There is a good, a bad and an ugly to just about everything, but one of the safest ways in the world to rid your body of toxins, lower bad cholesterol and lose some unwanted pounds is still the raw food diet, and Natural News enthusiasts have the inside track on how to do it right, without all the confusion of how much raw food to eat, whether or not you can cook some foods, and which ones are beneficial when cooked. Stop doubting yourself and your regimen, and look into this wonderful way to love what you eat, love your body, and plow forward with your plan, without having to second guess anymore!
Were you wondering which foods you can cook that still retain some vital nutrients? Find out more about carrots and tomatoes!
Were you wondering at what temperature do cooked foods lose their nutrients and their potential to benefit the body? Stop at 118 degrees.
Were you wondering if dehydrated vegetables and spices/herbs are beneficial? Stop wondering. They are!
Are you vegan or vegetarian? Do you still like seafood? Maybe you are pescatarian. What about seaweed and sushi? Many people don’t want to give up eggs and cheese, but they will give up the rest of what comes from land animals and even the ocean. Natural News has advice on this.
HOW TO MAKE YOUR FOOD MORE DIGESTIBLE:
The raw food diet also consists of alternating several cooking techniques: juicing and blending fruits and vegetables, sprouting seeds, grains and beans, soaking nuts and dried fruits, and dehydrating fruits. The idea is to make food more digestible and allow organs to work better.
Which supplements should you consider? This is covered too!
One must also be aware that certain nutritional deficiencies can occur on the raw food diet, including deficiencies in vitamin B12, calcium, iron or zinc.
Do you know the 10 tricks to never eating meat again?
What is the first question a meat-eater asks when you tell them you never eat meat? “Where do you get your protein from?” That protein myth has been dispelled for many years, in fact, there’s more bio-ready “available” protein in raw vegetables than in meat, and it only takes a few minutes for the body to break down the vegetables to access it, unlike meat, where the body must do a ton of work just to access the same “amino acids” for which the body is searching. Some of the greatest athletes in the world are vegans and vegetarians.
The Path to Greatness: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZB6ZI-9b5b8