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Seated in her sterile kitchen with bowls of fruit carefully placed around the worktops you could not mistake you are with a ‘Clean Eater’.
Jan Billery, part of the Billery & Sludge duo known to many as wellness experts and part of the clean eating plan that has been rolling out for several years and is successful.
“My way of eating is good because it teaches people to see food differently and helps focus on what we put into our bodies. It’s opened a whole new world to me, I look and feel healthy and I just love to help people turn their lives around.” – Jan Billery.
The whole clean eating thing is at a new level with the introduction of veganism that have made everyone slender. You can see why millions are convinced if you eat nothing you will lose weight.
“Before I started eating clean, I used to eat everything leaving me feeling sluggish and completely knackered and my kitchen always resembled a dumpster. Now I sleep far less and have so much energy. I’ve saved so much money with my latest diet, so much so, I now have a new kitchen with fruit bowls everywhere. No more mess for me. Thinking about how far my natural food travels to my plate, I’m mindful of our environment and the future of our planet. I would like to add, learn perimeter shopping at your local grocery store, it’s fun.” – Clean Eater, Ruby.
The Billery & Sludge Monthly - The ‘Wellness’ Guide for Beginners
- Become a Vegan. Announce to friends and family you are on your way to becoming a ‘Clean Eater’.
- Become Gluten intolerant, it can be tempting to eat food from local grocery store with the ‘Free From’ labels but resist these products.
- Cut out all processed foods. Beware, cooking is also a process.
- Eat natural and raw food up to six times a day, oh and keep an eye on those portion sizes.
- Hydration is important. Drink 8 glasses of water per day. Drinking your quota of H20 each day will stop you feeling the burning hunger for the first 3 months.
- In Grocery stores, it’s important to browse the outside aisles. Remember, perimeter shopping rules.
A recipe for you to keep:
Free Online Leaflet – Porridge & Chia - The Billery & Sludge Magazine