Is Clean Eating Real? | General Nutrition Debate

Nutrition skill building topic for investigation with 17 year pro Coach | Learn meal plan basics
Rating: 4.0 out of 5 (11 ratings)
1,829 students
Is Clean Eating Real? | General Nutrition Debate
Rating: 4.0 out of 5 (11 ratings)
1,831 students
How to create a meal plan
Examine the idel of "clean eating" and adjust their expectations
Learn the history of perfect eating as a mainstream construct
Discern food volumes that equate to weight loss/gain
How to define great eating


  • A hunger for the truth about fitness nutrition!
  • A willingness to challenge ideas

Clean eating is the default suggestion for dieters and for coaches to you and other trainees.

That's because - clearly - coaches are clean eaters, right?

Well that's the hypothesis amongst those who suggest or believe in perfect eating. Let's see if it is a real idea or lacks any form.

Largely, let's figure out an alternative.

Find out how I share with my trainees, both current and past, how to stagger their foods.

Who this course is for:
  • Dieters and beginning nutritionists
  • Novice gym goers
Course content
4 sections • 8 lectures • 48m total length
  • Coaches' testimonial & Welcome!
  • "I gotta clean up my diet!"
  • "Trying to get Rid of Sugar in my Diet is Hard"
  • "Just brown rice, broccoli, chicken or tilapia for a month. "
  • "Give me a Menu of Good Foods"
  • Protein Staggering is Better than Carb Cycling
  • Results of Great Eating
  • Conclusion: Stagger protein, don't Diet!

Certified since 2003, 35,000 + hours coached and trained!
Johann Francis CSCS
  • 4.0 Instructor Rating
  • 55 Reviews
  • 3,812 Students
  • 6 Courses

Thanks for visiting! I hope you find value in my course and I promise to release more in the future!

In 17 years, Johann has run a nutrition store, trained professional and hi-level amateur fighters like San Jose’s Chris “the Warrior” Washington, other future professional and junior Olympic competitors, CFO’s, registered nurses, accountants, vegans, pH.D’s, project managers, underweight folks, overweight folks, tradesmen, and elementary teachers (his most dutiful contingent) representing all of the Bay Area’s mega-diverse cultures and population.