Whole Foods

So, you want to become healthier. But “What do you eat?” is always the first concern. Eating raw and whole foods is a new concept for some people but the concept itself is the oldest one on the planet. Processed foods are actually very very new to the world and the effects it is having on your waistline is obvious it’s not good. Let’s focus on what to eat.

You may not want to go 100% Raw Vegan at first and that’s okay. By just¬†incorporating more natural, whole foods back into your diet is so much better for you, even if it’s just one meal a day. Your waistline will thank you for it.

Here is a list of whole foods to get you started on the path to transforming who you are.

Whole Foods List

Food Combining Rule: don’t mix animal protein with any starches such as baked potatoes, brown rice or other grains.

Quinoa (Steamed or Sprouted)
Millet (Steamed or Sprouted)
Buckwheat (Steamed or Sprouted)
Amaranth (Steamed or Sprouted)
Quinoa pasta or other whole grain, gluten-free pastas
Steamed legumes (lentils, garbanzo beans, etc.)
Peas
Brown rice
Brown rice products (pasta, rice cakes, etc.)
Non-GMO corn products
Beans
Cooked whole potatoes
Sweet potatoes
Yams, squashes, pumpkins
Whole grain bread (preferably gluten-free)
Egg yolks
Egg whites
Chicken
Fish
Turkey
Goat’s cheese (preferably raw)
Goat’s milk (preferably raw)
Goat’s sour cream (preferably raw)
Goat’s cottage cheese (preferably raw)
Steamed vegetables
Fruit
Nuts
Seeds
Dried fruit
Vegetables
Avocados
Olives
Flax crackers
Natural nut and seed oils
Olive oil
Coconut oil
Apple cider vinegar
Seaweeds
Sprouts
Legumes
Fermented foods
Preserved vegetables in oil
Bee products (honey, pollen, royal jelly, etc.)
Dehydrated foods
Superfoods (goji berries, maca, acai, etc.)
Algaes
Raw cacao
Salt (e.g. sea salt, Himalayan salt)
Whole spices and herbs

Print Friendly
Follow

Get every new post delivered to your Inbox

Join other followers: