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Clean Eating: 100+ Delicious Clean Eating Recipes - The Ultimate Clean Eating Cookbook

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Clean Eating: 100+ Delicious Clean Eating Recipes - The Ultimate Clean Eating Cookbook

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Pubblicato:
Jun 19, 2019
ISBN:
9781386113560
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2 Comprehensive Clean Eating Manuscripts in 1 Book:

- Clean Eating: Delicious Clean Eating Recipes with an Easy Guide for Weight Loss

- Clean Eating: The Clean Eating Cookbook with Delicious Clean Eating Recipes for Weight Loss

Manuscript 1: Delicious Clean Eating Recipes with an Easy Guide for Weight Loss

It's easy for beginners of clean eating to think that it is just another fad diet. But clean eating is a lifestyle, as it is more of modifying the way you eat as well as the kinds of foods you consume rather than restricting the amount of food you put inside your body. 

Eating clean means going for whole foods and ditching processed ones. It is about getting rid of unnecessary carbohydrates, sugars, and fats from your diet so that you eat more healthily (and shed extra weight in the process). 

Following the clean diet also means doing away with junk foods. So: A big No to foods that offer your body little or no nutritional value, such as refined foods, foods high in saturated fat, foods that contain too much salt, and processed foods loaded with sugars and artificial flavors. Finally, clean eating means feeding your body with veggies and fruits, healthy fats, unrefined grains, and lean proteins. Your body will thank you for all the health benefits that these whole foods provide. 

In this book, you will discover

- Clean Eating At Its Core

- Eight Steps to Eating Clean

- Tips and Tricks to Living the Clean Eating Lifestyle

- Clean Eating Breakfast Recipes to Rev Up Your Metabolism

- Clean Eating Lunch Recipes to Stabilize Your Blood Sugar

- Clean Eating Dinner Recipes to Maintain Your Energy Level

- Clean Eating Snacks Recipes to Stop You from Raiding the Pantry

- And much more!

Manuscript 2: Discover the Most Delicious Clean Eating Recipes for Healthy Living and Weight Loss

Eating junk food or over-processed food can impact your body and mind in a negative way. When you are not eating clean, your mind will not function at an optimal level as you will lose focus and feel tired. Furthermore, your body can become sluggish as you are following a diet that is filled with chemicals and that lacks nutrients. 

But worry no more, this book is here to help you to start eating food that is close to its natural state and thereby abundant in nutrients. 

This book will change the way you think about food. You will discover how to choose food that is beneficial for your health and weight loss goals. Furthermore, you will learn how to enjoy eating good and tasty food without feeling deprived or guilty about it. 

This book lets you in on tips on how to shop for food and prepare meals the clean way. You will find that following the recipes in this book is easy and fun as you are not required to starve yourself or sacrifice certain food groups. This book will also help you adapt to a healthy lifestyle that lets you enjoy eating great-tasting, nourishing, and natural food. 

In this book, you will discover

- Clean Eating Facts to Help You Keep Your Figure

- Clean and Weight Loss-Friendly Breakfast Recipes

- Clean and Slimming Lunch Recipes

- Clean and Skinny Dinner Recipes

- And much more!

Pubblicato:
Jun 19, 2019
ISBN:
9781386113560
Formato:
Libro

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Manuscript 1: Clean Eating

Delicious Clean Eating Recipes with an Easy Guide for Weight Loss 

Introduction

I want to thank you and commend you for opening the book, "Clean Eating: Delicious Clean Eating Recipes with an Easy Guide for Weight Loss."

This book will help you to quit depriving yourself of the pleasure of eating food. By reading the chapters herein, you will start to approach food as a means of improving your health and losing excess weight. And it is all thanks to clean eating. 

This book lets you in on the reasons and ways the clean diet allows you to make healthier food choices (real, whole foods vs. processed foods), prepare clean meals and snacks in the comfort of your home and adopt the clean eating plan as a healthy lifestyle change.

The recipes within this book contain both serving size and nutritional information at the bottom of the recipe.

Thanks again for reading this book, I hope you enjoy it!

Chapter 1 – Embracing the Clean Eating Lifestyle

Clean Eating At Its Core

It’s easy for beginners of clean eating to think that it is just another fad diet. But clean eating is a lifestyle, as it is more of modifying the way you eat as well as the kinds of foods you consume rather than restricting the amount of food you put inside your body.

Eating clean means going for whole foods and ditching processed ones. It is about getting rid of unnecessary carbohydrates, sugars, and fats from your diet so that you eat more healthily (and shed extra weight in the process).

Following the clean diet also means doing away with junk foods for good. So: A big No to foods that offer your body little or no nutritional value, such as refined foods, foods high in saturated fat, foods that contain too much salt, and processed foods loaded with sugars and artificial flavors.

Finally, clean eating means feeding your body with veggies and fruits, healthy fats, unrefined grains, and lean proteins. Your body will thank you for all the health benefits that these whole foods provide.

Eight Steps to Eating Clean

The clean diet is so simple, it only takes eight steps to follow it:

1. Go for whole foods.

These are the kinds of foods that have not undergone tampering or modification in the laboratory or manufacturing plant. Because whole foods are not refined or processed, they are not made with preservatives, added sugars, hydrogenated fats, extra salt, or dyes for the purpose of enhancing or improving the foods’ appearance, flavor, or shelf life.

Whole foods, which provide you more fiber and nutrients compared to processed foods, include fresh vegetables, fresh fruits, lean proteins, whole grains, dried beans or legumes, unsalted nuts and seeds, and full-fat dairy.

2. Aim for five to six meals daily.

Counting calories has no place in the clean diet. Instead of counting them, you want to make sure that make each calorie intake count. This means consuming the right amount of fresh vegetables and fruits, lean protein, complex carbohydrates, and healthy fats, as opposed to being mindful of how many grams or calories each food contains. When following the clean diet, your typical day involves eating 3 small meals plus 2 to 3 substantial snacks. Eating in this manner not only helps keep you from eating too much, skipping a meal, or feeling jittery or fatigued due to fluctuating blood sugar levels, it also helps you shed those extra pounds. 

3. Check nutrition labels.

For a clean eating beginner such as yourself, it is important to always check nutrition labels when shopping for food. They tell you everything a product contains and help you decide whether to buy or not. You will be better off choosing products that:

contain few ingredients

have the words whole wheat or whole grain.

do not include words like modified or hydrolyzed.

do not include fructose and other ingredients that have -ose in the end

have low sodium, sugar, and saturated fat levels

contain calories that come mostly from fiber or lean proteins

4. Strive to eat meals that are well-balanced.

Your body needs carbohydrates, fats, and protein to function properly, so make sure you are eating foods that contain these macro nutrients in the right amounts. Broccoli is a carbohydrate-rich vegetable, for example, but it is a good clean eating choice because it supplies plenty of important nutrients like fiber and antioxidants. Make sure that the fats you take in come mostly from unsaturated fat sources; steer clear of trans fat and saturated fat as much as you can.

5. Avoid added sugars, salt, and fat.

To make sure you are eating clean foods (foods in their most natural state), choose those that do not contain unnecessary additives such as sugar, salt, and fat. It helps to know that following the clean diet allows your taste buds as well as your body to be accustomed to the taste of whole foods. Soon, you will find that fries, doughnuts, and hamburgers are just too salty or sweet.

6. Give up processed foods.

Identifying processed foods is easy enough – they usually come in jars or boxes. The trouble with processed foods is the fact that they contain high amounts of added salt and sugars, low amounts of whole grain and fiber, and high amounts of saturated fats and trans fats. Avoid buying chips, cookies, candy, fruit snacks, breakfast cereal, frozen dinners, instant ramen, bacon, bottled salad dressing, canned soups, flavored nuts, and granola bars and make your own healthy versions of these foods at home instead.

7. Prepare your own food.

Cooking at home is the easiest way for you to take control of what you eat. By preparing your own meals and snacks, you get to take charge of the amount of sugar, salt, fat, and flavors you consume, helping you keep their levels as low as you possibly can.

8. Avoid drinking your calories.

Clean eating is not only about being mindful of what you eat; it is also about minding the amount of water you drink every day. Drinking lots of water help keep your body hydrated, satiated between meals, and able to carry out its functions properly. Avoid quenching your thirst with soda, which is high in refined sugars (like fructose) and zero when it comes to health benefits. Even fruit juices are a no-no in the clean diet. Compared to soda, fruit juices may contain more nutrients, but they have little fiber and vitamins and may contain too much sugar as well as too many calories. You will be better off having fresh fruits instead.

Tips and Tricks to Living the Clean Eating Lifestyle

1. Food shopping

Eating clean is easier when you have a pantry filled with real foods:

Bring a grocery list to the store. This way, you know exactly what to pick (fresh produce and other whole foods) and what to avoid (processed convenience food products). To make your shopping list is even more clean diet-approved, make sure it contains the ingredients you need for your meal plan for the week.

Check out the store’s perimeter. Real food is what you need to find in there. Make sure to prioritize the aisles housing the fresh produce, meat and seafood, milk and dairy, and whole grains. Once your cart is loaded with these wholesome foods, check out the center aisle to buy your other necessities (keep your eyes on the nutrition labels).

Purchase some no- or minimal-prep snacks. They will come in handy for when you need to have a snack but have no time to prepare: Roasted nuts, whole grain crackers, baby carrots, yogurt, fresh fruit, cherry tomatoes, celery sticks, unsweetened dried fruit, bell pepper sticks, trail mix, dark chocolate, mozzarella sticks, popcorn, and hard-boiled eggs.

2. Home cooking

At the heart of clean and healthy eating is good old home

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