Saturday, January 29, 2011


There is a difference between raw and vegetarian diet? Proponents of raw foods are vegetarian, but usually not cooked vegetables or fruit. A vegetarian is someone who simply does not eat meat, fish or chicken, but only with vegetables, pasta and rice. A vegetarian can eat no meat or spaghetti sauce for onion rings in a restaurant. (Not the healthiest choice, but sometimes it's hard to find something to eat in a restaurant, if you are vegetarian -. Even more difficult if you are a raw food advocates)

There are several categories of vegetarians or vegans, raw food advocates are frugivorous and as a category of vegetarianism. We have not seen anything about sushi, is considered a raw food, but it is. Raw foods, but generally means eating raw fruits, fresh vegetables, nuts, seaweed, etc.

But to be a raw food purist means raw broccoli, not steamed. For a person commits a vegetarian who eats no meat or fish or animals, steamed vegetables are so good, if everyone agrees that the steam can extract nutrients from food, making them less nutritious. A vegetarian can eat dairy products or eggs, but a vegan does not consume animal products at all. It is a raw food proponents are vegan, using only cooked, raw foods.
I first supporters of the diet believe that enzymes are the life force of food and all foods that contain the perfect combination of its own. These enzymes help digest foods completely, without relying on our body to produce its own cocktail of digestive enzymes.
It is also believed that cooking destroys the vitamins and minerals and that cooked foods not only take longer to digest, but also allow partially digested fats, proteins and carbohydrates to stop our gut and arteries.

Followers of a raw diet cite numerous health benefits, including:

• Increase energy levels
• Improved skin appearance
• Improved digestion
• Weight Loss
• reduce the risk of heart disease

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