The Raw Food Diet Made Simple : Includes: Steps to Transition to a Part or Full Raw Diet, Seasonal Menu Planning Guide, Recipes for Simple 5 Minute Me
Overview - "The Raw Food Diet Made Simple - Transitioning to a Raw Food Plan for Better Health, Vibrant Energy, and Weight Loss" In here you will learn about the reasons why it is super healthy for your body, how to go about a step by step transition so that you ENJOY going raw, and that its not necessary to be 100% raw... Read more...
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"The Raw Food Diet Made Simple - Transitioning to a Raw Food Plan for Better Health, Vibrant Energy, and Weight Loss" In here you will learn about the reasons why it is super healthy for your body, how to go about a step by step transition so that you ENJOY going raw, and that its not necessary to be 100% raw... you still get massive benefits from just increasing your daily intake of these foods, and the delicious recipes included with prove that to you. This is All About Using An Individual Approach Some guides may tell you that there's really only one way to live this way - you're either all in or you're out. But in reality, people have different needs and desires. In this guide you'll learn how to live a completely raw food diet, but you should also know that you make your own choices. You may want to tailor this program so that most of the time you eat a raw diet or so that you eat a raw diet seasonally as a way to detoxify and improve your health. There may be times that you choose to stray from a raw food diet, but that doesn't mean you've failed at your goals. An all or nothing approach isn't required here for you to experience the benefits of the raw food diet. All that does is make you feel guilty and get in the way of your progress. Instead, especially in the beginning, it's okay to be flexible. Chapter 1: What Is the Raw Food Diet? - Raw Food 101 Chapter 2: The Health Benefits of Going Raw - Improvements that Can Be Made from this Plan Chapter 3: Is Inflammation Making You Ill? - The Raw Food Diet Could Be the Cure Chapter 4: Following the Raw Food Diet Temporarily - Detoxing through Short-Term Changes Chapter 5: The Right Balance -Making Sure You Get Enough Nutrients Chapter 6: Tips for Sticking to a Raw Food Plan - Help for Difficult Situations Chapter 7: Getting Started with a Raw Food Diet - Steps for Transitioning to This Way of Eating Chapter 8: What to Eat? - Seasonal Menu Suggestions Chapter 9: Meal Options - Mix and Match Recipes to Create a Meal Plan Chapter 10: Summary Appendix: Weekly Meal Planner - you get a bonus link to download recipes and a meal planner that you can printout as often as you want and use for years Many raw food diet guides suggest that you make foods from raw ingredients that mimic other cooked foods. For example, you can find recipes for dehydrated breads and crackers. You can also find foods such as mock cheesecakes, burgers, and chips. I don't subscribe to the idea of being sneaky with your food and trying to make it seem like something it's not. In this plan, you'll find that the food is much more straightforward. It's simpler, takes less time, and is less processed than these other foods. It will also help you not to crave those other foods as much as they won't be constantly brought to mind. I've been eating mostly a raw diet for years and love it - now I will help you to design the best eating plan for you and your family too.
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