Clean eating is best for your body and there are some habits that you can start that will make your journey easy easier as you switch from unhealthy eating to healthy eating. Make sure that you never go without breakfast. Continue reading
Clean eating is going to require getting a lot more ingredients and cooking at home, so your grocery budget might look a little different at first. Keep in mind that a lot of ingredients you get seem expensive, but last more than one meal. Overall, you actually send up saving money when you aren’t buying processed and convenience foods, and eating out a lot less.
Stop Buying Pre-Made Foods
Even when you aren’t necessarily buying processed packaged foods, you can still have some pre-made or pre-cut food items and produce when you are on a clean eating diet. However, while these can be convenient for you, they also add to the overall cost of your produce. A container of whole mushrooms tends to be less money than those that are already sliced. This can seem like a small cost, but it adds up, and mushrooms are super easy to slice yourself. Stop buying anything that is pre-cut or pre-shredded. You will have fresh produce that tastes better and makes you feel better about how much work went into the finished dish. Continue reading
Adhering to a diet of clean foods can reduce the risk of obesity and help you maintain a healthy weight for life. Clean eating isn’t a fad diet or a trendy topic. Rather, it’s a way of life that can improve your body, mind and lifestyle by providing energy, helping you look your best and lose or maintain weight. Continue reading