What are the (health) benefits of eating a raw food diet?

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Re: What are the (health) benefits of eating a raw food diet

Postby Aubrey » Wed May 28, 2014 5:33 am

After reading you rohit I think I have to go for this.
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Re: What are the (health) benefits of eating a raw food diet

Postby MistyJhones » Fri Jul 24, 2015 8:29 am

In general, The raw food diet is naturally distinguished by one great commandment: NOT cook food.
Therefore, According to the raw food diet, the use of the fire is perception of satiety in the kitchen inhibits. inducing excessive updatability and gives the food a consistency "soft", making them little natural; cooking are charged the destruction of vitamins, enzymes, and the auxoni clotting protein.
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Re: What are the (health) benefits of eating a raw food diet

Postby PlentyWell » Sat Apr 16, 2016 3:44 pm

I love eating raw food. Cooking kills some micro nutrients present in food that are good for our health. Raw food diet is rich in micro nutrients required for proper functioning of various body parts and fibers that improve bowel health. Read here how these 5 vegan smoothies will benefit your overall health
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