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8/13/13 12:46 P

Here's a link to the eating clean sparkteam:

They might be able to help you!

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8/13/13 11:22 A

Hi there, I'm new here and was wondering if any of you kind souls could help me out? Long story very short, i don't want to bore you!! For the past 4 years or so i've tried to clean up my diet, successfully at first but then i lapsed a few times on and off.
Due to health issues (i have MS) I've recently cut sugar (all processed food), gluten and dairy out of my diet. I've been off dairy for a few years now so that doesn't bother me so much.
I have a very good diet in general. I eat plenty of fruit and veg, i drink green smoothies, i juice (mainly green juice), i get healthy fats i.e. nuts (make my own almond butter too), coconut oil, olive oil etc, i eat eggs (i don't class these as dairy), i also eat lean unprocessed meat mainly chicken (usually grilled), but i am seriously struggling to meet my daily calorific needs eating what i would call clean (at least i think it is).
I seriously want to/need to put weight on! I'm 5.11" and weigh around 60kg. It's rather pathetic. I cant really afford a decent clean whey or rice protein.

I was just wondering if any of you guys can help me out with some tips? I would be so grateful for any suggestions!!

Kind regards

Dom :-)

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