Archive for March 3, 2014
The next time you wander the aisles of the supermarket, take a second look at some of the food labels. If you’re counting five, 10 or even 20 different ingredients in a box of something basic like macaroni and cheese, there’s probably a whole lot more to the story than you think. When foods get manufactured for a long shelf life, the processors often have to remove the essential vitamins and nutrients. This means you’re not buying the food itself, but more like the remnants of what it was once — even though it still tastes more or less the same.
The benefits of a whole foods diet are right in the name — you get the whole food and no fillers. That means you get the most nutritional value from your meals. There are plenty of good healthy diet foods to ensure you’re giving your body what it needs. As suc