Because cooking takes a lot of nutrients and vitamins OUT of food, you automatically start feeding your body exactly what needs when you stop cooking meals and begin eating uncooked, nutrient-rich meals.
A raw carrot has tremendously more nutrition than a cooked carrot.Preparing food also alters the chemistry of foods, often making them tougher to digest. Why do we have so many digestive problems in this country? Mainly because we�re putting foods into our bodies in a form that we weren’t made to soak up. High fiber, high water content fresh produce abolishes constipation of the bowels, cells and circulatory system. Obstructions are cleared and blood flow increases to every single cell in the body.
Increased blood flow is considerable for two reasons: as pointed out above, blood delivers nutrients and oxygen to dwelling cells, and carries away their toxic metabolites.Obesity is endemic in this country.
Objects in the way are cleared and blood flow increases to each and every cell in the body. Increased blood flow is considerable for two reasons: as pointed out above, blood delivers nutrients and oxygen to dwelling cells, and carries away their toxic metabolites.Weight problems is endemic in this country.
The diet industry is more profitable than the oil companies. Why? Because of the way we eat and make our food practically guarantees that we’ll overeat. Psychologists tell us that we overeat because our souls are hungry.
It takes a little more energy to digest raw foods, but it’s a healthy process.
It takes a a bit more energy to digest raw foods, but it;s a healthy process. Instead of spending energy to rid itself of toxins produced by cooking food, the body uses its energy to feed every cell, sending vitamins, fluids, enzymes and oxygen to make your body the efficient machine it was supposed to have been.
You’ll obviously stop overeating, because your body and brain will no longer be starving for the nutrients they need. A starving brain will trigger the thoughts that make you overeat. The brain and the rest of your body don�t need quantity; they need quality.
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