The Raw Food Diet Myth

Author: Ruthann Russo
Editor: DJ Iber Publishing
ISBN: 0979906121
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Raw food is not just a diet. It is a revolutionary philosophy. The purpose of this book is to introduce you to the revolutionary philosophy of raw and living foods by pulling together all of the components, including, but not limited to, diet, into one place. The book provides you with information to make a conscious decision about whether you will, or perhaps already have, incorporated any of the raw and living food philosophy into your own philosophy of living.

Raw Awakening

Author: Kristen Suzanne
Editor: Chronicle Books
ISBN: 1452116423
Size: 15,51 MB
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Raw food is energizing people around the world. Eating raw no longer means consuming carrot sticks and boring fruit plates—it's a whole new cuisine and lifestyle. Featuring the same fun and passionate style that has made hers one of the most popular raw food blogs, chef Kristen Suzanne takes readers step by step through the raw food lifestyle: equipping the kitchen, grocery shopping, eating out, dealing with setbacks (and family members!), improving digestion, and losing weight, until eating raw becomes second nature. Plus, the book features 50 fabulous recipes—no cooking required!—for treats like sprouted protein bars, lasagna, soups, brownies, and even cheesecake! Accessible, fun, and packed with information not available anywhere else, this volume is a must-have for anyone who truly cares about health and nutrition.

Nature S First Law

Author: Stephen Arlin
Editor: Sunfood Nutrition
ISBN: 9780965353304
Size: 10,98 MB
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Raw Food Diet For Dogs

Author: Silke Böhm
Editor: Cadmos Verlag Gmbh
ISBN: 9780857882035
Size: 16,36 MB
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A practical introduction to the trend towards feeding dogs in a natural and species-appropriate way With the debate raging about the most appropriate way to feed man's best friend, more and more dog owners are realizing that feeding raw meat, combined with fresh vegetables and oils, is a cheaper and--more importantly--healthier alternative to dry dog food and canned meat. Some of the positive effects of this diet can be seen in healthy skin, a glossy coat, less body and mouth odor, and a strong immune system. The author explains the raw food diet for dogs in a clear and practical way, demonstrating a daily routine, describing the ingredients, and dispelling the prejudices. Practical shopping lists are also compiled, describing meats that are especially beneficial for dogs and keeping at the ready negative lists of harmful substances that should be avoided in the grocery store. Suitability for daily use and practical relevance are in the foreground, making the raw food diet easy for anybody to manage.

The Raw Food Detox Diet

Author: Natalia Rose
Editor: Harper Collins
ISBN: 0061751871
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A top nutritionist provides her simple, proven five-level diet plan to safely make the transition to eating raw foods, and to detoxify and achieve a perfect body no matter how you eat now. The raw food craze has taken off, as raw restaurants spring up and celebrities, models, and other fans tout the effects of eating raw. However, many people who are intrigued by raw food simply don't know how to make the transition from what they're eating now, or how to achieve the benefits of eating raw without giving up their lifestyle or the foods they love. Natalia Rose, an in-demand nutritionist, shows how in The Raw Food Detox Diet. Whether your diet is primarily made up of meat and potatoes, or tofu and tempeh, you can incorporate the flavour and lasting health benefits of raw food into your life. Over time, our bodies build up poisons and store waste from food that is not fully eliminated. Raw food helps to detoxify the body by flushing out these poisons and setting us back on a course toward greater energy, clearer skin and shinier hair, and a slim, natural figure. But making the transition to a raw diet too quickly can have negative effects on the body. Instead, the healthier way is to make a gentle change based on your previous diet and current needs. You do not conform to The Raw Food Detox Diet; it conforms to you, and you choose how far you want to go. Whether you're looking to live an all-raw lifestyle, or just to improve your energy and shape while still eating the foods you love, this groundbreaking diet book will energize and inspire you to achieve your goals safely and easily.

Raw And Beyond

Author: Victoria Boutenko
Editor: North Atlantic Books
ISBN: 1583943757
Size: 20,37 MB
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Victoria Boutenko, Elaina Love, and Chad Sarno have been leaders in the raw food movement since the 1990s. Each of them maintained and promoted the 100 percent raw diet for years. Since then, all three have independently arrived at the same conclusion: that a totally raw diet is not necessarily the best diet. One reason for their shift in thinking is the latest scientific research on the impact of omega essential fatty acids on human health. Studies show that if eaten in excess, omega-6s can cause inflammation and obesity. A typical raw food diet contains large quantities of nuts and seeds, most of which are extremely high in omega-6s and low in omega-3s. Raw foodists are not the only ones lacking sufficient omega-3s in their diet. Because omega-3s are easily damaged by heat, anyone whose diet is high in processed foods and oils probably has an omega-3 deficiency. Many symptoms of this deficiency can be mistaken for other health problems or nutrient deficiencies, so few people realize the cause of their ailments. Boutenko’s chapters on omegas provide readers more in-depth nutritional information. One hundred recipes—from raw to steamed and lightly cooked dishes, from appetizers to desserts—offer readers the means to enjoy a more sustainable, healthy, and energetic lifestyle. From the Trade Paperback edition.

Raw Food Nutrition Handbook The

Author: Karin Dina
Editor: Healthy Living Publications
ISBN: 1570678650
Size: 14,32 MB
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Rick and Karin Dina are both healthcare practitioners and long-time followers of a raw food diet. They've provided scientific information on how to construct nutritious raw diets through their Science of Raw Food Nutrition classes to hundreds of students. This book is a compendium of the latest information from peer-reviewed research and their own clinical experience on why raw diets are so beneficial and how to construct a raw diet that will provide all the necessary nutrients. The Raw Food Nutrition Handbook covers issues such as getting enough protein, understanding calorie density and nutrient density, focusing on whole plant foods, hydration, and food combining. The Dinas provide examples of some of the most popular raw food diets and discuss the nutritional adequacies of each one. They also share some of the success strategies they've used over the years to help people stay raw over the long term, make sense of conflicting nutritional information, and engage family and friends in their dietary journeys.

The Raw Vegan Diet

Author: Watson Collins Ph D
Editor:
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Size: 10,44 MB
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This book contains a wealth of information on the raw food lifestyle. Nutrition experts Brenda Davis and Vesanto Melina once again provide the essential information needed to safely embrace a new dietary lifestyle. As they did for vegetarians and vegans in Becoming Vegetarian and Becoming Vegan, they present the first authoritative look at the science behind raw foods.More people are jumping onto the raw foods bandwagon either to lose weight, fight chronic health problems, or simply to benefit from the high level of nutrients found in uncooked or sprouted foods. Readers will find science-based answers to tough questions about raw foods and raw diets, easy-to-follow nutritional guidelines, and practical information on how to construct a raw diet that meets recommended nutrient intakes simply and easily.

Raw Foods On A Budget

Author: Brandi Rollins
Editor:
ISBN: 9780982845844
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The long-awaited book, Raw Foods on a Budget, is here. Co-created by Brandi Rollins and a team of readers like you, Raw Foods on a Budget was designed to teach you how to enjoy a budget-loving, plant-based lifestyle. It doesn't matter if you are 100% raw, high raw, vegan, or veggie-friendly, this book goes beyond the price of food and shows you how to buy food; store, prepare, and eat food in ways that stretch your dollar; create and maintain a budget; use a budget to get the life you want; and grow and find high-quality, inexpensive produce. There is even cost-effective guidance on how and where to buy common raw food ingredients and equipment. Add ninety budget-loving recipes, each with their own cost estimates, money-saving tips, and nutrition information, and you have the ultimate program for living an abundant, budget-conscious raw food lifestyle.

12 Steps To Raw Foods

Author: Victoria Boutenko
Editor: North Atlantic Books
ISBN: 1556438451
Size: 12,41 MB
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Why do we overeat time and time again? Why do we make poor diet choices while we want to be healthy? What makes losing weight so difficult? These and many other vital questions are addressed in 12 Steps to Raw Foods in an open and sincere dialogue. Based on the latest scientific research, Victoria Boutenko explains the numerous benefits of choosing a diet of fresh rather than cooked foods. This book contains self-tests and questionnaires that help the reader to determine if they have hidden eating patterns that undermine their health. Using examples from life, the author explores the most common reasons for people to make unhealthy eating choices. Rather than simply praising the benefits of raw foods, this book offers helpful tips and coping techniques to form and maintain new, healthy patterns. Learn how to make a raw food restaurant card that makes dining with co-workers easy and enjoyable. Discover three magic sentences that enable you to refuse your mother-in-law’s apple pie without offending her. Find out how to sustain your chosen diet while traveling. These are only a few of the many scenarios that Boutenko outlines. Written in a convenient 12-step format, this book guides the reader through the most significant physical, psychological, and spiritual phases of the transition from cooked to raw foods. Embracing the raw food lifestyle is more than simply turning off the stove. Such a radical change in the way we eat affects all aspects of life. Boutenko touches on the human relationship with nature, the value of supporting others, and the importance of living in harmony with people who don’t share the same point of view on eating. Already a classic, this enhanced second edition is aimed at anyone interested in improving their health through diet.