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Raw Food FAQs

Raw nuts and honeyEven though a raw food diet is highly nutritious and provides you with all the protein and nutrients your body needs, some people do not thrive on raw foods alone, and do much better when incorporating some cooked foods.  Some people thrive on raw vegan diets, while others do better with some.  

Paying close attention to how your body responds and reacts to the foods you give it, and honoring its needs as you change and evolve over time is much more important than a percentage.  You may find that a 75% raw diet may be the perfect approach for you, or that more suits you just fine..

Let's cover some of the commonly asked questions my clients ask when it comes to eating a raw food diet:




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