Why The Raw Food Diet

Because cooking takes so many nutrients and vitamins out of our food you automatically start feeding your body what it needs when you stop cooking food and start eating uncooked, nutrient-rich foods. A raw carrot has exponentially more nutrition than a cooked carrot. Cooking also […]

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Raw Only Diet

A diet is considered a raw food diet if it consists of at least 75% raw, uncooked fruits, vegetables, sprouts, nuts and seeds. Raw and living foods are believed to contain essential food enzymes (living foods contain a higher enzyme content than cooked foods). The […]

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Tools for Raw Food Preparation

You don’t need to make a huge investment in eating raw and living foods. In fact, you’ll probably be saving money by cutting back on highly processed convenience foods. All that high-fat, high-sodium microwaveable foods are pricey, too! If you’re new to this, eating raw […]

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Raw Food and Skin Health

What’s the largest organ in your body? It’s your skin! It provides a protective covering for the other organs of the body. It changes to regulate your internal body temperature and it’s a good indicator of overall health and well-being. People spend thousands of dollars […]

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Raw Food Diet versus Vegetarian Diet

Is there a difference between vegetarian and raw food diets? A raw foodist is a vegetarian, but one who generally is not going to cook his vegetables or fruits. A vegetarian is someone who simply doesn’t eat meat, fish or poultry, but only consumes vegetables, […]

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