Clean Eating

Clean eating is about eating real food that grows in nature and staying away from processed foods. It is making healthy eating easy.

A Clean Eating approach is tasty and exciting. Using high quality produce, even the simplest recipe can be delicious and colorful. When you choose to eat clean it means that you care more about quality than quantity. You restrict only the food that you know can be harmful for you. There are no dogmas or dietary restrictions. There are no good or bad foods. There is nutritional awareness and nutritional density.

Clean Eating is Plant Based

During the Renature experiences, we are suggesting a predominantly plant-based diet and the meals are gluten and sugar free. We do not use mainstream dairy products, but in some of the meals we will use high quality goats and sheep cheese and yogurt. Eggs are free range and the small amount of fish and meat that we suggest are sourced from local or high quality farmers.

Clean Eating for Peak Performance

To be at our best and achieve peak performance, taking care of our food choices is important. To perform better, in any given area of life, as an athlete, as a mother, or in the corporate world, we can use food as a tool to tune into clarity, energy and creativity.

Clean Eating Improves our Brain Function

Healthy fats are essential for your brain and minerals are key to keep your body´s ph balance. A balanced gutflora is essential for good mental health and focus. Your gut is more than your second brain, new research argues that it might even be “the first brain” – meaning that the health of our gut directly affects how our brain functions.

Clean Eating Balances our Mood

Feeling stressed and unable to focus well, experiencing mood swings and fluctuating energy levels during the day are all too common in our modern style of living. Are you constantly looking for a fix of sugar or coffee to keep you going? If any of these resonate with you, cleaning up your diet and body will bring you back into a healthy balance.

We are what we eat.

Our body, mind and emotions are directly connected to what we eat, digest, think and do.

Our physical and mental well-being is directly linked to what we eat and drink. The nutritional content of what we eat determines the composition of our cell membranes, bone marrow, blood, hormones, tissue, organs, skin, and hair. Our bodies are replacing billions of cells every day — and using the foods we consume as the source.

Researchers at the University of Oxford have demonstrated that the diets of organisms can even affect the composition of their genes.

“If it came from a plant, eat it. If it was made in a Plant, don’t”

Michael Pollan