Whole wheat oats are a staple to clean eating diets! Whole wheat and multigrain breads are okay but ezekiel bread is the best option. Brown rice is also a great choice for carbs. Hope this helps.
There is a problem with this clean eating diet (even though I am doing it). It is the fact that nearly all of the common vegetables and fruits have been genetically modified, so you are not really eating what nature intended. Organic fruits and veges may not have added chemicals but they may have been genetically modified. All of them are still good for you, but you cannot say that they are the way nature intended because they are not.
I have a question about a clean eating diet and canned goods. Are there any relatively clean canned goods? For items like stewed tomatoes, canned beans, etc. canned goods can save a lot of time in cooking. I don’t think I’m up to giving up my tomato sauce! It’s also the only way to include vegetables in food storage for hard times, which is a more difficult hurdle to overcome. Any suggestions?
Avocado has dense concentrations of Vitamins K, B, C and E, folate, manganese, magnesium, niacin and potassium per one single serving (of about 3.5 ounces), and offers a whopping 15 grams of heart-healthy fat while consisting of only 160 calories; and, of course, you can’t deny apples’ delicious richness in fiber and antioxidants. On top of crunchy, refreshing cabbage and mixed with sweet organic dressing, this apple and avocado salad is a must-try, even if you’re not on a clean eating diet.