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Raw - Vegan -
Gluten free - Guilt Free
Gone Raw.... eating food in its most natural state.
Plant-based, whole foods nutrition
Transform yourself.... your mood, energy, and health.
100% pure 'Life Force'
Some things you may want to know...
Raw and living food recipes are full of flavor, texture, and taste incredibly fresh! Raw food can be adapted to the palate of any culture and is remarkably delicious.
Keeping the nutrients and enzymes intact is part of raw and living food preparation, that means no cooking! Instead, freezing, dehydration, and fermenting are typical techniques to a raw foodist. Over time you will build your skills so don't worry about mastering these new techniques right away. It is all about transition.
There is a difference between raw and living foods. All living foods are raw but not all raw foods are living. Example, a cacao bean is raw not living, sprouts are raw and living. Living foods contain greater amounts of vital nutrients.
Trasformation will be different for each person. Most prefer a gradual transition and notice a few changes within days.
For many, some of the benefits of eating raw are improved health, increased energy, mental clarity, and weight loss. Whatever your reasons are, you are on an incredible journey of nutrition at it's finest.
Raw food is 'green' food. In the sense it is ecofriendly. Think about all the packaging that will be saved by not using prepackaged and processed foods. Now you can give back to the earth by composting.
Check out our other pages to learn about more techniques, raw kithcen basics, sprouting basics, how to transition from the Standard American Diet and recipes. Need to order something? You can do that too on our 'Organic foods' and 'Sprouting products' page. Check back frequently for new recipes, updates, resources and additional products.
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This site last updated 04/10/2013