The term, eat clean, has nothing to do with washing your food and has everything to do with eating in a way that promotes fat loss.
While it may sound simple enough, in reality it’s challenging to stick with a clean eating plan. I suppose if it were easy then everyone would be lean and confident about their body.
So, what’s the secret to long-term, clean eating success?
- To make your clean eating plan last, keep your diet balanced with a range of healthy, real foods.
- True fat loss success comes when clean eating is part of your lifestyle, and not a temporarily imposed dieting sentence.
- Big changes take consistent, long-term effort. Be patient.
- Have a plan by writing out your do’s and don’t’s for your clean eating plan—and please feel free to reach out to me to help you with this step.
See below for a list of foods that your diet should mainly consist of and then make another list of completely off-limits foods.
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This is Clean Food
What food should you consider clean? I’ll give you a hint: not foods that come packaged and processed.
The healthiest, cleanest foods are ones that are wholesome and untouched…as nature intended. Whole fruits, vegetables, greens, nuts, seeds, eggs, seafood and lean meats. Stick with this list of natural foods and you’ll be eating very clean.
Steer clear of any food that has been manufactured, processed and packaged. These are most definitely not clean and will lead to pounds gained.