Clean Eating... Down 30lbs since December

Friday, March 30, 2012

So, i've really changed my eating ways. I only eat "clean", meaning everything is fresh ingredients. I have taken most of the carbs out, and now i am trying to remove meat as well.

Exercise is great and you feel great ( I am at the gym 6x's a week) but the difference for me is my eating habits..

In fact, i really don't eat that much, and hopefully i have subscribed to one of my favorite quotes: "Food is fuel, not comfort"...

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    Clean eating is so easy... once you get into the habit of buying foods in their most whole form, you find yourself wondering how you were able to tolerate all the processed foods that you used to consume :/ As David Z (Eat This Not That) recently said on a morning news segment regarding his thoughts on processed foods: "We need these foods about as much as a fish needs a bicycle" LOL!
    Hopefully you're not cutting all carbs, only the processed ones. Fruits, veggies, and whole grains are an essential part of a health well-balanced diet and will keep your energy levels up :)
    Glad to see you back here on spark! Congratulations on the weight loss! Your healthy lifestyle seems to be agreeing with you!
    3407 days ago
  • LANCE65
    so, the cost is not really that much different, I don't subscribe to all the organic foods idea.

    Just buy things in bulk, and frozen veggies would be good as well..

    I think for me is when i greatly reduced my carb intake, that made a difference in how much i "felt" i needed to eat... Carb is sugars, which for me, make me want to eat more..

    3407 days ago
    How long have you been eating clean? How was the transition? is the food cost different? Im curious, I have a family of five...I have thought about making one day out the of week, clean eating. Without them
    3407 days ago
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