The amazing Clean Eating team puts a lot of love into every issue, of course, but a little magic happened while planning this one, knowing just how much our readers depend on us to arm them with the tools they need to continue on their clean-eating path, especially at the turn of a new year.
Start with a total kitchen overhaul on page 38. In five amazingly simple steps, declutter and organize your kitchen for complete clean-eating success.We spoke to the top organization experts in the field and the result is a 12-page organization how-to you can start on today. (Side effects may include weight loss!)
In this issue you’ll also find multifunction recipes: By popular request, we’re serving up slimming low-carb, high-protein meals to help you detox from the festive season. And on page 50, you’ll find make-ahead freezer meals that are so impressive, you’d never guess they were frozen. These five make-ahead gems will become your new staples and could mean successfully making it to that evening yoga class.
The notion of resolutions can feel contrived, we know, and that’s why we suggest not making any. Skip the diet, the calorie counting, the scale and the strict labels. Simply focus on wiping the slate clean, purging the unnecessary and eating delicious, real food – making incremental shifts towards a cleaner kitchen and a cleaner bill of health.
And above all, have fun!
– Alicia Rewega, Editor-in-Chief
DECLUTTER YOUR KITCHEN
Organizing your kitchen won’t just make your life easier–it may help you lose weight too!
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