Thursday, January 9, 2014

Steps to My Simple Clean Eating Plan

Define Clean Eating to You

  • Get rid of the chemicals by reducing the amount of processed foods
  • No more whites - sugar, white flour, white rice
  • Eat Healthy grains - wild rice, kasha, barley, quinoa, Ezekiel bread (Trader Joes)
  • More healthy fats -- real butter, whole eggs, raw nuts, avocado, coconut oil
  • Treat yourself - but define when and how often
  • Stick to foods with only 5 to 6 ingredients
  • Organic fruits and vegies
  • Stick to non-starch, low-carb vegies -- mushrooms, okra, celery, zuchinni, spinach, kale (GREEN!)
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Clean out fridge and pantry

Revamp your pantry and cupboards to align with your clean eating goals. This action not only declutters your physical space but also clears the path for a decluttered, wholesome diet.

Purge your kitchen of items that don't serve your clean eating mission and make room for the foods that do. This simple act can help you break free from old, unhealthy eating habits.

Keep only the foods on your list of clean eating foods.

Reorganize your food can enhance your awareness. When healthy choices are more visible and easily accessible, you're more likely to reach for them. This can be a game-changer when it comes to overcoming old eating patterns.

Organized pantry without junk food.

Throw out anything that says Fat Free (except Greek yogurt) - Fat free is bad for you! 

Cleaning out the pantry.

Research and plan your menu

Grocery shop & prep once week.

Stock up on frozen fruits and vegetables. They are more likely to have retained more nutrients since they are frozen at their freshest. Read the labels as some frozen produce has added sugar.

Use the crock pot more for simple easy meals. 

Breakfast & Lunch Ideas

Fruit then 20 minutes later eat Greek Yogurt with a tbsp of flax seed, cinnamon, chia seeds and granola. 

Lunch is tuna salad on a pita, salad with lots of vegies, or scrambled eggs with vegies.

Disclosure: I am not a medical professional

Before you dive into the world of clean eating and its myriad benefits, it's crucial to clarify that I am not a doctor or a nutritionist. While I'm excited to share insights and information about clean eating, it's essential to recognize that everyone's dietary needs are unique. What works for one person may not be suitable for another. I wan

Prior to making any significant changes to your diet or lifestyle, it's strongly recommended that you consult with a qualified healthcare professional, such as a doctor or a registered dietitian. They can provide personalized guidance and ensure that any dietary modifications align with your specific health and nutritional requirements.

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