1. Eat more nuts and seeds.
2. Enjoy low-fat, organic dairy products
3. Avoid foods with complicated ingredient names
4. Organize your meals into five or six parts per day.
5. Clean eating is easier if you cook at home, so plan the shopping list carefully
6. Follow basic strategies in shopping for food
7. Raw fruits, vegetables, nuts, and seeds can dominate the shopping list
8. Add healthy flours and granola to the shopping list.
9. Avoid deep frying foods
10. Avoid excessive salt
Add healthy fats and get rid of trans fats. Trans fats aren’t nutritious, and the Mayo Clinic considers them the worst category of fat.
• Many processed foods contain trans fats. They’re common in baked goods like cookies and fried foods like French fries. Trans fats can wreak havoc on your cholesterol levels by increasing the bad cholesterol while decreasing the good one.
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