Eat More Whole, Minimally Processed Foods
Eating more, and a more diverse selection of whole, minimally processed foods improves your nutrient intake, meal satisfaction, digestion, natural self regulation of energy balance and overall health. Many people find that eating a large amount of highly processed foods does not leave them feeling, looking or performing at their best. They may find that highly processed foods are the items they just "can't resist" or "can't stop eating". Transitioning to a diet that incorporates more whole, minimally processed foods has benefit for almost every individual. Incorporating more whole foods into your diet doesn't mean completely forgoing highly processed foods, or deeming them "bad", it means making the best choices you can in any given situation, keeping your health, happiness and wellness in mind.