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    Default Who wants to explain clean eating to me??

    So as the title suggests... What exactly is clean eating?? I am a but confused. I get it is about fresh foods, but are there rules to follow? Or are there foods to avoid?

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    Basically eating foods in their most natural form
    Avoid anything with numbers if you can.

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    Basically it's a buzz word for eating healthy but it usually means no carbs, which IMO is unhealthy when doing lots of exercise. The body needs some amounts of carbs.

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    Theboys&me may b able to explain it better than me but its basically eating foods as close to their natural state as possible so no processed or packaged foods.

    Heaps of fruit, veg, and protein. Technically ur not supossed to eat too much bread but i have 1 or 2 slices a week of rye bread, and eat brown rice ocassionaly but def no processed white breads, rice etc. Its really easy to follow and yummy.

    Im not eating cheese other than cottage cheese and eat low fat greek yogurt and flavour myself with fruit, nuts, cinnamon or honey etc.

    Heres some pics of my clean meals ive been eating alot of home made soup and salads too

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    Quote Originally Posted by delirium View Post
    Basically it's a buzz word for eating healthy but it usually means no carbs, which IMO is unhealthy when doing lots of exercise. The body needs some amounts of carbs.
    I agree u do need some carbs! But just not white processed carbs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ShanandBoc View Post
    I agree u do need some carbs! But just not white processed carbs.

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    I thought yes! some healthy carbs in that pic lol seems you have a good idea and aren't taking it to extremes. I've been following your photos and your food is sensible and looks very yummy

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    Thanks im working out too so need the energy yes.

    Its just common sense eating really. Ill allow myself the ocassional treat. I dont want to b obsessive about it or anything even tho i am being very strict

    Ive lost 3.3kg in the last 2 weeks eating this way and its so easy to stick to I think thats the key. Its not a diet, its a lifestyle change

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