5 Small Changes to Start a Clean Eating Diet Today

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Are you interested in clean eating? Not sure where to start or perhaps it looks too overwhelming. There are several ways to get going to change your life in a positive with this diet.

Here are 5 that will start you on your journey:

1. Take One Sugary Drink Away a Day

You don’t have to jump all in, start with small changes first. Pick one area that you want to improve on and figure out how to do it.

For example, you could replace one juice, soda or energy drinks with water for a certain amount of time. Then once you’ve got the hang of that to eliminate those sugary drinks completely.

You don’t have to get rid of all your groceries and replace everything all at once. That would be expensive and overwhelming to do. Instead, pick an area and improve on it daily until you’ve mastered it.

2. Switch from Canned Food to Either Frozen or Fresh

Frozen vegetables and fruit have less preservative than canned. This is an easy way to start clean eating. Stop buying in the canned food aisle and replace those with either fresh food or frozen.

The taste is better and you won’t lose the nutrients from either of those options.

3. Cook Your Own Beans

Beans are a great source of plant protein. They fill you up and can be added to a variety of recipes. You’ll want to start incorporating beans into your diet.

Unfortunately, beans can be time-consuming to cook. One of the best was to cook them fast is with a pressure cooker. You don’t even need to pre-soak them.

Throw them in, turn the cooker on and wait for the beep. Depending on the type of beans it usually takes about 45 minutes.

4. Eat More Fruits and Vegetables

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You’ll want to buy a variety of fruits and vegetables. There are many that are easy to carry such as bananas, apples, oranges, carrots, and celery.

But others will need a little bit of prep work ahead of time. What you’ll do is cut or prepare the fruits and vegetables. Then get a snack bag and put a serving in each one. Place them in the fridge in an easy and convenient place. That way when you are heading out the door you can grab them and go.

5. Make Salad in a Jar

You might be thinking, but they’ll get all gross and soggy before the end of the week. Surprisingly this is not true. Salads stay fresher, longer when they are put inside of a wide-mouthed Mason jar. The trick is to layer them correctly.

The wet ingredients get put on the bottom and then the lettuce or spinach is on the top. These will help you stay on track for clean eating.

Every new journey starts with a single step. Start with these small steps to eat clean. Don’t expect to jump in and change everything all at once. Do it slow and steady and before long you’ll be an expert.

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