Painless Clean Eating Diet Recipes For Lazy People: 50 Simple Clean Eating Diet Recipes Even Your Lazy Ass Can Make







Painless Clean Eating Diet Recipes For Lazy People

50 Simple Clean Eating Diet Recipes Even Your Lazy Ass Can Make

By: Philip Pablo

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Kindle Edition 2015

Manufactured in the United States of America


This book is dedicated to my mom, who cooks me delicious dinner every day.

is Clean Eating Diet?



At its simplest concept, clean eating is a practice of only taking in natural, whole foods and avoiding processed foods. This removes the need to count calories or to avoid certain food types like in other diets. However, there is a deeper requirements aside from these. You can plan your meals to proper nutrition. This will naturally help your body to fight off diseases, manage your body weight, and make you feel better.

By practicing clean eating diet, you will experienced these health benefits:

  1. Your body weight is manageable
  2. Your body get sufficient nutrients by eating many food types
  3. You will not feel hungry so easily
  4. Your cholesterol levels and blood sugar levels are under control
  5. Your digestive system is regular
  6. Your cells are stronger and able to fight diseases efficiently
  7. You will feel good about yourself

Tips for Clean Eating

  1. Avoid processed foods
  2. Eat only wholesome natural food without seasoning
  3. Replace refined sugar with sweeteners
  4. Eat smaller meals in five to six meals daily
  5. Prepare your own food
  6. Eat balanced meal of carbs and proteins
  7. Add herbs and spices in your daily cooking
  8. Take in at minimum 2 litres of water a day

Foods Allowed and Not Allowed under Clean Eating



Food Not Allowed

  1. High fat and fried food
  2. Processed food
  3. Alcohol
  4. Refined sugar

Foods recommended

1. Oils from sunflower, coconut, walnut, avocado, olive, grapeseed, and pumpkin seed 

2. Fatty proteins-avocado, coconut, walnut and almonds 

3. Lean proteins 

4. Wheat flour, oat flour, and quinoa flour

 5. Sweeteners 

6. Fruits 

7. Vegetables 

8. Superfoods 

9. Yogurt 

10. Almond milk 

11. Condiments 

12. Herbs and spices - Oregano, parsley, rosemary, sage, tarragon, thyme, cinnamon, cloves, cumin, nutmeg, and turmeric

12. Herbs and spices - Oregano, parsley, rosemary, sage, tarragon, thyme, cinnamon, cloves, cumin, nutmeg, and turmeric






It is a high-protein hot breakfast that is a great substitute for cereal and oatmeal!


Preparation Time:
10 minutes

Cooking Time:
20 minutes



1 cup of black quinoa, rinsed

1 cup of figs or strawberries, freshly sliced

1 cup of light coconut milk

3/4 teaspoon of coconut oil

1 cup almond milk

2 teaspoons of ground cinnamon

2 tablespoons of shredded, unsweetened coconut

1 tablespoon of pure Lakanto

2 tablespoons of unsalted chopped almonds



1. Heat oil in a medium saucepan on an average heat. Put in cinnamon for about 1 minute. Insert quinoa and combine until equally coated. Add coconut milk and almond milk.

2. Wrap and bring to a boil, then remove lid and decrease to a simmer for about twelve minutes or until coconut
milk has been absorbed. Add Lakanto and mix to combine.

  1. In the middle of serving bowls, split the porridge. Top with shredded coconut, strawberries, and almonds.

    Calorie Count:
    179.7 per serving





A healthy and worthy breakfast.


Preparation Time:
15 minutes

Cooking Time:
20 minutes



2 pitas, whole-wheat (diameter should be 6 inches), halved

2 Roma tomatoes, sliced

7 oz. cooked flaked salmon (pouched or canned)

3 tablespoons drained capers

1/3 cup nonfat yogurt

2 cups baby arugula leaves

Zest of half lemon



1. Combine nonfat yogurt, lemon zest, and capers together in a tiny bowl.

2. After opening 1 pita half, spread quarter of nonfat yogurt mixture on 1 side. Place quarter of salmon afterward, tuck in 1/2 cup of arugula and quarter of tomato on top of non- fat yogurt mixture.

3. Repeat the steps with the remaining filling and pita halves.

Calorie Count:
334.4 per serving

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