Back to Basics: Detoxing on Fruit and Yogurt

Back to Basics
       This week I’m going back to the basics of clean eating. I’m a yogurt and fruit lover! I’ll eat the stuff all day. Part of trying to get back into having a healthier diet requires finding things you like to eat but that are also healthy.
       A treat I like to have as a dessert is frozen yogurt from Pink Berry or Sweet Frog. I usually get plain low-fat vanilla and pile on fruit and nuts. Watch the calorie count (usually listed) on the yogurt you’re choosing, some can be really high and you wouldn’t expect it!
       If you’re into pecans, walnuts, almonds etc. watch the calories in those too. They aren’t meant to be snacked on all day. They’re more of a protein pick-me-up for the middle of the day. They have many health benefits but can be fattening if eaten too liberally.
       Crackers and cheese cubes are another favorite of mine. I like wheat crackers and small cheddar cheese cubes. Grapes can also be a nice touch!
       Finally, water is a must to have around. It helps flush out your digestive system and hydrates your body giving you a healthy glow. I flavor mine with fruit such as lemon or strawberries. I also happen to love cucumber and mint in my water!
Do you have any healthy eating tips? Comment below and share with friends!
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7 Responses to Back to Basics: Detoxing on Fruit and Yogurt

  1. Jessica says:

    Fro-Yo is life 🍦🍓🍌👌🏻

  2. Clean eating really does make you feel SO much better! It’s definitely a huge lifestyle change, though… I think the best advice is to not beat yourself up too much. Everyone deserves a slice of deep dish pizza every once in a while! 🙂

    • Its so true! I really love to eat healthy when I’m at home but treat myself when I go out to dinner with friends or family and get something not so healthy lol. Deep dish pizza is a killer for me so yummy!!!

  3. Pinkberry! YUM. I’ve only had it once, but I have yet to find any frozen yogurt that tastes better!

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  4. healthnut423 says:

    fewer animal products and fewer processed foods. whole fruits, vegetables, legumes, and grains are the basis for a healthy diet.

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