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Giada Is Redefining "Cleanse" With Real Food

The word "cleanse" doesn't have to be synonymous with juice fasts and detox concoctions - it's just all about giving your body a break!


Anything goes when it comes to eating during the holidays, which means we all tend to go a little overboard on the cookies, cheese plates and vino (as we should!). The new year is fast upon us, and magazines and Instagram feeds are going to be chalk-full of detox plans and fasts. While we do want a healthy reset, we are not keen on starving ourselves... we really like to cook and eat!
To start off the new year on the right foot, we came up with tons of options to get you from breakfast to dinner (with snacks in between!) to inspire you for the year to come. We're focusing on hydration and nutrition to get us feeling our best. Here's the cincher - we're even going to minimize gluten and dairy, resist all sugary drinks (including alcohol!), and if we're feeling truly crazy, we might ease up on the caffeine too. Up for the challenge? Do it with us! Check out the menu below for some super-clean food picks that are still totally delicious and will keep you energized and full. 
 

BREAKFAST:


Overnight Oats
Overnight Oats

 
Giada's Clean, Green Juice
Giada's Clean, Green Juice

 
Chia Seed Pudding
Chia Seed Pudding

 
Brown Rice Breakfast Bowl
Brown Rice Breakfast Bowl
 

SNACKS:


Avocado Hummus
Avocado Hummus

 
Vegetable Bundles with Tarragon Dressing
 
Vegetable Bundles with Tarragon Dressing

 
Baked Kale and Sweet Potato Chips
Baked Kale and Sweet Potato Chips
 

LUNCH:


Kale and Mushroom Wrap
Kale and Mushroom Wrap


Tomato, Avocado and Escarole Salad
Tomato, Avocado and Escarole Salad


Red Rice Salad
 
Red Rice Salad
 

DINNER:


Detox Soup
Detox Soup

 
Baked Salmon with Arugula Salsa Verde
Baked Salmon with Arugula Salsa Verde

 
Balsamic Roasted Chicken
 
Balsamic Roasted Chicken
 

SIDES:


Funghi alla Fiorentina
Funghi alla Fiorentina

 
Roasted Carrots, Potatoes, Parsnips and Brussels Sprouts
 
Roasted Carrots, Potatoes, Parsnips and Brussels Sprouts

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