Whole Foods: The Components Of A Whole Food

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In this book you will find over a hundred recipes that are 100% organic, easy on the budget and friendly on the waistline. Each weekly meal plan is a variety of whole food recipes ranging from soups and salads to chicken dishes, roasted meats, baked goods, and many others. It is guaranteed that the ingredients used in each dish are clean, chemical-free, and devoid of artificial flavors and preservatives. The term “whole foods” refers to ingredients that are organic and closest to their natural state, which means they have either sprouted from the ground or have been sourced from animals. These foods contain healthy doses of vitamins and nutrients such as carbohydrates, protein, fat, fiber, natural sugars, and sodium. Fruits, vegetables, lean protein, grains, eggs, dairy, oils, seeds and nuts are the main components of a whole…show more content…
Essentially, what we put inside our mouths ends up in our waistline, arms, and thighs. Thus, it is important for us to be mindful of our daily food choices, most especially if we are aiming to lose a few inches around the body. Popular weight loss programs such as Paleo, Atkins, Low-Carb, and South Beach share a common objective: to promote whole foods as a means to achieve weight loss goals and optimum health. All these programs support the proliferation of organic eating in today’s society with the hopes of eliminating the unhealthy effects of artificial sugars, manufactured snacks, and fast food. If you are one of those people who constantly feel sick or are suffering from obesity, diabetes, and other lifestyle diseases, it is important for you to know that you can experience healthy and rapid weight loss by eating whole foods. Transitioning to a whole food lifestyle is unlike that of adopting a new diet: it is simply eating food that is natural, healthy and genetically familiar to the human body. Whole Foods: A Basic

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