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Fitness Minutes: (6,504) Posts: 91 3/29/13 7:15 P
Welcome! Eating well/unprocessed is a journey and a great one at that! You may be fine keeping your favorites around... often there's a good substitute that can be made or purchased. I have just found that my body works so much better when I'm off the processed foods! Initially I was just trying to get rid of the MSG and associated ingredients from my life... couple of years later I'm pretty much full time homemade/whole foods and proud of it! Good luck and let us know how it goes!
Pounds lost: 75.0
Posts: 723 3/27/13 12:11 P
I try hard to limit my processed food, but I always will have a few exceptions. I basically try to eat mostly foods that my grandmother or great grandmother might have made, back before the days of processed food.
Pounds lost: 65.2
Fitness Minutes: (125,166) Posts: 19,149 3/26/13 2:57 P
Fitness Minutes: (111) Posts: 177 3/26/13 2:08 P
I've just been reading Dee McCaffrey's book, "The Science of Skinny". And I have a copy of Sally Fallon's book at home, too. Maybe eating unprocessed food is the way to go? For overall health and well being? I've been leaning that way for awhile now, but not 100%. Not yet willing to let go of a few favorites. Anyway, I'm happy to join the team.
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