You can sign up here with your email to receive a few more updates between now and when the course will launch. When you sign up to receive updates, you will also receive my free cheat sheet: “7 Steps to Clean Eating Meal Planning When You Don’t Have a Lot of Time”. You can unsubscribe at any time.
And there’s more to whet your appetite. Grocery lists. Short ingredient lists. 30 minutes or less. Make-ahead. And much, much more.
So, what do you think? I hope you’re excited, too. Feel free to holler if you have any questions.
Love you and thank you for the inspiration. I couldn’t have done it without you.
Bonus: your questions are already rolling in. Well, here are the answers!
Q: Are the recipes gluten-free?
A: The majority of the recipes that I provide in this program are naturally gluten free. You won’t have to search for things like xanthem gum or rice flour, though. I stick to my trusted busy person pantry. Whole foods that most of you already have in your pantry, whether you’re GF or not. Why did I make so many recipes GF? Partly because my recipes are based on vegetables and fruits, proteins and other foods in their least processed state. And because I know lot of you are looking for GF recipes. That’s why.
Q: Is Clean Eating Cooking School subscription-based?
A: Clean Eating Cooking School will incur a one-time membership fee. And that is it. After you purchase your membership, you can log in whenever you want at no additional fee.
Q: What is in the free cheat sheet?
A: Well, download it and you will find out! But seriously, I packed some of my best tips in there. So check it out. You can unsubscribe if you don’t want to receive any more emails.
Q: Are the recipes easy to make?
A: Absolutely. I know you already have a lot on your plate. So do I. I always aim to keep the ingredient lists short–usually between three and 7 ingredients. And I am so over washing piles of dishes, so I always keep dish dirtying to a minimum in my recipes. Ingredients can be found at most well-stocked mainstream grocery stores.
Q: Does clean eating eliminate food groups?
A: No way! You get to enjoy your favorite food groups in their least processed state. If you’re a vegetarian, there are still plenty of great recipe options. If you don’t eat dairy, you can easily make substitutions for the recipes that contain dairy, like for milk or yogurt. If you’re Paleo, there are some whole grain and legume recipes in this program, so you may want to skip over those.
Q: How much does it cost?
A: The price will be announced during the launch in January 2016.
Q: I have a patient that this would be perfect for. Can you send me more info?
A: Thank you so much! Send them to this blog post, or send them here.