Why Should You Eat Whole Food?

Why Should You Eat Whole Food?

If you are trying to find out a way to slow down the process of ageing, optimise your performance or prevent disease, a key tactic is to increase the portion of whole foods in your meals.

These foods are very close to natural states, which signify that you can get more nutrients as compared to processed or packaged foods. Since no human being is perfect, it is not abnormal that every time they snack or have meals, they will constitute of while foods. After all, it s a modern world today. But, even if you aim to have whole foods included up to sixty to seventy percent your diet, it can do wonders for health by prolonging the ageing process and preventing the occurrence of diseases.

What do Whole foods constitute of?

They include the following unprocessed food items:

  • Whole grains like quinoa, buckwheat, whole wheat, rye, oats, brown rice, and millet
  • Vegetables and fruits
  • Legumes and beans like kidney beans, chickpeas, and lentils
  • Seeds and nuts

Among the animal foods, whole foods are present in:

  • Eggs (Free Range & Organic)
  • Red meat (In Moderation
  • Poultry items (Organic)
  • Seafood (Sustainable Source)
  • Small whole fish (Sustainable Source)

When you eat unprocessed foods, you can be sure of consuming the highest proportion of nutrients required by your body in the right quantity. Whole foods constitute of nutrients like minerals, necessary fatty acids, vitamins, fibres, and phytonutrients.

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