Raw Food Diet
When did man start eating cooked food? It is believed that several hundred thousand years ago, when man discovered fire, cooking may have begun to preserve food.
Let's look more closely at what cooking does to our food.
Let's look at Raw Food and the benefits:
I found it fascinating that Ann Wigmore who founded the Hippocrates Institute, discovered that when she took cancer cells from a human and placed them under a microscope, they thrived on cooked food but died in the presence of raw food!!! In David Wolfe’s book “ The Sunfood Diet Success System” he lists 14 categories of Raw Food and they are:
Why raw foods?
Example of societies experiencing longevity through the consumption of Raw Foods
How to change your diet from cooked to Raw
It is important when undertaking a new diet to do it gradually so as not to “shock” the body. Perhaps start by going with a raw breakfast for a few weeks then incorporate a raw lunch and ultimately a raw dinner. The total transition could take a few weeks or months depending on your own body.
Doesn’t it make sense now though? For ultimately cleansing you can even do one as a liquid (i.e. Green vegetable juice) which also give your digestive system a chance to rest.
Contact me about my raw food classes. These are run once a week for 4 weeks and I can teach you how simple this diet is.
Sign up for my Personal Chef program. In this program I hire myself out to come to your home and personalize your program based on what your food interests are. This way you get a one-on-one training program for 4 weeks. This is a one or two hour class per week and Voila you have dinner ready for family. The cost per hour of personal instruction is $75.00 (cost of food is extra and everything I use is organic for optimum health).
Please contact me for registration and more information.
Carol Carter, WT, MH
Host a Raw Food Party!
How would you like to host a Raw Food Party? As the host you get to enjoy the class and recipes for free plus a chance to win a free aromatherapy session!
It's a fun way to learn more about raw foods and share the experience with family and friends.