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What Do You Want To Know About Whole Foods?

What Do You Want To Know About Whole Foods?

What Do You Want To Know About Whole Foods?

First of all, thanks for coming to the site and reading about what we are doing. We are sharing both whole food recipes and information about whole foods but I have a favor to ask of you! Now that you are here, what would you like to know? What question would you like answered? What is causing the most pain for you right now? Go on, Ask Me Anything!

Starting Tomorrow, I will select one or two (or a few questions) and answer them for you! So, leave a comment below and ask me a question! I am sure there are others that have the same questions but have not asked them for one reason or another so be bold, ask the questions. I love the challenge and I want this blog to help you with your whole foods lifestyle. Questions about whole foods and aging, Superfoods, special dietary whole food recipe needs, lets see how we can help each other.

If you don’t happen to have a question perhaps you are looking for a long lost forgotten whole foods recipe. Let me know and perhaps it is tucked away in my recipe files. I will be happy to look for it and share with everyone.

I am looking forward to hearing from you.

If you have not signed up for your copy of “Clean Eating – How and Why to cut out Processed Foods” please do so at the top right of this article. I would love to have you join our family of enthusiastic Whole Food connoisseurs.

Bon Provecho


Maria and Bill

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2 thoughts on “What Do You Want To Know About Whole Foods?”

  • Thanks Roy. I really want to share good whole food recipes and information but I get a strange reaction, some recipes go over very big, some not so much, some articles
    are very popular, some not so much. I want to share what the majority wants to read so a I thought I would just ask. Here in Mexico a whole food lifestyle is completely
    different than in the states. There are many foods that are grown locally and you can get almost all year and there are others that have only about a two week window and
    they are gone. It’s a fun challenge.

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