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Have you heard about a diet consisting mostly of raw foods? Perhaps you have, and you are reading this article because you are curious to know more about it, whether it is safe or not, and its health benefits, if any. You may be wondering, if it is a healthy practice, then why hasn’t anyone told you about it before? Whatever the reason is, one thing is for certain. Once you understand the benefits of eating uncooked food, you will have second thoughts about shoving cooked dead meat in your mouth again!
This is a program designed to help you maximize the benefits of getting into a raw regime. It is a complete diet plan that can help get you on your way to a healthier and more energetic lifestyle.
Why uncooked food?
Eating uncooked food means healthful eating. This nutritional regime provides more vigor than any traditional food therapy can hope to provide. And I am not talking about a quick fix like what caffeine gives. I am talking about longer lasting effects that will allow you to do more, even with less sleep. So how does eating uncooked food work?
For one, raw food is packed with food enzymes that are important to sustain each physical movement. The body gets tired and you will feel lethargic when your body runs out of these enzymes. With more food enzymes, your body becomes more energetic and able to do more for a given amount of time.
Heating foods at temperatures exceeding 118 degrees F kills all food enzymes that naturally reside in raw meat and produce. Thus, when you are on a mostly cooked dietary plan, you are not getting sufficient enzymes you need for your bodies vitality. This forces the body to produce more of its own enzymes just to metabolize and digest what you eat; and the more energy your body uses to digest “dead meat”, the less you will have for other activities.
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