Ready to eat more whole foods this year? Use this unprocessed foods list to jump on the unprocessed food diet bandwagon! Eat real food and feel happier and healthier!
2019, we saw the rise of plant-based eating. But we're only getting started with this health trend. This year, you'll want to embrace diets and eating styles focused on whole
to nature's bounty instead of relying solely on pre-packaged snacks and meals.
But what does it actually mean to follow an unprocessed food diet? This is one of the most common questions I get as a dietitian. By the end of this blog post, you'll know the answer. I'm not only asking the experts to share their two cents on the diet and the best foods to eat overall, I'm also revealing the most nutritious fruits worth stocking up on. Yup, you can absolutely have a low-sugar dessert, and fruit is one of the best choices. And if you decide to start incorporating more whole foods into your diet, I've got just the recipe for you: a homemade dessert that's way better for you than the processed version. Let's dive in!
What's a Whole-Food, Plant-Based
We all know someone who's recently jumped on the plant-based bandwagon, but do you know what doing so actually entails? From the delicious foods that are staples of this eating style to the nutritional benefits of an unprocessed food diet, I asked my colleagues to break down the whole-food, plant-based diet in my Food Network article so you'll no longer feel out of the loop. P.S. If you want to eat real food and make following an unprocessed food diet a no brainer, download my mix-and-match meal plans that focus on whole foods.