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I ate rather clean on my own for a while, but the switch for me happened when I started eating 5-6 smaller meals and focused on getting in a protein and complex carb or two at each. I also got the book and read it twice, but I'm still implementing most of it. Good luck.
Great thread. Stuff I already know, so far, but so good to hear.
Eat things that come as close as possible to their natural state. You can't go wrong with whole foods. Herbs are your friends, stock up on dry and get fresh whenever time and money allow.
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Cutting out sweets and fast food is a GREAT start!
You could try incorporating whole grains instead of products made with white flour. Also, aim for 8-10 servings of fruit & veggies per day.
"If it tastes good; Spit it out!" ~ Jack Lalanne
So, I have been lurking about on this team now for a few months...and I am intrigued by what I have learned - even though much of it I don't understand.
I don't eat sweets or fast food, but I still would like to eat cleaner than I do right now. Can any of you suggest a couple of very basic (and simple) first steps for a beginner? Thanks!
Edited by: JKTENTATIVE at: 2/23/2011 (15:42)
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