Spring Clean for Cleaner Eating: How to Organize Your Kitchen so You Eat Healthier

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Cleaner Kitchen, Healthier You

When your pantry is packed with processed junk and your crisper is a no-man's land, making healthy food choices just doesn't come, well,... more 
Photo by: Martha Stewart Living
Cleaner Kitchen, Healthier You

When your pantry is packed with processed junk and your crisper is a no-man's land, making healthy food choices just doesn't come, well, naturally. Terry Walters, author of "Clean Food" and "Clean Start," believes that building a healthier lifestyle starts with putting a few organizational systems in place.

"I really am the queen of clean and 'clean,'" she says. "People look at my pantry and say, 'Where's your food?'" Make no mistake, Terry and her family eat plentifully and well; her minimalist approach to food storage streamlines everything from shopping to cooking. Read on for her tips for maintaining a nourishing, no-mess kitchen.

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So you've decided to get healthy, once and for all -- but your overflowing fridge and highly processed pantry sure aren't making things easy. Why not set yourself up for success with a quick-and-dirty kitchen makeover? With a sparkling cupboards stocked for maximum nutrition and ease, your housework AND your healthy new habits will soon feel like second nature.

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