5 Principles of Clean Eating (Page 4)

3. Eat Less Meat

Pictured Recipe: Stuffed Delicata Squash

3. Eat Less Meat

While meat offers protein, iron and vitamin B12, too much can pile on saturated fat and cholesterol. But you don’t have to cut out meat entirely to eat healthy. Use a small amount to flavor largely plant-based dishes, like seasoning vegetable soup with bits of chicken or jazzing up noodles and vegetables with shreds of pork.

Recipe to Try: Stuffed Delicata Squash

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