If this is the definition of clean eating to which you adhere; then; yes as much as possible. I am beginning to think that the more refined a food is the more it is not good for me. I have not cut all refined/man-made food out of my diet. I still use artificial sweeteners for coffee; eat things like hamburger/chicken/tuna helper; soups but we eat a lot of fruits and vegies along with that and for the most part eat only one serving of the helper any given me (instead of splitting three ways like we could). I am drying fruit for a "candy" treat (sweet taste). We are looking at more whole grains. So the answer is yes and no!
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