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Eat clean, stay lean : the ultimate guide to clean, cleaner, and cleanest foods

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  • 641.5637 B363 (CEN)

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[Emmaus, Pennsylvania] : Rodale, [2015]

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ix, 294 pages : color illustrations ; 21 cm

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Prevention (Emmaus, Pa.)


"These days, a trip to the grocery store requires a little soul-searching and a lot of label-reading: organic, sustainable, local, seasonal, gluten-free, sugar-free, GMO-free, vegan, vegetarian, raw, and Paleo. When did eating become so fussy? It's enough to make you throw your hands in the air-and then right inside the fridge for some pie. Eating healthy nowadays really just means eating clean, or choosing whole foods sourced from the earth with the least processing and fewest possible ingredients that sound like hair dye. And pie can totally qualify.Yet eating clean day after day isn't so easy. That's why the editors at Prevention created Eat Clean, Stay Lean-your easy-to-use, visual guidebook to better health, delicious food, and a slimmer you. Learn how to make 50 smarter choices in the supermarket and 150 fast, clean meals at home-all of which can help you lose weight while you enjoy real food that tastes great. Forget counting calories or carbs and stop being fooled by "health food" imposters. Real food is the science-backed way to good health and a better body-and it even includes real pie"--

"When you eat real, whole foods and keep the processing to a minimum, better health will follow suit-no calorie counting, deprivation, or torment included. In Eat Clean, Stay Lean, the editors of Prevention take you through a visual journey toward better health as they introduce a variety of clean foods on the market today. This isn't an overt diet plan, but rather an easy-to-use guide to choosing simple swaps that will lead to weight loss, more energy, and a cleaner bill of health. The book shows the range of clean to processed foods in an array of categories-for instance, the progression from an apple strudel toaster pastry (least clean) to a natural applesauce (clean) to an organic apple (cleanest)-then offers simple, delicious recipes for you to build a day of clean, healthy meals for your entire family. Packed with fun graphics and products vetted by the scrutinizing team of Prevention editors, Eat Clean, Stay Lean makes healthy eating easy"--


Subtitle on cover: 300 real foods and recipes for lifelong health and lasting weight loss.

Includes index.


  • part 1. The ultimate diet for health and weight loss: The benefits of clean eating
  • The basics of clean eating
  • A clean lifestyle.
  • part 2. The ultimate clean foods (plus recipes!): Fruits and veggies
  • Proteins
  • Grains
  • Spreads, sauces, and condiments
  • Snacks and treats
  • Beverages
  • Pantry staples and cooking styles.

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