Should I be raw vegan?

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  • Should I be raw vegan?


Answer #1 | 22/12 2013 22:47
just be who you are
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Answer #2 | 22/12 2013 20:21
No need to go to extremes, in my opinion. I consume about 2/3 of my daily foods "raw" in my highly selective vegetarian diet, and I haven't had any health problems, sickness, or needed medical care my entire adult life (almost age 50 now). Cuting out the food items that are most damaging to long-term health from your diet is the key, more than anything - things such as refined oils of any type (stick to something like raw virgin coconut oil), refined sugars, excessive sodium, wheat-family grain food/ingredients, westernized soy foods/ingredients, grain-flour/cereal foods in general, ultra-processed factory-farm dairy (which is everything that you see in stores), etc. Outside of those basic restrictions, just stick to real, whole foods in their more natural forms, even if some are occasiony lightly steamed/sauteed. Works for me.
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