Do you feel like it's time to start taking better care of yourself?
Do you want to look and feel better?
If you ask my dad what "clean eating" is, he'll act confused and tell you it probably means not to eat things off the floor. What do you think of when you hear "clean eating"? Do you imagine some locally grown organic lettuce leaves sitting sadly on a plate? Do you think of green juice or health supplements? Yoga and detox diets?
Well, you won't find any of that in this book. Instead, we're going to focus on healthy and more realistic ways of eating - common sense that isn't all that common anymore. Clean eating is a lifestyle and an attitude more than it is a set of forbidden foods. Though some might disagree, you can eat meat, wheat, and dairy and still have a "clean" diet, and you most certainly don't need to spend a lot of money on "superfoods".
During this challenge, you'll try to let go of the mythical ideal diet; we will focus on continuous improvement rather than perfection. And, most importantly, flexibility and joy rather than deprivation.
The only one who knows if a diet is good for you or not is your own body. So ask it! During the 21 days of the challenge, we'll look at opportunities to clear away foods that are hindering your health and replace them with better ones.
You will be amazed by how much impact healthy eating will have on your overall well-being and the way you look.
The 21-Day Clean Eating Challenge will help you to:
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I can recommend this challenge to everyone! My self discipline is non existent, so I initially didn't intend to do the challenge, just listen to it as inspiration. However, the author has taken into account that developing new habits is a gradual process and instead of 21 full days of clean eating (which I feared), each new day actually builds upon the previous one. Every day gives you a small and realistic task, it was actually fun :) For me a few healthy habits have become part of my daily routine, others didn't stick. Yet! I plan to do the challenge once again after my birthday next week.
"If you ask my dad what "clean eating" is, he'll act confused and tell you it probably means not to eat things off the floor" - This made me laugh. Anyway, I like how the author used a very approachable and friendly tone towards the end of the book. I'm on the third day of this 21-day clean eating diet and although it seems too early for me to judge, this is actually working well for me. It's kind of hard especially because of the "bad food" temptations everywhere I go but I'm trying to stay focus and motivated. So far, so good.
The narrator read one word at a time...hurt my head even though the content could have been interesting.
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