There isn’t one standard definition of clean eating, but one that I like is:
Clean eating includes real, whole foods most of the time, choosing organic and sustainable options whenever possible. Clean eating also means selecting foods that meet one’s individual needs.
Read this post with more info about what is clean eating.
I followed a fairly strict vegan lifestyle for 3 1/2 years, but experienced health issues that led me to start incorporating animal products back into my diet.
Although I still eat many vegan, plant-based, and nutritarian meals, I routinely consume grass-fed, wild, or locally-sourced animal products. I still mostly avoid gluten and dairy based on my ongoing sensitivities and to help manage my PCOS (see my recommendations for the best PCOS diet).
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