Some of us may wonder—what is the difference between ‘food’ and ‘whole food’? Whole food is simply a term used to distinguish food that is produced with the least amount of processing, refining, or use of pesticides; in other words, what ‘food’ was before society was industrialized. There’s no escaping certain chemical pollutants in food. However, eating whole foods (or growing and raising your own food) has become a trend now as individuals are more aware of the health effects related to food processing and pesticides.
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