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Clean EatingClean Eating

Clean Eating November/December 2018

Clean Eating magazine is about consuming food in its most natural state, or as close to it as possible. It’s a lifestyle approach to food and its preparation, leading to an improved life. Each issue is filled with a variety of delicious, wholesome, low-fat, and easily made recipes that can be shared with friends and family.

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United States
Language:
English
Publisher:
Active Interest Media
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dig into more ce at cleaneating.com

Join Our New Year Real-Food Reboot!The holidays are upon us and with them comes a tendency to eat a little more, sip a little more and skip the gym in lieu of travel and social get-togethers. It’s nothing to feel guilty about – you stay healthy all year long so that you can indulge this time of year! But come January, you’re ready to reboot, and we’re here to help.Join us for an inspiring 28-Day Real-Food Reboot led by two nutrition coaches, Clean Eating’s rockstar dietitians Erin Macdonald, RDN, and Tiffani Bachus, RDN, BCS. In this invigorating, 4-week clean-eating boot camp, we’ll meal plan and cook together; learn everything there is to know about building a diet that works best for your personal needs; we’ll take on habit-forming lifestyle challenges;…

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your a-to-z guide to the season

Between hosting, shopping, planning and carrying on with regular life (oh yeah, that!), November and December are decidedly the most hectic months of the year – but they don’t have to be. Longtime Clean Eating insiders know that our mission has always been to make life easier, and this issue takes the cake.When planning all the holiday meals you could possibly be hosting between Thanksgiving and New Year’s, our recipe developers thought of everything! In “The Perfect 10 Holiday Spread,” we’re giving you 7 unbelievably tasty and veg-heavy recipes that can be mixed and matched endlessly to suit intimate dinner parties, massive Christmas blowouts and everything in between. Got gluten-free or vegetarian guests? These meals can be easily adapted to either restriction so that everyone can partake. We love giving…

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letters & advisory board

Q/ Do you need to wash chicken before cooking it?A/ Salmonella and Campylobacter are disease-causing pathogens that are mostly associated with raw and undercooked chicken and other poultry. In 2017, Salmonella and Campylobacter caused four to five times higher incidences of infection than the next pathogen commonly transmitted through food, so food safety around these items is key.We are taught to wash our foods well before eating them, and this remains an excellent food-safety practice. But current recommended practices dictate not washing raw chicken before cooking because the splashes that occur during washing may transfer poultry pathogens to other foods and surfaces, increasing the chances for cross-contamination. Wash all the surfaces and utensils that contacted the poultry well. Keep raw chicken refrigerated until ready to use, and cook to 165ºF at…

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Dear Alicia,I loved the September 2018 Budget Issue. As a longtime reader, this issue blew me away. Wow! The magazine felt revamped and revitalized. Your team deserves a gold star.Insta Love ♡Portuguese Poultry@ABBYLOVESPALEOTrying out the Peri Peri–Roasted Chicken recipe from #cleaneatingmagazine. Finished product, beyond delicious!Get the recipe at cleaneating.com!Share your meals, thoughts, praise – and even hell raise! – by tagging #CLEANEATINGMAG in your social posts or taking fingers to the ol’ keyboard to send an electronic message to CEeditorial@aimmedia.com.DON’T FORGET TO FOLLOW US!Get bonus recipes and more inspiring clean-eating content on social media. ■…

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meet our experts

Aurora A. Saulo PhDProfessor & Extension Specialist in Food Technology University of Hawaii at Manoamarianne wren BA, CCAs both a recipe developer and food stylist, Wren has worked with print and advertising clients. She completed her culinary training at Dubrulle French Culinary School and The Culinary Institute of America.heather bainbridge BSc, MA, EdM, RD, CDNCertified dietitian-nutritionist and registered dietitian who specializes in counseling clients to achieve a healthier weight and improve conditions including type 2 diabetes and heart disease.kathrin brunner CNPClean Eating’s “Clean Living” columnist, nutritionist and yoga teacher. Brunner teaches at The Institute of Holistic Nutrition and has a private practice that offers a variety of workshops, corporate talks and yoga classes.erin macdonald RDN tiffani bachus RDNClean Eating Academy instructors, co-owners of the U Rock Girl nutrition and training…

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latkes 3 ways

Mini Beet & Carrot LatkesHEALTH BENEFIT: Both beets and sweet potatoes contain beneficial vitamin C. While it is best known as a go-to cold fighter, the vitamin really works by encouraging the production of white blood cells, which can fight any infection.The Classic-Made-Clean LatkesHEALTH BENEFIT: Potatoes are packed with potassium, an essential mineral that naturally lowers blood pressure and decreases the risk of stroke – eating 4,700 milligrams daily supports overall cardiovascular health.Skillet Sweet Potato LatkeHEALTH BENEFIT: Sweet potatoes are a good source of vitamin A, which protects the surface of the eye and prevents ocular degeneration. Vitamin A is also one of many nutrients that contribute to the growth of strong hair and healthy skin. ■…

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