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The Raw Food Diet10,543 Views
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Description: The raw food diet is based on eating unheated foods and no meat for weight loss and energy. Find out more in this video.
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The Raw Foods Diet is based on the idea that raw foods contain enzymes which help the body digest and absorb nutrients. Proponents of the diet believe that heating food above 116 degrees destroys these vital enzymes. Of course, this means that all animal products are no-nos on the Raw Foods Diet. In addition, anything “man-made” or “pre-packaged” is off-limits. Fresh fruits and vegetables, nuts and seeds, grains, and purified water are all okay. The Raw Foods Diet encourages weight loss, but it is also touted for increasing energy, but reducing the risk of heart disease. Even TV icon Carrie Bradshaw and her friends got in on the Raw Foods Diet, which was featured in an episode of HBO's Sex and the City. With the Raw Foods Diet, you can definitely lose weight-and skip the cooking altogether!