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    Discussion in 'Diet & Nutrition' started by remstation, Sep 22, 2012.

    1. remstation

      remstation Well-Known Member

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      Had a pretty interesting thread in this section a few months ago where someone posted a working definition of what a clean food is. I searched and it seems to have been deleted

      Does anyone remember that definition/can you quote it? It was something along the lines of foods which are highly efficient to satisfying basic human blah blah kaslfjsdlkfj

       
    2. vijugati8g

      vijugati8g Well-Known Member

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      Definition of "clean" foods

      First person to tell me there is no such thing as a clean food is getting stomped on sight
       
    3. Capone

      Capone Well-Known Member

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      Definition of "clean" foods

      Can't give you an eloquently all-encompassing definition for "clean", but I can tell you that hydrogenated vegetable oils were originally developed for the manufacturing of soap. So, I suppose you can start from there.
       
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      Definition of "clean" foods

      There is no clean food. Stomp me OP..
       
    5. alomjabpd

      alomjabpd Well-Known Member

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      Definition of "clean" foods

      There is n.....
      The thing about "clean" foods, is that every one seems to have their own opinion. Vegetarians will say this, low carb guys will say this, that group will say that.
      I'll keep looking for it, though. Good luck.
       
    6. Greg

      Greg Well-Known Member

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      Definition of "clean" foods

      Why did you have to delete the thread where I proved that clean foods do exist, and furthermore was involved in the creation of a working definition for said foods?
       
    7. herunder88

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      Definition of "clean" foods

      No recollection of said thread. And in all seriousness, defining "clean" food is a fruitless endeavor (no pun intended).
       
    8. fa2nzg

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      Definition of "clean" foods

      IIRC it had something to do with the utility of each food for fulfilling basic nutritional requirements or something but written much more elegantly. Enough so so that people would think you're intelligent if you quoted it.
       
    9. baletki

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      Definition of "clean" foods

      LOL, stop this nonsense & come join us in the Nut Misc as we speculate over Low Carb Cory's next move.
       
    10. Raleoxilevz

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      Definition of "clean" foods

      If we are talking nutrient density as a way to classify clean foods... Chili cheese fries would be MUCH cleaner than a baked sweet potato. Pizza would be cleaner than bowl of oatmeal.
       

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