Choose fruit instead of fruit juice and if you must pick a processed vegetable, frozen is always better than canned. Incorporate whole grains like brown rice or millet over processed grains.
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This means eating fresh fruits and vegetables, whole grains and lean proteins instead of pre-packaged, processed foods or fast food.
Clean eating is also committed to replacing saturated fats with healthy fats.
Many on the plan don't count calories, but instead trust in good quality, healthy food. Choose fresh, unprocessed foods over canned or processed products.