Clean Eating - Expert nutrition advice that redefines a “clean plate.”
This is it, the year you’re going to shed those unhealthy habits and emerge fitter, stronger and feeling so much better. We’re going to help you get started with advice from three local wellness experts.
Through education and experience, Angie Bartness, owner of Physical Culture (v), Dr. Casey Moore from Moore Chiropractic and Aaron Switz, owner of Agra Culture Kitchen & Press, have discovered successful strategies for eating better–even in winter when you’re more likely to crave carbs and couch cushions.
The time is now. Clean out those cupboards and cleanse your kitchen of foods that may be weighing you down. Here’s a guide to get you started.
Angie Bartness, owner Physical Culture (v)
Bartness is a personal trainer with certification from the National Personal Training Institute and the Institute for Integrative Nutrition.
Eliminate foods that may cause inflammation.