Hi Kaki, I have made it a goal to eliminate most processed foods from my diet but I think my list is a bit different from yours. I guess the first thing to do is figure out what your goal is, what you would like to change in your diet and move on from there.
When I think of processed foods, I think of convenience foods such as canned, boxed or frozen foods. I also include most chain restaurant food in my list of processed food, so I am very picky about where I dine out.
I don't have milk, salt or wheat on my list of processed foods to avoid, but I do buy hormone free milk.
Nutrition is one of the most mind boggling topics for most people, you are not alone. Cutting processed foods can be simplified by eating more whole foods. Here are a few suggestions that may support your path;
Prepare your food vs. eating out or eating out of a box
Buy whole grains and begin replacing any white starch products with foods such as brown rice, basmati, quinoa
Start preparing to grow your own food, our economy is heading in that direction anyway
Replace your dairy products with coconut milk and creamers
Eat organic whenever possible
Change one of the above and gradually move toward another. In time you will find yourself looking and feeling even better.
By the way, salt is a needed mineral in the body, try sea salt and stay away from packaging that contains sodium as much as possible.
Best health to you. Blessings, Tina