First of all, what is clean eating ? The average American diet consists of too many processed foods, which, over time, can have a detrimental effect on your health. Some people cleanse by drinking only water for several days. Others choose to do juice cleanses or eat only fruits and vegetables for a set period of time. I believe everyone has their own personal idea of what’s considered “clean eating,” especially since there is NO clear definition of what “clean” is. Occasionally, detoxifying the system is a good idea. However, I would have to imagine that everyone would agree to some extent that the general definition would be: the elimination of processed, extra additives, chemicals, and refined foods in one’s daily diet. Instead, you are choosing to eat foods in their simplest or “whole” state. The 7-day clean eating meal plan that gives you breakfast, lunch, and dinner for every day.


Day 1

Breakfast – Pumpkin Pie Still Cut Oats

Lunch – Lettuce wrap with peppers, mushrooms, sliced tomatoes, and chicken breast

Dinner – Broccoli soup

Day 2

Breakfast – Savory Quinoa Breakfast Bowl

Lunch – Wild Rice And Mushrooms soup

Dinner – Asparagus Mushrooms and Tofu Stir-Fry

Day 3

Breakfast – Cinnamon Apple Smoothie

Lunch – Balsamic Chicken

Dinner –  Black Beans & Veggie Soup

Day 4

Breakfast – Peach & Green Smoothie

Lunch – Vegetarian Black Bean Burgers

Dinner – Root Vegetable Red Lentil Stew

Day 5

Breakfast – Sweet Potato Veggie Scramble

Lunch – Turkey Chili With White Beans

Dinner – Miso Glazed Salmon with Snap Peas

Day 6

Breakfast – Buckwheat Pancakes With Berry Sauce

Lunch – Mediterranean Bean And Corn Salad

Dinner – Herby Lemoni Fresh Lentil Salad

Day 7

Breakfast – Eggs and Spinach

Lunch – Collard Greens, Quinoa and Chicken Burrito

Dinner – Savory Superfood Soup


7-day clean eating meal plan