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We’ve all heard the benefits of eating traditional, whole foods.You see it mentioned here and on other sites all the time. It can still seem discouraging when your getting started with a major lifestyle change. What should you eat? Why? How will it pay off to follow such eating habits? Here are some of my favorite resources we’ve shared from facts to life experiences.
Avoiding Nasty Ingredients
When you know the source of your food – you know what”s in it. It makes it much easier to avoid ingredients that could have a detrimental effect on your health. We’ve talked about this topic before:
- 3 Food Additives To Avoid Like The Plague
- 5 Health Damaging Foods To Avoid For Life
- Gluten-Free Diet:Fad Or Something To Consider
- Got Wings? The Risk Behind The Drink
- How We Consume Probioitcs
- Making The Most Of Your Local Farmers Market
Healing Health Problems
Many people have healed themselves from so many health concerns simply by eating traditional foods that are free from toxins and additives. Some examples of this are:
- Lower Your Blood Pressure With Whole Foods
- The Living Counter To The Diet Culture
- Why Everyone Should Detox
- Healing Foods
- Hypothyroidism : Healing In Food
We’ve even talked about how real food can help you reach a healthy weight goal without diet fads:
You don’t have to wait for us to make a post about it. There is TONS of information just waiting for you to take advantage of it. I’m a horrible cook when it comes from making things from scratch so I’ve done my share of research and these rank towards the top of my list.
Modern Alternative Kitchen – This site is so valuable if you are starting off with real food! They talk everything from recipes, tutorials, and the facts on what eating a traditional diet can do for you.
Tradishen – Tradishen is up and coming. Soon it will be packed with recipes and other useful resources that will make all real foodies (including the newbies) have an easier job in the kitchen. Head over and sign up to be notified of information around it’s launch.
How has a traditional, real food diet helped your health? What are some of your favorite resources?