Anybody try this one? It's quite simple, just eating 'whole foods.' What does that mean? Only a food that has not been separated from any of it's components due to mechanical or chemical processes, but it doesn't matter if a food has been cooked or not. This means you would only eat:
There is still some confusion if tofu/tempeh should be included, and I think it could go either way.
Anyway, I think this would be an ideal diet for health and athletic performance, but I suppose the real challenge is following it, just like the challenge posed by any other diet. Has anyone here tried or done this?
That's pretty much how I eat every day but instead of tofu I eat tons of humus (LOVE!!!)
The only thing that list is missing is fresh herbs (basil, rosemary, etc.)
----spices to me are pepper, salt, cardamom