100 Days of Real Food

Being healthy involves making some difficult choices. Find out how one ordinary family of four decided to go 100 days without eating processed foods or refined ingredients. In May 2010, the family defined “real food” and followed their self-created food rules for 100 days. In October 2010, they embarked on “100 Days of Real Food on a Budget,” eating “real food” on $125 a week, which is less money than a family of four receives in federal food stamp aid. Find out how they did it, along with recipes to get you started. Join in the fun by taking the “10 Days of Real Food” pledge.


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