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Clean Eating September/October 2019

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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Country:
United States
Language:
English
Publisher:
Pocket Outdoor Media, LLC
Frequency:
One-off
R 85,50

in this issue

1 min
prime pick

Who hasn’t made the mistake of overindulging after a workout? New research from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln reports that choosing your post-exercise snack before getting your reps in could make the difference. Researchers followed two groups – one that was asked to decide on a snack before exercising and one that chose after. In the first group, 74% of participants made the judicious choice of an apple, while only 55% of those in the second group went healthy, the rest choosing a brownie. Researchers say making the decision in advance increases the odds of eating nutritiously by 20%.…

17 min
fuel your fitness

WHAT TO EAT… Before You Train These days, the most frequent question you’ll hear on the gym floor is not, “How much can you bench?” but rather “To fast … or not to fast?” That is the question. And the answer is, well, a bit complicated. The research is split on whether or not intermittent fasting is best for performance training. If your goal is to lose weight, working out first thing in the morning on an empty stomach may be helpful. A 2018 review of 46 studies found that eating before training can boost your endurance while working out; it also found that exercising while in a fasted state causes the release of more free fatty acids into your bloodstream, indicating improved fat burning. Harley Pasternak, MS, nutrition expert and celebrity trainer,…

5 min
meet the weeknight wizard

What if we told you that all you needed was a sheet pan, a skillet and a Dutch oven to make weeknight cooking a breeze? Enter Beth Lipton, a New York-based chef, food and wellness writer and Clean Eating’s very own culinary nutritionist. Lipton’s mission is to help people eat healthier by actually enjoying the experience of cooking – and just as importantly, without finishing off with a sink full of dishes. In her first upcoming course, Easy, No-Mess 1-Pan Meals, she walks you through kitchen tools, culinary techniques and scrumptious recipes to help you whip your weeknight dinners into shape. As a health-focused chef and writer, Lipton is also the perfect person to teach High-Protein Meals for Energy & Fat Loss. In this second course, she’ll cover everything you need…

4 min
where healthy family fare meets fun

Take a peek inside Karlene Karst’s breakout new cookbook, This Kitchen Is for Dancing, for family meal solutions that are creative, inspired and most of all, fun. Due to busy days and activity-packed evenings, preparing meals ahead of time has become a mainstay in the lives of many familes, including my own. Between swimming lessons, soccer and gymnastics, it’s hard to carve out time to cook. What a treat it is to come home to a delicious, nourishing meal that takes just minutes to get on the table! It’s possible, with some pre-planning and meal prep. The art of planning meals and preparing food a few days a week is a skill, and like all acquired skills, it takes practice. Shopping, cooking, chopping, baking and properly storing and reheating meals so they…

11 min
remix meals

Black Bean Burgers with Smoky Garlic Mayo Q V SERVES 4. HANDS-ON TIME: 15 MINUTES. TOTAL TIME: 30 MINUTES. The garlicky mayo on these burgers is so good, you may need to make a triple batch for all your sandwich needs. And the patties are a tasty meatless option you don’t have to fire up the grill for. 2 15-oz BPA-free cans black beans, drained and rinsed (TRY: Eden Organic Black Beans No Salt Added)¼ cup roughly chopped red onion1 large egg3 cloves garlic, finely chopped, divided3 tbsp ground flaxseeds1½ tsp smoked paprika, divided¾ tsp each sea salt and ground black pepper4 whole-grain buns, halved¼ cup olive oil mayonnaisetoppings (sliced tomato, red onion, avocado, lettuce), as desired 1. Preheat oven to 350°F. Line a rimmed baking sheet with parchment; set aside. 2. To a food processor, add beans,…

5 min
3 ways with monk fruit sweetener

Mix in Some Monk Fruit Since monk fruit is 100 to 200 times sweeter than table sugar, a small amount will suffice in cooking or baking. Some products are sweetened only with monk fruit, while others combine it with other sweeteners such as cane sugar, erythritol and dextrose. Read product labels carefully as erythritol can cause digestion troubles in some individuals. In the following recipes, we used between ¼ to ¾ tsp in both sweet and savory dishes to bring balance and richness. We like to pair this product with bold flavors like smoked paprika or the sumptuous caramel of the dates. Instant Pot Pulled BBQ Chicken with Coleslaw SERVES 4.1½ lb skinless, boneless chicken thighs½ cup sliced yellow onion¾ cup unsalted tomato paste2 tbsp apple cider vinegar1 tbsp Worcestershire sauce2 tsp smoked paprika1…