6 Healthy Recipes To Add To Your Clean Eating Plan

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Clean eating plans are currently all the rage, and this makes sense when considering the new widespread realization of just how processed and unhealthy most foods actually are.

There are tons of benefits of clean eating, such as more energy, enhanced cardiovascular health, reduced risk of cancer, and even improved mental health.

So, if you’re thinking of getting on board with the idea of only putting natural, organic, and unprocessed foods into your body for a healthier lifestyle, we’ve listed six healthy recipe options for you to incorporate into your eating plan.

Labneh Yogurt And Organic Fruit Toppings

Labneh is greek yogurt, yogurt cheese, or kerned yogurt that is strained to remove excess whey. The result of eliminating most of the whey from yogurt is a thicker, tastier yogurt.

You can find a labneh recipe and indulge in this extra-thick yogurt with a choice of organic fruit toppings for breakfast or even a snack. Labneh can also be enjoyed with pita, veggies, and even crackers.

Chicken Breast And Broccoli

Skinless chicken breasts are exceptionally healthy, which is why skinless chicken is included in so many weight loss and healthy eating plans. However, whether you’re trying to lose weight or not, chicken breasts and broccoli can be a filling dinner.

Instead of reaching for unhealthy flavor options, like MSG-packed flavoring salts, opt for natural dried herbs or fresh herbs, a bit of salt, and a touch of pepper. Moreover, remember to use extra virgin olive oil in place of sunflower oil to heat the pan when preparing your chicken breasts.

Steamed broccoli is pretty straightforward to prepare, and you can prepare a creamy sauce to add flavor. For a creamy sauce that compliments clean eating plans, use half two teaspoons of butter (not margarine) and add half a cup of flour after melting the butter. Mix to create a paste, then slowly mix in half a cup to a cup of fresh organic full-cream milk. Allow the sauce to boil, but be sure to mix it continuously. Once the sauce reaches the right consistency, add a bit of organic cheese to create creamy cheese sauce.

Baked Potato With Toppings

Baked potatoes with the right toppings can also compliment a clean eating plan, granted every ingredient is organic and void of artificial flavorings.

Bake your organic potatoes in the oven at 180 degrees Celsius until soft; add a creamy sauce, labneh, or organic cream cheese, cheddar cheese shreds, and some bacon bits. It’s also an excellent idea to top this off with some fresh chives, parsley, and oregano herbs.

Grilled Herbed Steak And Sliced Veg

Steak can be healthy, granted you avoid the artificial flavorings, rubs, and marinade products packed with unhealthy ingredients. Instead of reaching for these quick flavoring options, use natural herbs, salt, and a bit of pepper.

The clean ingredients for this clean steak are garlic cloves, fresh chopped parsley, red wine vinegar, dijon mustard, olive oil, black pepper, and a pinch of sea salt. Use these ingredients to make a rub for your steak and cook to your preference.

You can enjoy this steak with a variety of organic veggies sliced into thin strips.

Poached Eggs And Avo Toast

This breakfast or snack meal is incredibly easy to prepare. However, you will need to be sure you are using organic free-range eggs and organic avocado, and when it comes to bread options that suit a clean eating plan, there are a few different options.

While you should avoid white bread, you can consider whole-wheat bread, sourdough bread, sprouted-grain bread, seeded bread, or even banana bread.

A Simple Salad

A simple salad is another excellent option to stay on track with a clean eating plan. However, the salad dressing must be made with clean ingredients. Instead of reaching for ready-made salad dressings at the store, consider making your own.

Use extra virgin olive oil, balsamic vinegar, and a variety of herbs, salt, and pepper. You can also consider greek yogurt with a few herbs or lemon juice and olive oil. There are tons of clean-eating salad dressing recipes that will help you create healthy salad dressings that won’t harm your health.

The central point of clean eating plans is to avoid processed foods and anything artificial. By switching convenience to organic ingredients, you’ll find your health and wellness improving almost immediately. Clean eating might be a new trend, although it has been the best approach to healthy eating since the dawn of time.

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