Clean Eating: A Healthy Lifestyle, Not a Diet
The term “clean eating’ is sometimes misused and misunderstood. Clean eating, in its truest form, almost identically matches the way medical professionals, dieticians and nutritionists tell us to eat: consume a wide variety of real foods from all of the major food groups in their most natural form everyday; eat several small meals frequently throughout the day to maintain healthy blood sugar levels and never feel hungry; avoid all processed foods and any foods or beverages containing chemicals (artificial ingredients or colors, additives, preservatives), or high levels of sodium. Clean eating is a permanent healthy lifestyle, not a diet; however, it is very common for overweight individuals to lose weight when eating clean. Explore this website to learn how to eat clean.