Feeling sluggish? Tired all the time with low energy level? Feeling hungry all the time? Adopting a clean eating lifestyle might just be what you and your body need!Download FREE with Kindle UnlimitedIt may be hard to fathom, but people today ingest a lot more manufactured pseudo-food then they do anything that might do the body some good. All sorts of chemicals are used in food processing to ensure packaged goods have a long shelf life. Now, think about putting that processed food in your body, imagine how difficult it is for your body to break it down. And when your body does break it down, there isn’t much to it beyond some simple carbs that shoot into and out of your body in a flash, so you’re hungry within minutes.The clean eating program is not so much diet as a new way of thinking about the food we eat. We are spoiled for fast food choices and so the types of foods we eat can depend heavily on where we are at meal times or what is easiest to grab on the go. What is missing is the understanding that all food is not created equal, and filling up your body is not the same as fueling your body with nutrients it can use — and that will protect it from illness.The clean eating approach is about only ingesting foods that are going to provide your body with benefits. You are going to eliminate all processed goods, foods high in bad fats as well as foods that are laden with sugars. What you are left with are clean foods that your body knows how to break down and utilize for optimal body functioning.Clean Eating Made Easy includes delicious, wholesome recipes for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. •You can start off your day with Avocado-loved Eggs or Strawberry Steel Cut Oats or the Avocado-loved Eggs.•Moving into the lunch hour, a nice dish of Parmesan Broccoli Quinoa is extremely satisfying or go for a little berry and nuts with Blueberry Walnut Chicken Salad.•For dinner, check out delicious Baked Turkey Meatballs or succulent Garlic Pork Chops. The clean eating lifestyle ensures your body is healthy, and your taste buds are equally satisfied!Awesome FREE BONUS COOKBOOKS included with this book for a limited time. Grab your copy now!Scroll back up and click the BUY NOW button at the top right side of this page for an immediate download! Read on your Kindle, IPhone, IPad, Android Cellular phone, tablet, laptop or computer with Amazon’s free Kindle reading App.
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Sarah Spencer lives in Canada with her husband and two children. She describes herself as an avid foodie who prefers watching the Food Network over a hockey game! She is a passionate cook, who divides her time between creating new recipes, writing cookbooks, and family time, though not necessarily in that order!Sarah has had two major influences in her life regarding cooking, her Grandmother and Mama Li. She was introduced to cooking at an early age by her Grandmother, who thought cooking for your loved ones was singularly the most important thing in life. Not only that, but she was the World’s Best Cook in the eyes of all those lucky enough to taste her well-kept secret recipes. Over the years, she conveyed her knowledge and appreciation of food to Sarah. Sarah moved to Philadelphia in her teens when her father was transferred there. She became close friends with a girl named Jade, whose parents owned a Chinese take-out restaurant. This is when Sarah met her second biggest influence, Mama Li. Mama Li was Jade’s mother and a professional cook in her own restaurant. Sarah would spend many hours in the restaurant as a helper to Mama Li. This led to her first job in the restaurant. Mama Li showed Sarah all she knows about cooking Asian food, knife handling, and mixing just the right amount of spices. Sarah became an excellent Asian cook, specializing in Chinese and Thai food. Along the way, Sarah developed her own style in the kitchen. She loves to try new flavours and mix up ingredients in new and innovative ways. She enjoy cooking with her slow cooker and finding ways to make life easier while feeding your loved one with flavourful and healthy meals. She is also very sensitive to her son’s allergy to gluten and has been cooking gluten-free and paleo recipes for quite some time. Moreover, her daughter’s vegetarian diet has also caused her to explore meatless recipes. In short, the many dietary restrictions of her own family have also opened up many new recipes.