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Whole food doesn't always mean healthy food!

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When you hear the term "whole" you might think it means healthy. Unfortunately, many times that word is used for not so healthy foods and ingredients. Don't rely just on the term whole to decide if a food is healthy.

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Whole food doesn't always mean healthy food!

  1. 1. Does “Whole” Food Mean Healthy Food? suzyhomemaker.net
  2. 2. Don’t be fooled by the term “whole” food  Real terms  Whole grains  Whole wheat  Whole protein  Terms that don’t mean much  Wholesome  Made with whole…  Whole milk suzyhomemaker.net
  3. 3. What does this mean? Whole grains Whole fruit Whole milk suzyhomemaker.net
  4. 4. 100% Whole Grains (including wheat)  All parts of the grain are used  The bran  The germ  The endosperm  May be wheat  Or rye  Or spelt  Or millet  Or corn  Etc. suzyhomemaker.net
  5. 5. Made with Whole Grains  Whole grain could be the main ingredient  It could be ONE of the main ingredients  It could be a minor ingredients  It could be a miniscule ingredient suzyhomemaker.net
  6. 6. Whole Fruit  The whole fruit was used as opposed to  Using just the juice  Concentrated  Fruit extract  But… suzyhomemaker.net
  7. 7. Whole fruit may also include… Micron filtered water, corn syrup solids, raspberry puree, sugar, raspberry kiwi juice concentrate, natural flavor, elderberry juice concentrate, pectin (a snack with whole fruit right in the name) A “whole” lotta sugar… suzyhomemaker.net
  8. 8. 6.75 teaspoons sugar! ½ cup of this whole fruit snack has
  9. 9. And whole milk? suzyhomemaker.net
  10. 10. “whole” milk  Most likely  Homogenized  Pasteurized  Processed the same as skim, 1% and 2%  Raw milk is “whole”-y unprocessed suzyhomemaker.net
  11. 11. When choosing food, look at the whole picture, not just the term “whole.” Want to learn more about healthy foods? suzyhomemaker.net

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