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Whole foods don't contain preservatives, chemicals or pesticides that change their makeup or growth process, and are as close to their natural state as possible. Whole foods are often more expensive than other types, but... More »

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Whole Foods only sells food items that are free of hydrogenated fats, as well as artificial flavors, colors, sweeteners, and preservatives. The company also has quality standards for organic products, flowers, animal wel... More »

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The Whole Foods common stock is traded on the Nasdaq market and can be purchased by consulting a qualified broker, according to Whole Foods. The trading symbol for the stock on the market is WFM. The company has a divide... More »

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Foods that lower low-density lipoprotein, or LDL cholesterol, include dark chocolate, avocados, nuts and whole grains, according to WebMD. Soy food products, beans, fortified foods and fish such as albacore tuna, salmon,... More »

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Protein is found in seafood, white-meat poultry, eggs, beans, soy and pork tenderloin. In addition, milk, cheese and yogurt are also foods that contain high amounts of protein. For quick protein fixes, a person can eat p... More »

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Some foods that are rich sources of different enzymes are papaya, broccoli and pineapple. Pineapple contains bromelain, which is a proteolytic enzyme, as noted by the University of Maryland Medical Center. Papayas are hi... More »

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Most plain fruits and vegetables do not contain any fat. Avocados are the exception to the rule, but their fat is monounsaturated, which is a heart-healthy fat. Egg whites and skim milk are fat-free sources of protein. More »

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