The benefits of eating raw food over cooked food are ridiculously high when you look at the facts. Walk into any gym and ask a fitness instructor and they will tell you that you should be eating more raw vegetables and fruits. Most, if not all doctors also recommend that you should be eating more raw fruits and vegetables as they are the richest source of vitamins, minerals and even protein.
Here are a few of the most common benefits that you get when you go raw:
a. Raw food is easy to prepare, you really need not know how to cook to make some delicious meals for yourself!
b. Eating raw vegan food can tremendously help against bodily disorders such as heart trouble, asthma, and can also offer greater protection against cancer.
c. Raw vegan food is also an overnight cure for eating disorders such as heart-burns, gastritis, constipation and infrequent bowel movement. To test this you can just try eating some raw foods rich in fiber such as apples, guavas, or banana, you will definitely notice a change in your bowel health over a very short period of time.
d. Raw Vegan food diet is a tried and tested way to get your weight down. People have witnessed amazing changes in their bodies after going on a raw food diet.
e. Raw food has more flavor than cooked food.
f. You feel fresh, and will have far more energy than you use to.
As you can see you really have no reason to not to include raw food diet. If you are still unsure whether or not you are ready then you can first try a 50-50 setup where you can have a diet comprised of 50% cooked food and 50% raw food. Once you start gaining confidence that such a diet will only return more benefits you can increase its intake.
Raw food has remained way too underrated however eating raw vegan food is becoming more and more popular these days as it is the most healthiest choice of foods available. Raw food is both delicious and incredibly nutritious. Try some raw recipes and see the difference it makes!
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Image by Internet Archive Book Images Identifier: 61631000RX2.nlm.nih.gov Title: The family flora and materia medica botanica: containing the botanical analysis, natural history and chemical and medical properties of plants Year: 1847 (1840s) Authors: Good, Peter P. (Peter Peyto), 1789?-1875 Subjects: Plants, Medicinal Phytotherapy Publisher: Elizabethtown, N.J. : P. Good Contributing Library: U.S. National Library of Medicine Digitizing Sponsor: Open Knowledge Commons, U.S. National Library of Medicine View Book Page: Book Viewer About This Book: Catalog Entry View All Images: All Images From Book Click here to view book online to see this illustration in context in a browseable online version of this book. Text Appearing Before Image: llation this yields potato-spirit, from which avolatile oil (oil of potatoes) has been extracted. An extractobtained from the stalks and leaves of potatoes is said to possessnarcotic properties, in doses of two or three grains, but the casesare not perfectly satisfactory. The tubers of potatoes when boiled are a most valuable articleof food, both for men and animals. Those of good quality arenot only perfectly innocuous but highly nutritious, and easy ofdigestion. In the raw state they have been found less nutri-tive for animals, while on man they are said to prove laxativeand diuretic, and to excite slightly the nervous system. Theprocess of cooking is probably useful in two ways, by renderingthe starch digestible, and secondly by extracting some noxiousmatter. The potato in a raw state, eaten as a salad with vin-egar, has proved of much benefit on ship-board as a preventativeof scurvy. An extraet of the leaves is recommended in chronicrheumatism, and pains of the stomach and bowels. Text Appearing After Image: N ? 91 .(DIE r N Common Celandine, piletiinvl iHtriwort L,oud.Per.idG. thedine >li- in Note About Images Please note that these images are extracted from scanned page images that may have been digitally enhanced for readability - coloration and appearance of these illustrations may not perfectly resemble the original work.
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Image by Internet Archive Book Images Identifier: n25sessionalpaper47canauoft Title: Sessional papers of the Dominion of Canada 1913 Year: 1913 (1910s) Authors: Canada. Parliament Subjects: Canada -- Politics and government 1867- Periodicals Publisher: [Ottawa : s.n. Contributing Library: Robarts - University of Toronto Digitizing Sponsor: University of Toronto View Book Page: Book Viewer About This Book: Catalog Entry View All Images: All Images From Book Click here to view book online to see this illustration in context in a browseable online version of this book. Text Appearing Before Image: mes. Tamarinds, fresh or preserved. Cattle food containing molasses. CANADA-WEST IXDJE^ CONFERENCE 111 SESSIONAL PAPER No. 55 Pea nuts and kola nuts. Diamonds, uncut. Timber or lumber of wood not further manufactured than eawn or split. Timber or lumber of wood, dressed. Vanilla beans. Bay leaves. Papaine. Lime juice, fruit syrups, and fruit juices, non-alcoholic. SCHEDULE C Duty when Imported from any Foreign Country into Canada. GOODS. DUTY. Cocoa beans, not roasted, crush>ed or ground. Not less than 75c. per 100 lbs. Lime juice, raw and concentrate^], not refined. Not less than 5c. i)er gallon. Limes, fresh. Not less than 10 per cent, ad valorem. SCHEDEXE D. Colonies to enjoy for a limited time benefit of agreement with Canada. Bahamas. Bermuda. British Honduras. Grenada. Jamaica. Newfoundland. Text Appearing After Image: VOLUME XLVII 3 George V. Alphabetical Index to Sessional Papers. A. 1013 See also Numerical List, Page 25. ALPHABETICAL INDEX SESSIONAL PAPERS PARLIAMENT OF CANADA SECOXD SESSION, TWELFTH PAELIAMEXT, 1912-13. A Agricultural Aid Act, Agreement withthe several Provinces re -expenditureof Subsidies under, &c 67i Agriculture, Report of Dept. of 15 Agricultural School, Model Farm, &c., atNew Carlisle, Que., Memorials, &c., re. 213 Aids to navigation that have been estab-lished on the Canadian AitlanticCoast 89 Aikins, J. A. M., Report of on MoralInstruction in the Canadian PublicSchools % Aldershot Military Camp, number ofmen at in summer of 1912; contractsgiven; cost of supplies, &c 182 AMershot, N.S., re supply of ice forMilitary Camp at, &c 221a Aldershot, X.S., re alleged thefts of pro-perty-from the Militia Camp in Sept.,1912 221 Algoma Steel Co., applications for remis-sion of duties on rails imported bj atFort William, &c 149 Amiot, P. E., Engineer Public Worn25sessionalpaper47canauoft Note About Images Please note that these images are extracted from scanned page images that may have been digitally enhanced for readability - coloration and appearance of these illustrations may not perfectly resemble the original work.
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