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Whole Foods Diet
By James F. Balch, M.D. and Mark Stengler, N.D.

Your diet should focus on whole foods that are unprocessed and as fresh as possible. Although it's difficult to have a diet that is 100 percent whole foods, shoot for this as a goal when you prepare meals. A whole foods diet will be much richer in nutrients and enzymes than packaged, processed foods are.

Examples of whole foods include whole grain breads and cereals; fruits; vegetables; fresh fish, poultry, and meats; and nuts and seeds. Essentially, foods that have not been processed are whole foods-just the way nature intended them to be.

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