A whole foods way of eating isn’t a diet fad.
It’s more of a way of eating or a lifestyle.
Healthy whole foods eating means eating fresh fruits and vegetables every day, eating fish and grass- fed meats as well as fiber rich whole grains.
Eating well can add a DECADE to your life.
Choosing a whole foods-rich diet is a good way to make certain that what you eat is rich in micronutrients and free of unnecessary additives.
Eating Healthy Makes You Feel Better About Yourself
Fruits, vegetables and grains might lower your risk of developing type 2 diabetes
Coronary heart disease, diabetes, stroke and cancer – four of the top ten chronic diseases that kill most of us have all been linked to processed food consumption.
Processed foods have too much salt, sugar, and oil/fats or unexplainable additives.
Eating healthy whole foods is not a fad and there are no banned real foods
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“No Fads or Banned Foods:
Healthy Whole Food Eating”
A whole foods way of eating isn’t a diet fad. It’s more of a way of eating or a lifestyle. Healthy whole foods eating means eating fresh fruits and vegetables every day, eating fish and grass-fed meats as well as fiber rich whole grains.
This report will give your readers the facts on what whole foods are and the best way to serve them. It includes tips for whole foods shopping trips and how to avoid going to the extreme of a whole foods diet.
Bonus Included: Checklist
You also get a detailed checklist (4 pages / 1366 words) on the basics of what to eat,
what to avoid and tips for sticking to whole food eating.
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