The clean eating plan focuses on the quality and origin of the products instead of their calorie content and nutrient composition. Following this eating pattern, you choose minimally processed foods that contain limited or no food coloring, artificial sweeteners, or other additives. Commonly, it is thought that the shorter the route between the source of your food and the plate, the better your health will be. The food you consume should be maximally close to its natural state. Therefore, a clean diet eliminates soy, grains, dairy, legumes, and other processed products.