Raw Food Diet: Is it for you?

July 20, 2015 • NutritionNutrition Advice and RecipesVegetarian

Everything You Need to Know About the Raw Food Movement

Some people think that raw food is the healthiest.
Basically, raw food diets may include a selection of vegetables, fruits, seeds, legumes, seeds, grains, nuts, eggs, fish, meat and dairy products, all must be unprocessed and uncooked food.
This diet, which involves no oven or stove, is claimed to be rich in nutrients and healthy.

There are various types of raw foodism, depends on on the exact philosophy or type of lifestyle and results desired.

Raw Vegetarianism may include simply processed foods such as various types of sprouted.
Dairy products are consumed as well, such as cheese and fermented dairies such as yogurts or kefir cheese, but generally not foods that have been pasteurized, homogenized, or produced with the use of synthetic pesticides, chemical fertilizers, industrial solvents or chemical food.

Raw Animal Food diets include raw meat, eggs and fish.

Of course, the strictest is the Raw Veganism, which puts the focus on greens, no meet, no dairy and no flour where the guideline is to eat “living food” only (where mean, for example, is considered as “dead food”).

There are 3 main guidelines for Raw Veganists:
1. Eat , potentially, as much as full of nutrients food as possible.
2. Eat as less as possible foods that harms our body.
3. Eat as less as possible foods that hurts the planet.

Does it cost more?
No chemicals/ organic foods are known to be more expensive in general but raw food Veganists claim that overall, it is actually cheaper, since in the long run, you will be healthier and need less medications and medical treatments.
They also claim to be more energetic due to their raw food diet, which makes them be more productive and earn more.

Watch this video and decide for yourself:
Are you built to be a raw food Veganist?
And what do you think about it?

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