Clean eating is not a diet, instead it is a lifestyle – you eat food that is as little processed as possible. Essentially, we look to eat foods in their whole form, avoiding added sugars, salts, and fats. Foods that are high in fats and sugars are believed to produce inflammation within the body – a state of systemic irritation that leads to chronic diseases.
I challenge you to eat clean for 21 consecutive days: No added sugar, no fast food, no sweets!
Do you accept the challenge?