For the many people who are intrigued by raw food but simply don't know how to make the transition from what they're eating now, an in-demand nutritionist shows how in "The Raw Food Detox Diet." Whether readers prefer meat and potatoes, or tofu and tempeh, they can incorporate the flavor and lasting health benefits of raw food into their lives.For the many people who are intrigued by raw food but simply don't know how to make the transition from what they're eating now, an in-demand nutritionist shows how in "The Raw Food Detox Diet." Whether readers prefer meat and potatoes, or tofu and tempeh, they can incorporate the flavor and lasting health benefits of raw food into their lives.Read Less
Brand New. Paperback. Brand new, not a used item. Please no orders from Tennessee. Raw food is a powerful detoxifier that can cleanse your body of all the waste you have accumulated from years of processed "foods, " and can deliver other health benefits as well. But detoxifying too quickly will only shock your system. Top nutritionist Natalia Rose advises you to transition "gently, " based on your dieting history and individual needs. Complete the Raw Food Detox questionnaire to find out which suggested "menus, " "recipes, " and cleansing methods are right for you. With over 80 "simple, " delicious recipes.
it is well written and easy to understand.. well organized and has options so you can wean yourself into a different life style
Jun 7, 2007
I found this book to be extremely informative (with great recipes) without being overly "preachy." Benefits of eating raw, and the use of a raw food diet for weight loss were straightforward and sensible. It's stuff we all know about anyway, but don't necessarily think we can do -- if you are looking to lose weight and are committed to being healthier I think you'll agree. I bought it for maintaining a healthy diet, for more recipes and information on eating raw, and staying vegan as much as possible. I have given this book as a gift to a young woman interested in both losing weight and taking better care of her body and it's helped her do both. One nice thing about the recipes is that they don't call for all the machines and gadgets typically used in raw/living food preparation, such as a dehydrator. That would be appealing to a lot of people. Try it, you'll like the results!
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