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How to Create a Simple Clean Eating Plan

There’s an overwhelming amount of information out there right now about clean eating. There are various blogs that will tell you the ‘rules’ of clean eating, people who will tell you why you should be eating clean, and millions of people posting clean eating recipes. But what really is clean eating and what makes up a clean eating plan?

Create the Framework of Clean Eating

The most important part of any meal plan is making sure you’re getting a proper amount of macronutrients each day. Macronutrients are protein, carbs, and fat. These are the energy sources of the body, and together make up 100% of your daily energy intake.

Because macronutrients come together to make up 100% of your total calorie intake, people often talk about them in terms of percent of calorie intake. For example someone might recommend that only 15% of your daily calories should come from fat.

Each person has different macronutrient needs based on a few different factors, the most influential factor being your fitness goals. Someone who wants to build muscle for example, will need a very different macronutrient profile than someone looking to lose fat. Below is a guideline found from bodybuilding.com that offers a better image of what the guidelines will look like based upon your goals.

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Fill in the Gaps

Once you’ve got your macronutrients down, it’s time to focus on making sure you get all of your vitamins and minerals, otherwise known as micronutrients.

Generally speaking, more than half of you reading this are probably taking a multivitamin supplement every day. If you feel however that you find yourself fatigued often, inability to concentrate or suffer from brain fog, you may be deficient in the various water-soluble vitamins. Filling in those gaps is vital to the absorption and optimal functioning of the macronutrients you would be consuming daily. Need to fill in the gaps quick, find out where you can receive your micronutrients, here.

Things to Avoid

What this list really come to is this: Eat whole foods, in their most natural state. But to be clear, these are the items to avoid, on the clean eating plan:

  1. Avoid added sugars. These are sugars that are not normally present in food.
  2. Avoid processed foods. The biggest offender is often refined grains, and everything they’re found in. Remember, if it belongs in your cupboard, it doesn’t belong in your stomach.
  3. Avoid animal products and fat.
  4. Choose fresh foods as often as possible.
  5. Avoid chemical preservatives and other additives in food.
  6. Best of all, stay ahead of the downfalls, and keep your body strong and full of vitality with a Mega IV or a Vital Force IV. These IVs will help to keep your body full of antioxidants and minerals to stay healthier longer.

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