What does clean eating mean? It’s a phrases that has caught on the past few years. Simply. It means a diet of healthy basics, fruits, veggies,
protein and healthy fats without added sauces, sugars salt and salt and over processing.
Is it more expensive way to eat? No not really. A few years ago the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health research and came up with $1.50 pr day cost difference between eating a healthy and unhealthy diet. That is less than a latte!
Eggs, nuts, beans, oats, whole grain bread, bananas,frozen berries, or other fruits, olive oil, carrots, brussel sprouts. These are healthy snacks to look for next time you go grocery shopping.