Health is an inside job. If you want to feel healthy and energized, start on the inside—with what you put in your body. Skip the diets and the gimmicks and instead focus on clean eating.
What Is Clean Eating?
Clean eating is a long-term lifestyle rather than a short-term diet. It’s more of an idea or concept than a specific list of rules. Defined simply, clean eating refers to choosing real food—the stuff that grows in the ground as opposed to the stuff that comes in a package.
Sounds simple, right? It is—but unfortunately, what is simple is not always easy. Life gets busy and we reach for food that is fast and convenient—and not so clean.
Why Eat Clean?
What’s so important about clean eating? We are faced with an epidemic of lifestyle related conditions such as heart disease, cancer, stroke and diabetes. We pop pills for depression, anxiety, and sleep disorders. We marinate in a chronic sea of stress. It has never been more important—or more complicated—to take impeccable care of our bodies. And it starts on the inside.
Want to take charge of your health and feel great? Start with what you choose—or don’t choose—to put in your mouth. Here’s how:
Want to learn more about clean eating? Come learn from the master. Sarah Seppa, St. Luke’s Registered Dietician, will give a free lecture in the Zenergy lobby on Thursday July 11th at noon.