VIDEO: Grocery Store Tour

The first trip to the grocery store after switching to clean eating can be a little daunting.

I was recently speaking with a friend who is making major dietary changes at the recommendation of her doctor. Her eyes widened as she told me how lost she felt at the grocery store.

After our conversation, I remembered how totally overwhelmed I felt as I initially navigated the grocery store after committing to clean eating.

To make things easier at the grocery store, I just posted an awesome clean eating grocery list. You can get your free copy here.

And then I took that awesome list to the grocery store with me and made a video. I made it to show you how I shop for groceries and keep my pantry stocked for clean eating.

A MASSIVE thanks to my ever patient friend Samantha who filmed this whole video for me. Seriously, she is the epitome of patience.

(I’d love to know what you think…please leave me a comment!)


Recipe Round-Up: Spiralized Vegetables

Recipe Round-up: Spiralized VegetablesLast week I did a tutorial on how to use a spiralizer. If you missed it, you can check it out here. I’m late to the game on this spiralizing thing, but I am IN LOVE.

I promised I’d share recipes with you that showcase spiralized vegetables, and today I shall deliver!

Here’s a roundup  of 4 recipes that use spiralized vegetables that looked so mouth-wateringly good I had to share them with you.  Continue reading

Better Than Before: Mastering the Habits of Our Everyday Lives

Better Than BeforeI recently picked up a copy of Gretchen Rubin’s book “Better Than Before.

I bought it because I really enjoyed her Happiness Project book and I’m a little obsessed with efficiency in general and optimizing my habits and routine.

When I started reading “Better Than Before”, I intended to enjoy it privately and use the suggestions in my personal life. But as I read, I was struck I was by how many of the ideas she laid out could be applied to clean eating. Continue reading

Picnic Chicken

Picnic Chicken This Picnic Chicken is the perfect paleo, clean eating answer to “What’s for Dinner?”

This is a delightfully delicious, much-improved version of fried chicken. It is, of course, gluten-free, but it also has no greasy coating.

It uses almond flour, flax seed (really!) and seasonings to create a crunchy, satisfying coating.  Continue reading