Living and Raw Food

A raw foodist is someone that eats 75-100% live, nutritionally-dense organic uncooked and unprocessed food that optimize your health by alkalizing your body. At that percentage, your elimination system can get rid of the toxins created when you cook. But when you eat more cooked food you are consuming acidic toxins faster than your body can eliminate them so they back up, disrupting your body’s delicate acid/alkaline balance, a major cause of excess weight and disease.

Heating food above 118F causes chemical changes that create acidic toxins, including the carcinogens, mutagens, and free-radicals associated with diseases like diabetes, arthritis, heart disease and cancer. Cooking also destroys the live enzymes that aid in digestion and health.

Your body is like an alkaline battery, running on electrons. All life-giving chemical reactions only happen when electrons or energy flows between atoms. Cooking or processing causes food to lose electrons – the source of the energy your body needs. Things that are alkalizing (also called reducing) ‘contribute’ electrons/energy. Things that steal electrons/energy are called acidic or ‘oxidizing’.

Because the pH scale is logarithmic even a fraction of a point can create huge changes to health. One hydroxyl molecule (-OH) in 550 million is enough to make water conductive. In fact, most important processes in your body only work within a very narrow pH range. For example, if the pH of your blood falls to the low end of its normal range (~7.35-7.45), a .10 difference, it could reduce the oxygen levels in your blood by as much as 300%!

Two common myths are that eating raw is expensive and that it takes a lot of time to prepare. Nothing could be further from the truth! When you do it correctly, a raw food diet is actually one of the easiest, most convenient and most economical ways you can live. Raw foodists eat mostly organic food, which is 80% to 300% more nutritionally dense – loaded with available electrons/energy. As your body learns to absorb this additional nutrition and energy you’ll be less hungry, getting more energy from what you do eat, and eat less. This ultimately can reduce your food and health care costs, far below what is was when you were eating empty calories filled with the acidic toxins.

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