The Effective Whole Food Diet
It seems like it’s getting more and more difficult to eat natural these days. Almost every food product that you’ll find in the shelves of your local supermarket has at least a dozen food additives.
As you know, food additives refer to substances that are added to food products to improve appearance, boost flavor or extend shelf life. Sounds good? Not really.
Experts warn against the most common food additives such as artificial coloring, artificial sweeteners, and high fructose corn syrup, among others as the long-term use of these has not yet been confirmed to be safe.
A 2012 study reports that certain synthetic food dyes may increase the risk of Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) among children. American researchers point out that the use of high fructose corn syrup may play a role in the onset of obesity and, in turn, complications like diabetes.
Then there’s the alarming report about aspartame causing many forms of cancer, including leukemia and brain cancer. It has been dubbed as one of the most dangerous substances in food products today.
So how can we avoid all these health problems caused by additives? One possible solution is to go on a whole food diet. This book will serve as a guide, not only explaining the basics of this type of diet and how it can benefit you, but also how you can prepare dishes that are delicious and healthy.
Download your copy today. Learn how to get on the habit of eating whole foods instead of processed fast foods by following the 30-day challenge in this book!