Eat-Clean Diet Review
What You Should Know
The Eat-Clean Diet is a highly recommended and supported diet among experts and people of all ages. It is not your typical count-calories, starve yourself, take supplements to burn fat, diet. Simply, you eat foods that the body functions its best on and you see results. It is proven that if you eat more often and eat more protein, complex carbs, and “healthy” fats (polysaturated and monosaturated fats) this will keep blood-sugar levels normal and leave you with a refreshing feeling knowing that you don’t have to worry about what you eat. This diet is very easy to follow, as there are countless foods you can eat that are rich in protein and good fats, and yes, you can even treat yourself at least once a week. Tosca Reno created the Eat-Clean Diet, which is often called anything but a diet. Instead, it is a healthier way of living in which you can lose weight without even trying.
Not applicable. However, there are several books and online tools that can assist in helping you follow the correct foods to eat.
The Eat-Clean Diet is a simple concept – you eat foods that are healthier and better choices for you. There are no gimmicks, side effects, or counting calories or “points”, simply eating what you want, when you want. Of course this means to subconsciously be aware of eating foods that are high-protein, high-fiber, and “good” carbs and “good” fats. Often, you will find that some of the foods you wouldn’t think are “good” for you contain healthy forms of poly and monosaturated fats, which do not get stored as the body uses them in a positive way. There are several books and online tools on their website that can give you a better understanding of what “clean foods” are and can aid you in the actual weight loss process. There are also several different recipes on their website that can be used and other tips to permanently live a healthy lifestyle. This diet was created in mind to ultimately last a lifetime.
- A very hassle-free diet, as there are no counting calories, starving yourself, appetite suppressant supplements, etc.
- Many helpful recipes and tools found on their website.
- User testimonials and forums available on website.
- An overall healthy way of living, not temporarily, but permanently.
- Not many disadvantages, except that some recipes are high in sodium.
The Eat-Clean Diet is less of a diet and more of a way of life. Many people are not aware that eating healthy or “clean” can often be found in more foods than you think. There are several additional books and helpful hints available.