Food Guidelines for a Clean Eating - Junk Food Detox
“Clean Eating” is a general term used to describe consuming fresh produce and foods that are whole and unprocessed, low-carb, and gluten-free. Consumption of such foods gives our digestive systems a break and allows for detoxing and rebuilding of health. It’s not so much a dietary term as it is a new way of thinking about what we eat - getting back to basics and back in touch with the way we put meals together before the advent of machines to make our food –- before it became packaged and loaded with excess fat, salt, sugar, and preservatives.
It takes approximately 21 days to move your taste buds away from craving refined foods (high in fat, chemical additives, sodium, and sugar) towards craving unprocessed, natural foods. Numerous degenerative diseases have been healed by following this protocol and the results are deeper sleep, increased mental clarity, and renewed energy.
Print this free list of foods to eat and foods to avoid whenever you want to prepare your body for a boost in health. Whether you try it for a weekend, 10 days, or 21 days – your body will thank you. When you practice clean eating you will be able to break your junk food habits, begin to crave what nature intended for your body, and reclaim your health once again.