The definition of clean eating can vary depending on who you ask. When I was focusing on clean eating I eliminated processed foods, white flour, and white sugar. I was buying whole fat dairy (low fat typically means more sugar) and I was making pretty much everything I ate from scratch. Typically with clean eating you also want to buy organic as much as possible.
Cutting out sugar was a big part of this lifestyle for me. The first few days were rough, but I found once I got past the first four or five days I wasn’t craving it anymore. The thing I found most amazing was after a few days I actually wasn’t craving anything anymore! I ate when I was hungry and other than that I wasn’t really thinking about food (which is unheard of for me). It was crazy to see how that happened after cutting out all the processed foods (and chemicals that go with them). Read more