It can be difficult to eat a healthy, well-balanced diet when living in a society that offers so many pre-packaged and processed foods. A diet rich in nutrients is the foundation for a healthy body. Even with all of the exercise routines in the world, without a healthy diet, your body will suffer. You can gain greater results from your workout routine by eating a varied diet that includes whole foods.

When foods are unprocessed, they contain more vitamins, minerals and other essential nutrients. This does not mean that, in order to gain optimal health, you have to eat a wheat stalk directly out of the field. Eating a “whole foods” diet involves avoiding processed foods such as white bread, pasta, or other items that have been altered in a way that decreases their nutrient value.

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