Inside Look At My Madison Grocery Store Shopping Tour!

grocery_bagOne of the more popular services I provide is a 60 minute grocery store shopping tour in which I take people into the world of lies, deceptions, and temptations, known as the grocery store!  The store is the place where billions of advertising dollars, 10,000’s of products, hundreds of chemicals, and strategically designed layout, all come together into one big place!

If eating were considered a war, the grocery store is the forefront battle ground.  It is where the battle of the bulge and health and sickness is waged.  I think that is why I am so passionate about teaching people how to shop, not only smart, but healthy.  After someone leaves the tour, they have been empowered to make the wise choices, set a good example to their kids, and have the tools necessary to stock the fridge and pantry with wholesome foods.

Click here if you want a complete shopping list that you can take with you the next time you go shopping.

Recently Kim Sveum, of ABC news asked me to join her in the store as I hit on some of the main topics at the grocery store!

Kim Sveum has been blogging about her experiences the past 5 weeks going through my program.  The final results are in (you will have to wait a bit longer to see it on TV), but all I can say is WOW!  You won’t believe how much she lost in just 5 weeks!  Click here to read all her blog posts.


  1. Love this series and Kim’s blog! Thank you Kim and Dustin!!!


  1. […] When you open up your pantry at home, are you likely to find Monosodium Glutamate Xanthan Gum, or Disodium Guanylate?  Probably not, but if you have commercial ranch dressing in your refrigerator, those are the exact ingredients you’re getting, in addition to 17 others.  One question I try to ask myself is, if I were to make this product at home, would I use these ingredients?  If not, it’s probably not a good purchase.  I don’t even know how to pronounce Disodium Guanylate and I highly doubt Dustin goes looking for this item on his grocery store tours.  […]

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