If you talk to anyone remotely interested in food and nutrition (who doesn't like to eat?), they'll probably give you their own rundown of what clean eating means to them — the dos and the don'ts. While there's no official definition of "eating clean," the general premise is built on eating primarily whole foods close to their natural states.
Avoiding highly processed packaged goods with ingredients that sound more like a lab experiment (think: corn syrup and hydrogenated oils) are a no. Concentrating on eating healthier, whole foods, such as whole grains, vegetables, fruits and nuts are a great, big yes! Here are 10 easy, clean-eating recipes that you can make in 15 minutes or less!