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Learn about clean-eating with articles, meal plans and recipes from EatingWell's food and nutrition experts.

Your 1-Day, Lean & Clean 1,800-Calorie Meal Plan

Submitted by admin on Wed, 12/06/2017 - 21:51

Eating clean doesn't have to be complicated or cumbersome. This 1-day meal plan is a perfect example of just how deliciously simple clean-eating can be. These daily eats are free of additives and foods with long ingredient lists and full of real foods like fresh vegetables, dairy and whole grains. Quick, clean and satisfying, this wholesome meal plan sets you up for a healthy and successful day.

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3-Day Clean-Eating Kick-Start Meal Plan: 1,500 Calories

Ditch the crazy-restrictive cleanse and instead kick-start healthy eating habits with this easy-to-follow and satisfying 3-day clean-eating meal plan. If your eating habits have felt a little heavy recently, think of this as a reset button to help you get back on track. At the end of these three days, you should feel refreshed, energized and motivated to keep on with your healthy habits.

Ready to Take Our 30-Day Whole Food Challenge? Here's What You Need to Know

If you're feeling like your diet could use a refresh, you've come to the right place. Every once in a while, that balance of a lot of good fresh foods and a few treats here and there gets thrown out of whack and you want a plan to help you get back on track. That's where our 30 Days of Whole Food Challenge comes in.

1-Day Reset Meal Plan: 1,500 Calories


Sometimes hitting the "reset button" is just what you need to refocus and get back on track. This preplanned 1-day meal plan will help you kick-start the shift back to your normal routine. With delicious, no-added-sugar vegetarian meals, you'll feel energized, refreshed and motivated to stick to your healthy habits.


Avocado & Kale Omelet

Clean Eating Buyer's Guide for Eggs

Choosing eggs has gotten pretty complicated. First, there's color. While you may find some pretty eggs, especially from small farms or at the farmers' market, there's no inherent nutritional or taste difference. The hen's breed determines the egg color.

Then, there are labels. If you're buying eggs at a supermarket, you may see the following terms on the carton. (If you're buying from a farm or farmers' market, ask the farmer about the chickens' diet and welfare.)

The Simple Whole-Food Rules You Should Memorize

Seamus Mullen, a renowned chef, turned his life and health around by changing his diet. In his cookbook Real Food Heals, Seamus shares delicious recipes to help people feel better every day by nourishing their bodies. His tenets of real food can help you reclaim your health and feel good about what you're eating.

Are There Chemicals in Your Mac & Cheese? What You Need to Know About Phthalates

Making macaroni and cheese from a boxed mix is a super-easy dinner that both kids and adults love. And though you may have thought twice about the nutrition of these neon cheese powder dinners, a new report may give you yet another reason to think about ditching the box.

Clean Eating Buyer's Guide to Pork

Submitted by admin on Wed, 05/17/2017 - 09:35

Going to the grocery store and trying to buy pork can be confusing. The following guide can help you interpret all the labels so you can choose pork that is fresh and raised using standards for sustainability and humane treatment that you're looking for. Look for pork that is light red to cherry red, never pale or white. The fat should be white and creamy with no dark spots. Fresh pork should never have any off odors. The best-tasting pork is marbled with flecks of fat interspersed in the lean meat.