The Dirt on Eating ‘Clean’ from Fox News Magazine

November 14, 2013 | By | Comments (1)
Fox News Magazine

Fox News Magazine

We’ve all been hearing about “clean eating” for a while, but honestly, I’ve never been sure what/if there are any differences between eating organic and maintaining a “clean” diet.

Our friends at Fox News Magazine have come to my rescue and shed light on the art of eating “clean.”

They say, “it’s the practice of eating whole, natural foods such as fruits, vegetables, non-fat dairy, lean proteins, and complex carbohydrates.”

So, what’s the difference between eating “clean” and eating organic? Click here to read the full article on Fox News Magazine, plus find out the benefits of switching to a clean-eating diet.

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  1. Bradrad

    For me eating clean simply avoiding artificial ingredients, dyes, colors, preservatives and pesticides and in a way that it is a lifestyle, not a diet. I can’t figure out why they’d include low-fat dairy in that list. I happen to avoid dairy because like lots of people I do better without it, but I’d suggest anyone who does have it to avoid the non-fat processed kinds and buy it closer to how it comes off the farm. Even in dairy reducing fat means increasing sugar.

    November 19, 2013 at 3:25 pm

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