Rebecca Crumb-Johnson

Whole foods are foods that are as little processed or refined as possible and have no additives such as preservatives or artificial ingredients, such as food coloring, added to the food. For example, a baked potato would be a whole food, but instant mashed or boxed scalloped potatoes are not. Broiled whitefish or perch would be considered whole foods vs. a fish stick.

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