Clean eating means choosing fruits, vegetables, and meats that are raised, grown, and sold with minimal processing. Often they’re organic, and rarely (if ever) should they contain additives. But in some cases, the methods of today’s food producers are neither clean nor sustainable. The result is damage to our health, the environment, or both.
An article from Prevention Magazine took a look at food through the eyes of the people who spend their lives uncovering what’s safe—or not—to eat. They asked them a simple question: “What foods do you avoid?” Their answers don’t necessarily make up a “banned foods” list. But take a look at some of the things mentioned by clicking here.