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CLEAN EATING CHEAT SHEET! When trying to eat ‘clean’ we recommend a diet full of whole foods- lean proteins, complex carbohydrates, healthy fats, and plenty of vegetables. When getting started, we do recommend tracking calories and/or macronutrients. Which is why we created two sheets one with the macros for the average serving size and one with the calories. #calories #weightloss #dieting #recipes
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Learning how to eat clean starts with understanding these 10 clean eating rules.
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Maybe you’ve heard of clean eating as a concept, but what is clean eating exactly? The list below breaks it down into simple to follow rules so you can feel confident you're taking the right steps.
A printable general reference guide to help you make healthier swaps in the kitchen
- • Sugar Replacements: Maple syrup
- • Oil Replacements: Coconut oil
- • Flour Replacements: Whole wheat
- • Eggs: Pasture raised or free-range organic preferred.
- • Dairy: Organic (non UHT pasteurization. Strauss & Clover Organics, but whichever is local/regional in your area.)
- • Red Meat: Preferably grass fed and grass finished if possible. Organic.
- • Poultry: Free range
- • Pork: Applegate and Niman's Ranch (or whichever is local to you at your store or farmer's market.)
- • Grains: whole grains trying to avoid "enriched" products. Organic if possible
- • Bread: Dave's Killer Bread