Eat clean and healthy
’Tis the season for new beginnings and fresh ideas. So, why not extend that thinking to your diet? Green, clean and lean eating is easier than you think.
“Clean eating means incorporating real, fresh, whole foods into your diet – foods that are free of additives, preservatives and ingredients you can’t pronounce,” says Peggy Kotsopoulos, holistic nutritionist and author of Kitchen Cures: Revolutionize Your Health With Foods That Heal.
It’s about choosing foods that have not been processed or, if so, are close to their natural state. The benefits are pretty impressive: improved health, better weight management and increased energy, says Kotsopoulos. Read on to nudge your eating habits in a healthy direction.