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Why The Raw Food Diet

Why The Raw Food Diet

Because cooking takes so many nutrients and vitamins OUT of 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 alters the chemistry of foods, often making them harder to digest. Read more
What Is The Raw Food Diet

What Is The Raw Food Diet

Have you started hearing about the Raw Food Diet? It’s gaining popularity and buzz, not just as a diet to lose weight, but a diet for a long and healthy life. We eat so much in the way of processed food that we don’’t even stop to think about what we’’re putting into our bodies, [...] Read more
Raw Food Less Water

Raw Food Less Water

When you start eating more raw foods, you may find you’re not as thirsty or don’t need as much water or other beverages as you normally do. There are several reasons for this. First of all, raw foods, such as raw fruits and vegetables have a higher volume of water in them, so your body [...] Read more
Can You Feed Your Children Raw Food

Can You Feed Your Children Raw Food

Every mother wants the best for her child. You want your child to look healthy, grow proportionately, feel energized and have a great immune system. So, why do most parents in America feed their children junk food by the time they start eating table food? Why do most restaurants serve French fries or macaroni and [...] Read more

Calcium Without Milk

You can get plenty of calcium from green leafy vegetables; cow’s milk isn’’t the best for your body… For excellent food therapy, calcium derived from dairy products, leafy greens, some nuts, and any calcium-fortified products are much better than through supplements. If the body assimilates more than the needed intake of calcium, it Read more