Whole foods can include:
- Legumes (beans, soybeans, peas, lentils)
- Nuts and seeds
- Whole grains
- Meats, chicken, and fish
Whole Foods DietIs a whole foods diet right for your kids?
Many parents may initially think that it isn't, but that is probably because of common misconceptions about a whole foods diet that have lead them to quickly dismiss the idea.
You should now know what a whole foods diet is -- eating more unprocessed foods. But what isn't it? It isn't about being a vegitarian or eating organic (unless you want it to be), and it doesn't have to be a diet in the sense of that is all you eat.
Instead, when feeding your kids, think about offering more whole foods instead of processed foods.