Clean eating. It’s one of those terms I hear bandied about a lot. Whether it’s from personal trainers, or in magazines and diet books. The truth is “clean eating” has no real definition. In fact, it probably means something different to each who use it. And there’s not a shred of scientific evidence to support the notion.
There’s little that brings division more than beliefs. Whether that’s religious, political, or even within healthcare. I see it regularly in the diet world these days. There are a lot of passionate people out there talking about what they eat, and essentially telling you what you should be eating, too.
Ever get frustrated at the ever-changing and contradictory nutritional advice being spouted by university and internet trained experts? Believe me when I say, your frustration is probably a fraction of mine. I’m supposed to know what’s right and have all the answers, and while I enjoy researching, sometimes wading through contradictory claims can become tiresome.