- December 1st, 2013
Living a raw lifestyle can be one of the best things you do for your body, especially after the holidays. Whether you are a raw foodist for the long run or just to cleanse yourself from some overly processed foods, your body will feel great.
- October 31st, 2013
The holidays tend to leave many people frazzled. Lots of family means lots of food, which always leads to lots of hassle. But if you choose to make a few raw appetizers, your work load will be lightened the day of, and your guests will never know the difference.
- September 30th, 2013
Summer may be long gone, but you still need good raw sides for your table. But what do you choose? Most dressings require some sort of oil that is not considered raw. Olive oils that are raw need to be made with ripe olives, which are then stone crushed and cold pressed—many olive oils don’t meet that requirement. Reading labels is crucial when attempting to eat all raw.
- May 31st, 2013
It seems like everywhere you turn, the term “raw” appears on popular food labels.Unraveling the mysteries of the living foods lifestyleBy Brian Clement, PhD, NMD, CN
- April 30th, 2013
Common sense has always indicated that eating fruits and veggies is good for you—what common sense failed to mention is how valuable it is to eat those foods raw. Sometime after we discovered fire, we abandoned our “rabbit food” palate for a predominantly cooked diet.Learn to ditch your processed foods
- March 1st, 2013
A raw food diet is a lifestyle choice, not a weight loss plan. It centers on eating plant-based foods in their most natural state—uncooked and unprocessed.
Rebalancing acid and alkalineRaw foods add balance to the Western diet
- September 30th, 2012
Are you looking for a great way to start the day with energy, something light and easy to digest? Do you need more healthful options? Are you lactose intolerant or allergic to gluten? Are you too busy to make breakfast, or need a portable breakfast to take with you?A wholesome way to start your dayBy Jennifer Cornbleet