Question by phyllis w: What are the benefits of a raw food diet? Does it work? If you have experienced this, what are the pros/cons?
Raw foods are supposed to cure type II diabetes naturally in 30 days according to the documentary, “Simply Raw: Reversing Diabetes in 30 days.” and RDNmovement.com, Who has direct experience with this program. I am considering a raw diet.
Answer by kevin231
The raw food diet is how we were meant to eat, the best raw food diet is one with mostly fruit and some veggies, most veggies aren’t fit for human consumption, have you ever been attracted to eating a raw veggie without seasoning, etc? There are only a handful of veggies that we can consider human food, and some can be considered fruit(romaine lettuce, iceberg lettuce, celery, tomatoes, cucumber, avocado and bell peppers(all colors except green which are unripe)).
Beyond that I highly recommend lots of fresh air and sunshine and abandonment of pharmaceuticals, creams, soaps, cigarettes, etc(assuming you don’t absolutely need them, I don’t know you and the raw food diet may lead to you saying good-bye to these products). I wash in just water and brush my teeth with just my brush and water.
If you live like this you can say good-bye to 99% of all disease including cancer, diabetes, etc, and never have to worry about them again.
Edit: Read the book 80/10/10 and check out this website – http://www.rawschool.com/basics.htm
Edit #2: If you go raw, watch out for someone named David Wolfe, he’s a con artist and his main goal is to sell his “superfoods.”
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