Clean Eating

What is it?

"Clean" is a somewhat controversial term because it's broadly undefined. Bitewell defines Clean Eating as a lifestyle that involves choosing whole foods, avoiding processed foods, and creating a healthy, conscientious approach to what foods you eat.

Making the choice to eat clean is to remove unnecessary fats, sugars, and carbs from your diet. It’s about making better, more nutritious choices for your body. It’s also about refusing to continue to put junk in your body. “Junk,” in this context, includes processed foods, artificial flavors and sugars, foods with lots of salt and high in saturated fat, refined foods, and other foods that don’t provide you with sufficient nutritional value.

How It Works (the Bitewell way)

Eliminate processed foods that can cause weight gain and health issues. Lower consumption of sugar and salt.

Watch Out For

This diet can be costly, time consuming & restrictive if not done well.

Did you know?

Our Eat-Clean principles are:

  • Eat six small meals a day.
  • Eat breakfast every day, within an hour of getting up.
  • Eat lean protein and complex carbohydrates at every meal.
  • Have two or three servings of healthy fats every day.
  • Seek fiber, vitamins, nutrients, and enzymes from fresh fruits and vegetables.
  • Drink 2 to 3 liters of water (about 13 8-ounce cups) every day.

Ingredients Our Clean Eating Filter Avoids

Dairy, artificial sweetener, gluten, tree nuts, deli meats, foods with added sugar, refined carbs, other overly processed foods, breakfast cereals, cheese, tinned vegetables, bread, savory snacks, such as crisps, sausage rolls, pies and pasties, meat products, such as bacon, sausage, ham, salami and paté, microwave meals or ready meals, cakes and biscuits, milk or soft drinks, frozen dinners, instant ramen, ketchup, margarine, fruit snacks, dried fruit, microwave popcorn, flavored nuts, granola bars, bacon

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