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The Foundation of an Eating-for-Health Lifestyle
factoid: In over 4500 research articles reviewed, fruits & vegetables came out as the #1 blocker in the reduction of the incidence of cancer.
FRUITS: Sweet, succulent, juicy, nectar of God is the best way to describe these marvels of nature. Both fresh and dried fruits are great to keep on hand to liven up a dish or as a stand-alone snack. Check the labels on dried fruit to be sure there are no additives such as sugar, colorings, or preservatives. If you run across dried fruits such as apricots, apples, and raisins that are light in color, they may have been treated with toxic sulfites. Dried fruits that are not treated will be brown and more shriveled by comparison. They may not look as pretty, but they are a much better choice health-wise.
Note: Not all foods listed are going to be appropriate for everybody. Foods in parentheses indicate foods that may be problematic for some people. They are either common foot allergens or difficult to digest. Make a mental note of these foods and take notice of any possible reactions to or difficulties you may have wth them.
Taken from the book "No-Nonsense Nutrition in Bite-Sized Portions" by Kelly Hayford, C.N.C.
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