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Message Subject I tried the 'raw food diet' to get healthy - Holy Crap!
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There is a problem with fruits, and veggies. This is why sprouts and germinated foods should be included in the diet to make up for any deficiencies.

Fruits are depleted of many nutrients these days, and most people simply cannot handle so much fruit, especailly coming from a SAD diet. (standard american diet). OR even of any cooked food, meat centered diet. That's why, anyone starting a raw food diet must properly enter it, and thats why I recommend Gabriel Cousen's 3 phase plan.

Sure, if you want faster but HEAVIER and more intense detox symptoms, you can have acid fruits and melons, or just a good acid fruit like oranges or grapes for about 40 days straight but this is virtually impossible to do unless you have access to this food. see Dr. Robert Morse on this kind of protocol.. but I don't really even recommend it. Esp. if you have heavy diseases, then you must take herbs along with it. Just won't be enough.

As for veggies.. again too nutrient depleted these days due to depleted soil. plus, too mcuh focus on goitrogenic veggies (unless you're eating as much seaweed as the Japs do, I would minimize these) and oxalate rich greens.

You also should get hydrogen peroxide to clean your veggies all the time. Be careful about eating any food that is still cold. Eat them at room temperature or slightly warmed either in the sun, or in a dehydrator, or soaked in lukewarm to warm water (as you clean it with h2o2) and then spin-dried.

SOunds complicated huh?

Lastly, make sur eyou get the proper balance of omega 3s to omega 6s. a 1:1 to 1:4 omega 3 to 6 ratio is best. Sprouted flax, chia, and hemp seeds are the best sources of omega 3s.
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