the rest stay fresh. This leaves you with on demand, perfectly ripe (and seasoned) avocado that’s ready right when you need it. Why did it take so long for something like this to come to market?! It solves such an obvious problem.


Dairy

Parmeggiano Reggiano

Macros

  • Serving size: 100g (1 cup)
  • 402 Calories
  • 29.7g Fat
  • 0g Carb
  • 32.4g Protein

Ingredients

Parmeggiano reggiano cheese

Why You Should Grab Some:

Not from pasture raised or grass fed cows, but the price can’t be beat. Taste is awesome as well.


Galbani Organic String Cheese

Macros

  • Serving size: 28g (1 serving)
  • 80 Calories
  • 6g Fat
  • 1g Carb
  • 7g Protein

Ingredients

Pasteurized organic milk, cheese cultures, salt, enzymes.

Why You Should Grab Some:

A fantastic price on low moisture mozzarella string cheese. Not from grass fed cows, but at least it’s organic. Oh, and it tastes incredible.


Pantry Items

RAO’s Marinara Sauce

Macros

  • Serving size: 113g (1/2 cup)
  • 80 Calories
  • 7g Fat
  • 3g Carb (1g fiber, 3g sugar, 0g added sugar)
  • 4g Protein

Ingredients

Italian whole peeled tomatoes (peeled tomatoes, tomato puree, salt, basil leaf), olive oil, onions, salt, garlic, basil, black pepper, oregano.

Why You Should Grab Some:

he king of premade marinara sauces that uses nothing but the highest quality ingredients and tastes amazing. The tomatoes are not organic/non-GMO, however, they are peeled. This process will remove all the most of the nasty stuff, so they make the list.


Wild Four Maple Syrup (Need ingredients)

Macros

  • Serving size: 2 TBSP (30 ml)
  • 100 Calories
  • 0g Fat
  • 27g Carb (0g fiber, 24g sugar)
  • 0g Protein

Ingredients

Maple syrup

Why You Should Grab Some:

An incredibly delicious, high quality maple syrup. Paleo baking enthusiasts will love this.


Organic Diced Tomatoes

Macros

  • Serving size: 126g (1/2 cup)
  • 30 Calories
  • 0g Fat
  • 6g Carb (1g fiber, 3g sugar, 0g added sugar)
  • 1g Protein

Ingredients

Organic Tomatoes, Organic Tomato Juice, Citric Acid, sea salt, calcium chloride

Why You Should Grab Some:

A fantastic deal on diced tomatoes.


Lakanto Monkfruit Sweetener

Macros

  • Serving size: 8g (2 tsb)
  • 0 Calories
  • 0g Fat
  • 0g Carb
  • 0g Protein

Ingredients

Erythritol, monk fruit extract.

Why You Should Grab Some:

A great price for the most popular keto sweetener.


Chosen Foods 100% Avocado Oil Classic Mayo

Macros

  • Serving size: 14g (1 TBSP)
  • 100 Calories
  • 11g Fat
  • 0g Carb
  • 0g Protein

Ingredients

Avocado oil, cage-free egg yolks, filtered water, organic cage-free whole eggs, organic distilled white vinegar, organic mustard (distilled organic vinegar, water, organic mustard seed, salt, organic spices), salt, organic rosemary extract.

Why You Should Grab Some:

Chosen foods is one of the few brands of avocado oil on the market today that is actually real avocado oil. A recent study by UC Davis revealed that up to 82% of avocado oil on the market today is fake – in many cases, it turned out to be soybean oil! YUCK! This is a top notch mayonnaise, better than anything else you’ll find on the market.


Produce

Organic Blueberries

Macros

  • Serving size: 100g (1 cup)
  • 57 Calories
  • 0.3g Fat
  • 14.5g Carb (2.4g fiber, 10g sugar)
  • 0.7g Protein

Ingredients

Organic blueberries

Why You Should Grab Some:

Blueberries are one of the most antioxidant, nutrient rich foods around. And even though they are deliciously sweet, they are a low GI food, meaning they won’t spike your blood sugar. Shockingly, however, the price is often better at Whole Foods. So, if you need to run to Whole Foods anyway, skip these from Costco and grab them at Whole Foods.


Proteins (Meats, Seafood, Etc.)

100% Grass-Fed Beef Patties

Macros

  • Serving size: 1 patty (151g/5.3oz)
  • 380 Calories
  • 30g Fat
  • 0g Carb
  • 26g Protein

Ingredients

Beef

Why You Should Grab Some:

Costco doesn’t always have these, but when they do, they’re a steal. Nothing will ever compare to grinding your own meat at home, but if you’re just looking for something cheap and effective, these can’t be beat. Whole Foods sells their organic grass fed beef for about 75% more ($3.98/lb at Costco compared to $6.99/lb at Whole Foods)


Citterio 18 Month Prosciutto Di Parma

Macros

  • Serving size: 100g
  • 241 Calories
  • 15g Fat
  • 0.1g Carb ( 0.1g sugar)
  • 26.5g Protein
  • 4.6g Salt

Ingredients

Pork, salt

Why You Should Grab Some:

This prosciutto is from Italy. European food law standards are generally a lot higher than they are in the USA, and I believe this product is non-GMO (although not sure). It’s also nitrate/nitrite free, delicious, and at an absolute unbeatable price.


Wild Sockeye Salmon

Macros

  • Serving size: 140g (1 fillet)
  • 240 Calories
  • 13g Fat
  • 0g Carb
  • 30g Protein

Ingredients

Salmon

Why You Should Grab Some:

Unbeatable price on wild caught salmon, and salmon as you probably know is an extremely healthy source of omega 3 fatty acids.


Pasture Raised Grass-fed Beef

Macros

  • Serving size: 100g
  • 250 Calories
  • 20 Fat
  • 0g Carb
  • 17g Protein

Ingredients

Beef

Why You Should Grab Some:

The price and availability for grass fed ground beef at Costco can vary a lot, so you've been warned. A bit more common are the grass fed frozen hamburger patties, which are the cheapest. They are 80/20 lean to fat ratio. These listed here, however, are 85/15 and a bit more costly. The reason for this is probably because the cows are pasture raised, or close to it. They are labeled as "free roaming, never confined to feed lots". This means a better living conditions for the cow and more nutrition for you.


Carbohydrates

Organic Thai Brown Noodles

Macros

  • Serving size: 56g (2 oz)
  • 200 Calories
  • 1.5g Fat
  • 44g Carb (3g fiber, 0g sugar)
  • 4 g protein

Ingredients

Organic brown rice flour, water

Why You Should Grab Some:

An alternative to the popular Jovial Foods brown rice noodles. They’re labeled as “Thai” noodles because of their slightly flattened, not perfectly round shape. Delicious and great bargain. They’re a bit cheaper than Jovial Foods brown rice pasta as well at $0.25 per ounce (Jovial Foods is $0.35 per ounce at Whole Foods).


Barnana Organic Ridge Cut Plantain Chips

Macros

  • Serving size: 28g (1 oz)
  • 150 Calories
  • 9g Fat
  • 17g Carb (1g fiber, 0g sugar)
  • 1g Protein

Ingredients

Organic plantains, organic coconut oil, himilayan pink salt.

Why You Should Grab Some:

Barnana is the only maker of plantain chips that are not fried in highly processed, toxic and inflammatory vegetable oil. Using only 3 extremely clean ingredients, these are an amazing snack food of complex carbohydrates, high quality fat, and MCTs (coconut oil is 20% MCT). MCTs are high quality fats that turn into ketones in the bloodstream and rapidly deliver energy to the brain. However, be warned about these chips: They’re incredibly delicious and HIGHLY addictive. Once you start, it’s almost impossible to put these down.


Lotus Organic Millet/Brown Rice Ramen Noodles

Macros

  • Serving size: 1/2 piece (35 g)
  • 15g fat
  • 120 Calories
  • 1.5g Fat
  • 23g Carb (2g fiber, 0g sugar)
  • 4g Protein

Ingredients

Organic brown rice flour, organic millet flour

Why You Should Grab Some:

Another great option for organic brown rice noodles. These are ramen noodles meaning they’re extremely thinly cut.