This entry is part of the series Health on the Shelf

Spring is here . . Spring Cleaning . . . Clean Eating! What is clean eating? According to the Mayo Clinic, clean eating is eating foods that are as close as possible to their natural state. You might think that this sounds out of reach, especially with fast food on every corner and snacks at the end of every grocery aisle. But there are ways to use clean eating to improve your diet. However, like so many things, it is important to do your research and talk to your doctor. For ideas on clean eating and to see if it may be right for you, take a look at the titles from the library collection listed below. At the end of the list, check out the section “Health on the Digital Shelf” for more ideas.

The Clean Plate: Eat, Reset, Heal
by Gwyneth Paltrow

Eat Your Vitamins: Your guide to using natural foods to get the vitamins, minerals, and nutrients your body needs
by Mascha Davis

100 Days of Real Food on a Budget: Simple tips and tasty recipes to help you cut out processed food without breaking the bank
by Lisa Leake

The Complete Clean Eating Cookbook: 200 fresh recipes and 3 easy meal plans for a healthy diet
by Laura Ligos

Eating Clean: Delicious whole food recipes

Clean Cuisine Cookbook: 130+ anti-inflammatory recipes to heal your gut, treat autoimmune conditions, and optimize your health
by Ivy Ingram Larson and Andrew Larson

Clean & Lean: 30 days, 30 foods, a new you!
by Ian K. Smith

The Clean & Simple Diabetes Cookbook: Flavorful, fuss-free recipes for everyday meal planning
by Jackie Newgent

Health on the Digital Shelf

Click here to access Flipster Digital Magazines and read Clean Eating magazine on your device.

Click here to access Health and Medical Databases and find articles on clean eating and nutrition.

eBooks on Libby by Overdrive

Eating Clean for Dummies
by Johnathan Wright
The Everything Eating Clean Cookbook
by Britt Brandon
10-minute recipes: Fast food, clean ingredients, natural health
by Llana Werner-Gray