List of Clean Foods

Before you start supplementing with the supplements compared on this site, you need to get your diet in order. Otherwise you will have nothin’ but “expensive pee”. You should begin monitoring every single thing you eat with a site like to start understanding where your calories are coming from.

Here is a list of ‘clean’ foods that bodybuilders use to create meals. These foods have high nutritional content, no processed sugars, and no trans fats or other types of bad fat.

Our Clean Foods List

sugar-free protein powder (we recommend whey protein after workouts and as snacks, and possibly casein protein before bed.) lean beef chicken breast turkey breast fresh fish canned tuna canned salmon eggs Egg Beaters / liquid egg whites beef jerky lite cottage cheese sweet potatoes yams long grain brown rice old fashioned oats steel cut oats eggplant squash romaine lettuce spinach asparagus avocado broccoli brussel sprouts cabbage cauliflower cucumbers celery peppers (any color) mushrooms string beans zucchini apples bananas fresh or frozen berries extra virgin olive oil safflower oil flax seed oil almonds walnuts natural sugar-free peanut butter cashews (raw) pistachios (raw, insides only) pears tomatoes Chick peas sweet potato kidney beans almond butter ezekiel bread

Fibrous Vegetables

Alfalfa Sprouts Artichoke Hearts Asparagus Bamboo Shoots Bean Sprouts Broccoli Brussel Sprouts Cabbage Cauliflower Celery Chives Collard Greens Cucumber Eggplant Endive Escarole Fennel Hearts of Palm Jicama Kale Leeks Lettuce Mushrooms Okra Onion Parsley Peppers Pumpkin Radicchio Radishes Rhubarb Sauerkraut Scallions Snow Pea Pods Sorrel Spaghetti Squash Spinach String beans Summer Squash Turnips Water Chestnuts Wax beans Zucchini

Boom! Now go buy a bunch of stuff, throw the vegetable names into Google, add the word “recipe” after it, and you will have tons of great ideas!

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Happy Eating!

About the Author: Mike Roberto

Mike Roberto

Mike Roberto is a research scientist and water sports athlete who founded PricePlow. He is a biohacker with extensive experience in supplementation and dietary modification, whose personal expertise stems from several "n=1" experiments done on himself.

Mike's goal is to bridge the gap between nutritional research scientists and non-academics who seek to better their health in a system that has catastrophically failed the public.

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