Some people who practice clean eating will eat meat, but there is a sizeable contingent of vegetarians and vegans among the clean eating community. A good part of a non-meat clean eating diet is made up of fresh fruits and vegetables, nuts, fresh eggs direct from the farm, dried lentils, and legumes. Some minimally processed foods like whole wheat, popcorn, quinoa, and brown rice, are acceptable. You’ll want to buy unprocessed meats, hormone-free dairy, and natural oils. Eating clean goes hand in hand with eating organic foods, because they are not treated with pesticides and chemical fertilizers, which add toxins to what you eat. Even home-canned or dried, or frozen foods are healthier than commercially canned and processed foods.