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I would recommend sticking with the basics. Just read the summary chapter at the end of the book. Or try sticking with one of her cooler plans that she has laid out. Eating clean is pretty easy when you think about it. Shop the perimeter of the grocery store (produce, meat, dairy) and only go to the center aisles for whole grains (brown rice, pasta, quinoa). She also has a short book called "Just the Basics" or something. You may try reading that, too.
What are you having problems with? I would sure love to help you out! I am the new team leader here, so please do not hesitate to ask me a question. I posted how to get some additional info in pdf format to follow the diet principles. Maybe if you take a look at these, it may become more clear. Again, please email me if you need to!!
~Trina, in WI
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You'll do great! Not as hard as you think. I just found it hard not putting things in my mouth without thinking about it.
Today is my first day of eating clean. I did a trial run yesterday with a few slipups, but otherwise overall I think I did pretty well.
I have the book, but it's a little confusing, so I'm hoping to get some answers/tips from other members here that have been doing it for a while.
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