One more day to go! Here are the Average Foods from the Great Physicians RX for Health & Wellness by Jordan Rubin.
Grains & Starchy Carbohydrates: (Whole grains and whole grain flours are healthiest if soaked for twelve hours before consuming)
Brown rice I love Lundberg Farms organic brown rice, and see Nourishing Traditions for a recipe where you soak the rice.
Oats You can buy organic oats at any health food store. Just don't buy the instant oats!
Corn Make sure you buy organic corn because of GMO's!
Whole grain pasta The best kind of pasta is Food for Life's sprouted Ezekiel pasta.
Whole grain dried cereal The best cereal is Food for Life's Ezekiel sprouted pasta.
Honey Our family's favorite honey is Really Raw Honey!
Stevia You can find organic stevia at any health food store.
Organic dehydrated cane juice I buy Rapunzel's Rapadura, and Wholesome Sweeteners makes a good organic dehydrated cane juice as well.
Maple syrup You can find organic maple syrup at any health food store, just make sure it's organic, as conventional varieties contain high amounts of formaldehyde!
Pasteurized vegetable juices R.W. Knudsen Organic and Santa Cruz Organic make good pasteurized veggie juices.
Pasteurized fruit juices (not from concentrate) Same goes for fruit juices- just make sure it doesn't say "from concentrate."
Beer and wine in moderation (organic and or/unpasteurized)
Fresh ground coffee (organic is best, but limit to one cup per day)
Healthy popcorn (easy to make homemade, see a recipe in Nourishing Traditions)
Baked corn chips Guiltless Gourmet makes good baked corn chips, but the best are the ones fresh from your own oven! I love making them with Food for Life's sprouted corn tortillas!