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Avoid Processed Food
Eat foods that are as close to their original, unprocessed state as possible—brown rice instead of white; whole- and multi-grain breads and cereals; fresh fruits and vegetables rather than canned; beans and legumes; and soy-based foods like tempeh, miso and whole soybeans.

Also, eat organically produced products when possible.

And strive for variety when planning meals to make sure you are getting the nutrients you need…without getting bored.
As a reminder, always consult your doctor for medical advice and treatment before starting any program.