Eating clean may seem like a new buzzy idea, but really it's about going back to some sane, basic healthy-eating principles. If you've lived by these principles for years, think of this as a helpful reminder. Clean eating means filling your plate with real, whole foods, eating a variety of vegetables, fruits and whole grains, moderate amounts of lean meats and sustainable seafood, dairy, nuts and seeds and healthy oils. Notice how you don't eliminate food groups? Eating clean also means choosing foods that are in season and limiting processed foods, salt, added sugars and unhealthy saturated fats.
These clean-eating tips will help you figure out how to clean up your diet and fill your plate with nourishing, gooble-me-up foods. So what are you waiting for? This year, resolve to eat cleaner, fresher, tastier for a healthier you.
1. Limit Processed Food
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