So, you want to start eating “clean”. But, what does that mean?
Really, it’s something different for everyone. Our bodies are all different. What works well for me might not work at all for you. It’s called bio-individuality. There are some basic principles though that can apply to everyone.
“Eat food. Not too much. Mostly plants.”–Michael Pollan
But what does that mean? For me, it’s all about cutting out the processed and as much grain as possible. Others will remove all legumes and dairy. What can I say, I’m a Wisconsin girl and can’t give up my cheese 🙂
There is a lot of information out there for anyone interested in changing their diet. I highly suggest It Starts with Food, Wheat Belly, and Culinary Intelligence for anyone looking for information on clean eating. The best way to find out what works for you is to experiment and listen to your body.
Wildtree has really been crucial in changing my eating habits. Before Wildtree, I thought clean eating had to be difficult and complicated. I’ve very quickly learned that it is easy and super tasty. Wildtree believes in providing quick, tasty, and healthy meal options. The products include no preservatives, MSG, High Fructose Corn Syrup, or GMO’s and are currently going through the steps of getting each and every product individually certified organic. Have allergies? Looking to go gluten-free? There are PLENTY of options for you!
I can say with certainty that I wouldn’t have made the healthy life changes that I have made, nor would I be starting my journey to becoming a Certified Holistic Health Coach with the Institute of Integrative Nutrition had I not taken the steps to become a Wildtree representative.
I hope to fill this blog with clean eating ideas and share my IIN journey with you. Not only is this for me, but it’s also for anyone looking to improve their overall health and anyone looking for ways to make meal time simple and delicious. Watch for some fun things to come!