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Disclaimer/Important Note

This eating plan is a guide only, you should always check with your doctor or local dietician if you have specific nutritional requirements or medical condition.


Getting Started


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What’s included With This Guide?

The Clean Eating Guide includes

  • 30 clean eating recipes
  • Shopping list for Coles or Woolworths with picture
  • 7 day flexible meal plan
  • And a Seasonal Fruit and Veg Chart


Now on to the Clean Eating Guide




People these days have so much trouble and are so out of touch with what they should eat, it drives them to despair, and with good reason. There is so much info out there to dig through; trying to come up with a clear idea of what to eat is enough to drive anyone crazy.


So hopefully this eating clean plan will help clear some things up and get you on the way to the body you’d really love to have.


Before we get to the diet plan there are some more things you’re going to need to do to make sure you make the most of this plan:


  • Get a Food Dairy (just a note book or a regular diary) and record all the things you eat and have been eating, you’ll be surprised
  • Plan to shop at least 1-2 times per week (so you can get fresh food)
  • Try and find an organic butcher or at least grass fed meats
  • Plan your week’s worth of meals 7 days in advance
  • Make sure you get plenty of sleep and be asleep by 10.30pm every night
  • If you’re not already exercising, start now it is a must.


Don’t worry if things aren’t perfect the first week it will take a bit of time to really change your routine. Your food diary will help notice patterns and areas where you’re having trouble with.


So long as you use the right foods you should be ok.


This Plan is broken down to include:

  • A shopping list with pictures so you know what to look for, I use Woolworths mostly but Coles has everything as well
  • And then the day by day meal plans
  • Individual Recipes to help you cook and prepare the individual meals
  • And the seasonal fruit and veg chart to help pick the best food through the year


Ok so you’ve got everything ready to go; now some clean eating rules:

  • Avoid gluten (unless you can tolerate)
  • Avoid dairy (unless you can tolerate)
  • Drink either Evian, Fiji, or other high quality water daily (or at least filtered)
  • Drink at least 1-1.5 litters of water everyday
  • Avoid Sugar from processed foods (not fruit) and DO NOT FEAR FAT
  • Eat smaller more regular meals
  • Don’t eat a massive dinner
  • If it’s more dead than you, don’t eat it (long shelf life, processed, refined foods)
  • Organic and fresh food is king, (chemical and pesticide free)
  • Avoid processed foods, additives, chemicals and preservatives (they’re bad)
  • Read food labels, if in doubt avoid it. Or Google it.


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The Recipes


Fruit Salad



1 Pineapple

Quarter of a water melon

Honey dew or rockmelon

Any in season fruit



Peal the skin off all your selected fruits, discard all the seeds and inedible parts of the fruits, chop all the fruits into roughly the same size pieces and add to a bowl serve ready to eat or pre pack into snack size portions

Rice Crackers

5 rice crackers with 2-3 tbsp organic hummus or half an avocado as a spread



Keep the rice crackers at work so you always have something there, if you have a fridge keep some hummus there too


Breakfast / Snack quiche*



6 free range eggs

1 zucchini

1 carrot

½ cup of corn kernels



Preheat oven to 180 degrees

Crack the eggs into a large bowl and whisk until combined

Grate the carrot and the zucchini into the bowl

Add the corn to the bowl and mix together so everything is coated

Add the mixture into the cup cake moulds then place the moulds into the oven and bake for 20-30 mins


Tips adjust the cooking time. Keep in the fridge as a snack

Hard Boiled Eggs



Eggs x 2




Add whole eggs into a small pot and add water, bring to the boil and cook for 5 minutes

Drain the eggs into a strainer and run under cold water, once cool remove the shells with your hands

Mixed Nuts


50 grams / Handful of raw nuts (cashews, almonds, macadamia, walnuts, pecans, Brazil nuts, pistachios), put them in a small snack container

Guacamole aka avocado dip



1 whole avocado


Lime juice optional

Salt and pepper



Take the flesh of the avocado add to a bowl

Add lime juice, paprika, salt and pepper and mash together until a paste is formed

Serve with carrot stick, rice crackers, or corn chips


Sunday Brekkie serves 2


2 Gluten Free sausages cut into quarters

2 free range eggs

1 tomato cut into quarters

½ cup of sliced mushrooms



Preheat the oven to 180 degrees

Add all the ingredients into a baking dish season with salt and pepper

Cook for 20 mins or until the eggs and sausages are cooked




½ cup of oats

1 teaspoon of honey


½ cup organic oats prepared with boiling water from the kettle or cooked in a saucepan over the stove. 1 tsp organic honey drizzled on top.


Breakfast Fruit Smoothie Banana and berry

1 banana

¼ cup mixed berries

1 table spoon LSA mix

½ cup organic almond or goat’s milk

1 cup ice


Add all the ingredients to a blender and blend until combined


Breakfast Fruit Smoothie Apple, Orange and Pineapple


1 green apple peeled

1 orange peeled

½ cup pineapple no skin

1 cup ice


Blend all ingredients in a blender then serve



Oatmeal and banana Smoothie

¼ cup raw oats


½ cup almond milk

1 teaspoon honey

1 cup ice cubes


Mix all ingredients into a blender and blend for 30-60 sec

Mixed Berries and flax seed Smoothie

1 cup mixed berries

1 banana

2 tablespoons plain non fat yogurt

3/4 cup almond milk

1 tablespoon ground flax seeds

1/2 cup ice cubes


Mix all ingredients into a blender and mix for 1 minute


Mushroom and Zucchini omelette


½ grated zucchini

½ cup mushrooms sliced

1 teaspoon olive oil

2 free range organic eggs




Crack the eggs into a bowl and whisk together

Add zucchini and mushrooms to the bowl and mix together

Add the oil to the pan and heat up, add the egg mixture to the pan and cook

 Sausage and egg scramble

1 gluten free sausage cut into small chunks

2 eggs whisked together

½ a cup mushrooms

½ a tomato cut into small chunks

Oil and salt



Whisk the eggs together into the bowl, and then add the mushrooms and the tomatoes set aside

Pre heat a pan and add oil, add the sausages and cook for a few minutes

Once the sausages are nearly cooked, add the egg mixture into the pan with the sausage and scramble for 2 min or until egg cooks


Season and serve


Gluten Free Toast

2 slices gluten free toast

Your choice of topping

1 tablespoon per slice of Organic peanut butter, Avocado, or hummus

Or 1 egg per slice cooked any style, fried scrambled or poached




Garden Egg Salad



2 hardboiled egg

1 cup salad greens mixed, rocket and spinach

½ cup shredded carrot

½ an avocado

Half a small cucumber sliced

½ a tomato cut into slices

½ cup corn kernels optional




Hard boil 2 eggs (follow previous recipe) and set aside for later

Wash all the salad greens and place into a bowl

Add the remaining ingredients along with the hard boiled eggs to make the salad

Mix we’ll together then serve or put into dishes for lunches in the fridge

Thai Beef Salad



100-150 grams of organic grass fed rump

½ head of a cos lettuce

½ a cucumber sliced or shredded

1 red chilli deseeded and sliced lengthways (optional)

½ cup Fresh mint leaves

½ cup Fresh basil leaves

Pan juices from the steak as a dressing

¼ cup of raw cashews (optional)




Preheat a pan or on the grill and cook the steak until medium

Once cooked set aside to rest

Wash all the salad greens

Place all the lettuce, cucumber chilli, mint, and basil into a bowl

Slice the steak into thin strips, and add to the salad bowl

Pour the remaining juices into the bowl to make a dressing.

Serve warm or keep in the fridge for a lunch

Salmon and mix veg Salad



Small tin of salmon

½ an avocado

½ cup of steamed pumpkin small cubes

1 cup of mixed salad greens

½ a cucumber

½ a tomato




Boil or steam the pumpkin until soft

Place the salad greens, cucumber, and tomatos into a salad bowl along with the pumpkin and keep aside until ready to eat.

When ready to eat open the tinned salmon and pour all the oil and the salmon into the salad and mix together.

Chicken, Mushroom and Corn Salad


100-150 grams chicken Breast cut into strips

5 cos lettuce leaves washed

Half a sliced cucumber

½ cup fresh grated carrot

½ cup corn kernels

½ cup fresh mushrooms, raw


Pan Fry the chicken strips on high heat until golden

Add all the salad ingredients into a bowl

Add the chicken strips and serve


Vegetarian Salad

1 can 4 bean mix washed and drained

½ cucumbers sliced

½ an avocado

1-2 cups mixed salad greens/ cos lettuce

½ cup steamed pumpkin



Steam the pumpkin until soft and set aside

Add the salad greens, avocado, cucumber and pumpkin into a bowl and mix



You can add beef, or chicken to add some more protein


Lamb Steaks with Asparagus, Salad and sweet potato




100-150 grams heart smart lamb leg steaks

1 table spoon olive oil

3-4 asparagus spears

1 small sweet potato

1 cup mixed salad greens on the side




Pre heat pan and cook the lamb steaks 3 mins each side roughly until cooked

Steam the asparagus spears and the sweet potato cut into small chunks until soft

Wash and prepare the mixed salad

Add the lamb and the vegetables on top of the salad greens and serve

One pan Roasted kangaroo Steak


1 kangaroo steak (100-150g)

1 white potato cut into quarters

1 carrot cut into small strips

1 cup mixed salad greens



Preheat the oven to 180 degrees

Add the carrot, potato, and kangaroo steak to the baking dish

Place the baking dish in the oven for 20-25 mins or until the kangaroo is cooked through

Wash and serve 1 cup salad greens along with the verge’s and the kangaroo steak


Lean Beef or Lamb kofta’s


500 pack of lamb or lean beef

1 table spoon mixed herbs

1 cup chopped spinach

1 or 2 whole eggs



Add mince into a large bowl along with herbs eggs and spinach

Massage the ingredients together so it starts to bind

Shape mixture into small balls and fry in a pan with a small amount of oil

Once cooked sit on some paper towel to dry of any excess oil


Grass Fed Rump Steak with Mixed Veg

100-150 grass grass-fed rump steak

1 whole zucchini cut into small pieces

½ cup of corn kernels

Half head of broccoli



Pan fry the rump streak

Steam the zucchini and the broccoli together until just soft

Drain and wash half a cup of corn and serve

Chicken and White Quinoa  Salad

150 grams Chicken Breast

1/8 of a cup quinoa raw

One zuchinni diced

½ cup pumpkin diced small

4-5 washed cos lettuce leaves


Add quinoa to a pot or pan with ½ a cup water and bring to the boil once most of the water has absorbed the quinoa should become translucent, drain and set aside for later

Steam the pumpkin and the zucchini together in a steamer until they are soft, set aside for later


In a pan add the chicken breast and stir fry until golden

Add all the ingredients into a bowl and mix together to make the salad, serve warm and eat straight away or refrigerate and eat later

Chicken and vegetable stir fry*


1 organic chicken thigh cut into strips

1 teaspoon olive oil

½ cup broccoli florets

½ a carrot diced

1 handful of green beans ends trimmed

¼ cup raw cashews crushed up




Place the broccoli, green beans and carrot into a steamer cook until soft

Pan Fry the chicken until golden brown, sit the cooked chicken onto paper towel to soak up excess fat

Add the steamed vegies back into the pan along with the chicken and the cashews then cook for 1 minute

Serve onto a plate ready to eat.



You can switch the chicken thighs for chicken breast


 Salmon and sweet potato mash



100-150g fresh salmon baked

½ cup sweet potato

2-3 asparagus spears steamed

½ avocado



Place the salmon fillet into a baking dish and cook for 20 mins at 180 degrees

Steam the sweet potato and asparagus together in a steamer

Scoop out the avocado add to the plate

Remove the salmon from the oven when ready

Mash the sweet potato and serve


Homemade Chicken Soup


Organic chicken breast fillets 1 pack

Chicken drumsticks one pack

½ celery stalk chopped,

4 carrots chopped

2-3 white potatoes cut into quarters


Bay leaf

Fresh mixed herbs.





Brown the drumsticks in a pan until golden then put into the slow cooker

Add the sliced chicken breast chopped celery, potato and carrots to the slow cooker along with the salt, herbs, and bay leaf and just cover with water


Turn the slow cooker to high setting and cook for 3-4 hours stirring regularly. Season with salt to taste


Pick out the bones when cooked and discard, serve hot or serve into containers and freeze for later use


 Buckwheat Pasta



1 packet Buckwheat pasta organ brand

500g beef mince

Garlic 2-3 pieces

2/3 whole tomatoes, roughly chopped

1 carrot diced

1 zucchini diced

1 tin organic pasta sauce

Salt pepper




Bring a large pot of water to the boil once boiling add the packet of pasta and stir

In a second large pan, preheat and brown the mince with the garlic

Once browned add the zucchini, carrot and tomato’s along with the pasta sauce

Bring to boil then turn down to a simmer for 10-15 mins

Once the pasta is cooked drain ready to serve

Scoop out the pasta sauce on to the plates with the pasta ready to serve


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All the recipes will generally be able to feed two people in particular the dinners. The lunches breakfast and snacks will generally be enough just for one person. So if you need to feed more than two people think about maybe doubling the recipe depending on the number of people.


We recommend you make it first like normal then adjust your portions less or more depending on how you feel



Buying in season fruits and veg

Below are two charts that will help you pick out seasonal fruit and veg when shopping throughout the year.

Buying seasonal fruits and veg is more sustainable for farmers and seasonal fruit and veg is generally healthier because that is the times they flourish and grow the best and need less chemicals and pesticide to make them grow. Also seasonal fruit and veg are cheap because there is a lot of it available.


Seasonal Charts

Fruit Season(s)
Apples Autumn
Bananas All Year
Blackberries Summer
Blueberries Summer
Cherries Summer
Figs Autumn
Grapefruit Winter Spring
Grapes Summer Autumn
Kiwifruit Autumn Winter
Lemons Autumn Winter Spring
Mandarins Winter
Melons (Honeydew) Summer
Melons (Rockmelon) Summer
Melons (Watermelon) Summer Autumn
Nectarines Summer Autumn
Orange (Valencia) Summer
Oranges (Navel) Winter Spring
Peaches Summer Autumn
Pears Autumn
Pears (Nashi) Autumn
Persimmons Autumn
Plums Summer Autumn
Quinces Autumn
Raspberries Summer
Strawberries Summer



Vegetables Season(s)
Artichokes Spring
Asparagus Spring Summer Autumn
Beans Summer Autumn
Beanshoots All Year
Beetroot Spring Summer Autumn
Broccoli All Year
Brussels Sprouts Winter Spring
Cabbage Spring Summer Autumn
Capsicums Summer
Carrots Summer Autumn Winter
Cauliflower All Year
Celery Summer
Chillies Summer
Cucumbers Summer Autumn
Eggplant Summer Autumn
Fennel Winter Spring
Leeks Spring Summer
Lettuces Summer Autumn
Mushrooms All Year
Peas Spring
Potatoes Autumn Winter
Pumpkins Summer Autumn
Rhubarb Spring Summer
Silverbeet Winter Spring
Snow Peas Summer Autumn
Spinach Winter Spring Summer
Spring Onion Summer Autumn
Sweetcorn Summer Autumn
Tomatoes Summer Autumn
Turnips Summer Autumn
Zucchini Summer Autumn


Learn the seasons and rotate your fruit and veg so you have the most exposure to as many vitamins, minerals, phytonutrrients and anti oxidants.


Now on to the 7 day menu plan





Gluten Free Toast




Rice Crackers




Garden Egg Salad




Piece of fruit




Salmon and Sweet Potato Mash


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Mushroom and Zucchini Omelette




Mixed Nuts




Thai Beef Salad




Guacamole with rice crackers




Buckwheat Pasta






DAY 3:




Banana and Berry Smoothie




Fruit salad




Vegetarian Salad




Mixed Nuts




Chicken and quinoa salad








Sausage and Egg Scramble




Piece of fruit




Chicken and Quinoa Salad




Mixed nuts or Fruit salad




Mince Koftas












Rice Crackers




Chicken Mushroom and Corn Salad




Fruit salad




One Pan Roast Kangaroo Steak




 DAY 6




Mixed berry and flax seed smoothie




2 hard boiled eggs




Left over dinner if any


Thai beef salad




Rice Crackers




Lamb Steaks, Asparagus and sweet potato




 DAY 7




Apple, Orange and pineapple smoothie




Breakfast / Snack Quiches




Vegetarian Salad with your choice of beef or chicken added




Piece of fruit




Chicken Thigh Stir Fry



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1 Carton Sunny Queen organic eggs, or free range Usually in the vegetable section
Raw Mixed Nuts Health Food aisle
Cashew Nuts Health food section
Macadamia Nuts Health Food Section
Almond Milk Usually with the long life milk in the baking section
Organic Oats In the health food section
Organic Hommus (Yum!) Check in the case near the deli where they have cheeses etc
LSA Mix Health food section
Canned Tuna In the canned veg section
Beef Rump Steak In the Meat Section usually there’s plenty there because nobody buys it
Beef Mince In the meat section
Tinned Salmon Salmon from the Atlantic ocean, which is less polluted
Frozen salmon Farmed Salmon from Tasmanian. Its farmed in the actual ocean in large pens which is way healthier than fish grown on the land in fish stocks
Lamb Leg Steaks Heart Smart In the meat section comes in a sealed pack of about 4 or 5 pieces
Chicken Breast Free range birds are happier and healthier and get a lot more exercise than cage raised birds and aren’t grow with hormones and other nasty stuff
Chicken Thighs Don’t fear the fat free range organic chickens have high amounts of good fats and are much tastier
Chicken drumsticks They come in a free range pack in the chicken section usually the Lilydale brand
Avocado Hass avocado, make sure they are not over ripe and usually keep for a few days unless you cut them open
Celery Half High in fibre and low gi
Organic carrots
Cos lettuce In the veg section comes in a pack of 2
Cucumber Comes wrapped in glad wrap and is quite long just grab one
Spinach Just by one pack of this it goes along way
Broccolini You can swap for regular broccoli at any time broccolini is just a bit easier to eat and prepare
Sweet Potato Gold sweet potato come in a 1kg pack
White Potato
Mixed Frozen Berries
Zucchini Just grab 4-5 loose zucchini for the week
Tomatoes Use truss or roma just depends on preference but really any type is fine
Corn Go for the salt reduced corn or corn cobs you need to cook them first
Apple Green apples grab 3-4 for the week
Banana Grab 3 – 4 bananas for the week
Oranges Grab one bag they’ll last for several days
Green Beans
Evian Water 1.5 L Naturally artisan spring water = magicIdeally have one every dayOtherwise at least 3-4 per week
Olive Oil Extra virgin cold press means it’s been minimally processed
Rice Crackers
White quinoa
Basil Fresh
Mint Fresh
Red Chilli
Gluten Free Bread
Five bean mix Salt reduced



 Some Tips for Grocery Shopping


As you can see from the shopping list this plan is 99% dairy and gluten free and everything is fresh and healthy with minimal processing and chemicals.


90% of the shopping is done in the fruit and veg section and the meat section.

No need to venture down the chocolate aisle or the soft drink aisle and pick up something naughty.


It may seem like a lot of food but remember it’s for the whole 7 days! And not everything will need to be bought every week like the nuts for example will take 2-3 weeks to get through.


Each week you’ll just need to top up of the fresh fruit and vegies and the meats.


You can also freeze the meat you don’t use for later use.



When you’re at the shop


  • Always, always have your shopping list that way you only get what you need, no sneaky snacks.
  • Get in and get out, like a special forces ninja your shopping experience should be quick and no messing around because if you in there to long temptation might get the better of you.
  • If you can, shop online that way you’ll be sure to stick to the list and you don’t have to worry about battling for a car park at your local store.
  • Shop at the same store, once you know where everything is you’ll be able to see when the freshest stock comes out instead of the stuff that’s been sitting around (I know because I worked at Coles).
  • If you can’t afford the organic brands go for the free range and keep your eyes open for specials, sometimes the free range and organic items are cheaper than the regular stuff!
  • If you can leave your partner and/or kids at home so you can focus.
  • Know you aisles, if you need to venture into the forbidden zone you want go straight to what you need. Don’t stop and check out the cookies.


When you get home

  • Put all the food on the bench and sort it into groups, vegies, meat etc and start to visualise what you’re going to eat for the next week so you know how much food you have.
  • If you have vegetable and meat containers like the Tupperware ones put them into the containers to keep them fresher for longer.
  • Have place in the fridge and pantry for each item so you know what you have and how much is left at anytime.


Additional tips

  • If you’ve got little snack containers use them to put your nuts in so you have an “off the shelf” snack ready to go.
  • If you’ve got lunch containers always have them ready to store leftovers in the fridge or freeze for emergency meals.
  • Write your menu up of a sheet of paper or a white board that way you will start to get into a routine and not have to think about it as much.
  • You can make your base salads and leave them in the fridge and when you’re ready to eat them just add your protein and maybe some avocado and you’re good to go.
  • If something needs to be used in the fridge use it, switch days of the meal plan or change the meals around so you can use everything in the fridge DO NOT WASTE THE FOOD.
  • If you haven’t got the basics for cooking go and get them; slow cooker, non stick pan, baking dish, a good knife, a vegetable peeler, a Y peelers for shedding carrot and cucumbers, tongs etc.
  • Make breakfast a habit and if you have got limited time in the morning make breakfast the night before.
  • Always have some nuts, fruit, tin of salmon or tuna with you so you can have an emergency food supply so you don’t skip meals.
  • Try and eat every 3 hours. This helps keep you full and maintain your energy through the day.
  • Drink plenty of water, Evian is best or filter tap water through a Brita jug is the next best thing.
  • Go for organics as much as possible.
  • Grass fed meat is a must (the cows are much happier and healthy).
  • Allow yourself a treat once per week, otherwise stay strong and avoid temptation.
  • If you fall off the diet get back on and don’t stress about it.


Fail to PLAN, PLAN to Fail

The More Prepared you are the Better


  While Following the Plan


So if you made it this far congratulations. You’re in the top 10% of people who are more likely to achieve their goal.


Hopefully you’ve been following the plan and made some changes, one key thing to keep in mind with any diet is how you feel.


One of 3 things will happen:


You will feel worse


You will feel the same


You will feel better


The problem is people’s base diets are so all over the place they don’t know what makes them feel good and what makes them feel bad.


It’s so hard to pinpoint, but if you eat the same thing for a month you will clearly see if you feel worse better or the same.


Clean eating will take you 80% of the way to your fitness goals, probably 90% in some cases. The rest is just fine tuning, more of some foods less of others and so on.


So remember to track how you feel each day in your food diary and if you notice any changes write it down and then you can do some investigating to improve your diet and your overall well being.


This clean eating plan will help you get on the path to a healthy body and increased fitness.


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  • Toni Dumitrascu

    Reply Reply August 8, 2013

    Please send this through, looks great

  • Lynne

    Reply Reply September 6, 2013

    My mum’s friend is doing the eat clean diet and she has lost a lot of weight. I thought might give it a try. The menu sounds really nice

    • admin

      Reply Reply September 13, 2013

      Go for it Lynne! its great that you have some inspiration at home, keep us updated with your progress!:)

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