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Clean EatingClean Eating

Clean Eating September 2016

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

Go Back to School with Us!Why should the kids have all the fun? Join us online at the Clean Eating Academy, where you can master the fundamentals of a clean-eating lifestyle with our certified culinary, nutrition and fitness experts. Join Chef James Smith for our Introduction to Clean Cooking & Nutrition class – now available on demand; slim down with group support in our Whole-Life Guide to Lasting Weight Loss class, relaunching in September; and watch out for our brand new course, Mastering Sustainable Seafood, Poultry and Meat, in October. Get more info at cleaneating.com/CEA.Pack Clean Lunches to Fuel Your DayBe the envy of the cafeteria! Ditch the boring brown-bag standbys and liven up your lunch with 12 easy options like Mason jar salads, collard green wraps and stuffed pitas.…

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meet the new us

Welcome to our refresh issue! Thousands of you took the time out of your busy days to take our biggest reader survey to date, and your thoughtful responses truly astounded and inspired us! We got a head-to-toe makeover that transcends cosmetics, and at its core is our new tagline: Real Food for a Healthy, Happy Life. Of course, we all eat clean as often as life permits with the goal of improving health, but if you drill deeper, you realize that the quest for abiding health is fueled by the desire to live happily for as long as possible. At the crux of living is good health, but the real point of living, of course, is unfettered happiness. With our fresh tagline, we are acknowledging and celebrating both! There are…

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letters & advisory board

Q/ What do bay leaves add to a dish, and what types of recipes do they work best in? – ANDREW PRICE, SEATTLE, WAA/ Bay leaves add a subtle aromatic flavor that can elevate a good recipe into something spectacular. They work best in soups, stews, sauces or other brothbased recipes that require at least 1 hour of cooking time (although you can also use them in shorter recipes). Using dried bay leaves is recommended since fresh leaves can impart a strong menthol or eucalyptus flavor. Toss leaves in whole so that you can easily remove them as their dry, sharp texture makes them unpleasant to eat. Give bay leaves a try in Clean Eating's Cream of White Bean, Carrot & Ginger Soup with Cashews or Vidalia Onion-Braised Flank Steak…

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4 ways with toast

The Epicureanwith Ricotta, Sautéed Tomatoes & HoneyThe Surferwith Smashed Avocado & Smoked SalmonThe Hipsterwith Mushrooms, Truffle Oil & GruyèreThe Lumberjackwith Sweet Potato, Egg & AvocadoThe Lumberjack with Sweet Potato, Egg & AvocadoServes 2.½ sweet potato, peeled, cut crosswise into ¼-inch rounds2 tsp ghee or olive oil2 large eggs2 slices wholegrain bread*1 avocado, peeled, pitted and thinly sliced2 tbsp finely chopped red onion⅛ tsp sea saltAll-natural hot sauce, to taste1. Preheat oven to 400°F. Arrange potato in a single layer on a parchmentlined baking sheet. Mist on both sides with cooking spray. Bake until tender and lightly golden, turning halfway, 20 to 25 minutes.2. In a medium skillet on medium, heat ghee. To a small bowl, crack 1 egg and slide it into skillet; repeat with remaining egg. Cook until whites…

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bar stars

(PHOTO BY GUSTAVO RODRIGUEZ)The hunt for a clean snack bar can be a challenge when you're facing the slew of grocery-store granola bars touting themselves as “healthy” when they are anything but. That's why it pays to be a label sleuth. Look for brands that artfully blend naturally sweet foods like dates with nuts, seeds, dried unsweetened fruits and superfoods like spirulina and cacao, and nix non-CE–approved ingredients like brown rice syrup, cane sugar and canola oil. Here are six of our guilt-free snacktime favorites.1. MINTY MELONWith moist, chocolaty flavor reminiscent of an after-dinner mint, Go Raw Grow Sprouted Raw Plant Protein Bar in Mint Chocolate boasts sprouted watermelon seeds as its star ingredient – they provide magnesium, zinc, folate and amino acids. $2, goraw.com2. SUPERFOOD SNACKLärabar Organic with Superfoods…

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your quick start guide to eating mindfully

CE: What is mindful eating?SA: We’re often on autopilot when we eat. We just pick up the fork and eat and don’t really think much about it. Mindful eating is about being in the moment and savoring. It’s not a diet; it’s behavioral strategies, or being in the moment, so that you can savor and enjoy food.CE: What are some key triggers of mindless eating?SA: Stress, boredom and anxiety. Simply having food present can cause it. There is a recent Cornell University study that looked at people’s kitchen counters. Those who had cereal and soda out in the open weighed up to 26 pounds more than those who didn’t. We often have a lot of associations, too. If you snack while watching TV, try to shake up your routine. You…

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