Whole Foods Meal Plan

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Whole Foods Meal Plan

Keeping toxicity at bay in the diet has led me on a path of health and wholeness. This week’s meal plan is all about introducing fresh ingredients, such as nuts and seeds, fruits and leafy greens, good fats and oils, into your everyday dietary regimen. Eating more raw and detoxifying foods does not have to be an “all or nothing” approach, but rather, freshening up our diets with more whole ingredients and getting away from SAD (a.k.a. Standard American Diet) is the first step in a clean eating plan. Eating this way can be as easy or as difficult as one makes it; from gourmet Walnut-Kale Pesto with Zucchini Pasta to an almost-instant Berry Banana Smoothie to grabbing celery sticks and almond butter on-the-go, you may find the right recipes that work for you. Recipes include gluten free, dairy free and soy free options.


Jennifer McClelland
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Jennifer McClelland

After 10+ years on medication, Jennifer McClelland (aka Jennifer Mac) kicked the ol’ bottle, pill bottle, that is! As a whole food and raw food chef, Jennifer Mac is passionate about sharing with others how to be deliciously healthy. With roots on a farm in Idaho, Jennifer Mac studied at Living Light Culinary Institute in Northern California and authored The Right Blend: Blender-only Raw Food Recipes and Detox Delish: Your Guide to Clean Eating.
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