Eating "clean" generally means consuming food in its natural state - or as close to it as possible.
This means avoiding foods with loads of preservatives and added sugars, or foods stripped of their nutritional value. Eating clean offers many health benefits - and it%u0027s good for the environment, too.
As time and energy permits, try incorporating one of these simple ways to eat clean into your daily routine before Earth Day on April 22nd.
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