Eating whole foods are foods that are the closest to their original form as possible with the least processing or refinement. For example brown rice rather than white, whole grain flours rather than white flour, oats or cooked grain cereals rather than corn flakes, etc.<br><br>
A couple of websites that I know are <a href="http://www.benourished.com" target="_blank">www.benourished.com</a> and <a href="http://www.westonaprice.org" target="_blank">www.westonaprice.org</a>.<br><br>
Also Rodales Basic NAtural Foods Cookbook. Cooking the Whole Foods Way, Laurel's Kitchen are all good whole foods cookbooks.