“Eating Clean” and “Diet” are not Dirty Words
“Eating Clean” are not dirty words, neither is “Diet“, but during this time of year you may not want to hear any of these words. However, eating clean will improve your health and boost your immune system which we all need to hear about especially during the holidays.
I had an opportunity to review the eBook Clean Food Diet by Jonathan Vine, and not only was it a quick read, but it also contained 50 recipes for many of the foods that I already have in my kitchen. Delicious recipes for appetizers such as Wrapped Mango and Spinach Bites, and Mini Spinach Pizzas, soups, Thai Tomato Soup and White Bean and Kale Soup, as well as entrees, Asian Tofu Lettuce Wraps, and Meatless Chili.
Clean eating is not actually a diet, it’s a lifestyle change and in each of the 4 chapters, “What is clean eating”, “What to eat”, “How to Cook Clean” and “How to Cook Clean”, there are easy and realistic ways in which to make the change. We all know that preservatives and processed foods are not healthy so eating whole foods is recommended, and most whole foods are simply fresh fruits and vegetables.
When buying foods, make sure you can read and recognize all the listed ingredients if not, it’s not a clean or healthy choice. Cooking healthy keeps the nutrients in the foods, therefore, steaming foods versus frying is clean cooking.
Do you Eat Clean?
Stay Blessed ~ No Stress in 2014!
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