Raw Food Cookbook and Diet - Rockridge Press

Raw Food Cookbook and Diet

By Rockridge Press

  • Release Date: 2013-10-14
  • Genre: Health & Fitness
Score: 4.5
4.5
From 70 Ratings

Description

The raw food diet is the most natural method you can use to get healthy.

When we cook our foods, we remove necessary nutrients that nourish our bodies and prevent disease. A raw food diet can help you overcome health problems, cure pain, and increase your energy. The raw food diet is scientifically proven to be one of the most effective diets for getting healthy and losing weight.

Adopting a healthy raw food diet can appear challenging, as our modern culture often does not embrace the superior health benefits of raw food. Raw Food Cookbook and Diet offers a complete introduction to eating raw, making it easy to transition to one of the most natural and effective diets.

Raw Food Cookbook and Diet will help you understand and get started on the wildly successful raw food diet with:

• 75 easy, delicious, and flexible raw food recipes for every meal • Complete introduction to the raw food diet • Overview of the health and weight-loss benefits of eating raw foods • Detailed list of the nutrients associated with each raw food option • Tips on stocking your kitchen and transitioning to a raw food diet
Even just a few raw food meals can quickly raise your energy level. Raw Food Cookbook and Diet will help you get started today, and enjoy better health and weight loss for the rest of your life.

Reviews

  • tons of info

    4
    By AJMAM77
    I was quite intimidated by the idea of a raw food diet at first, but this book put my mind totally at ease. There is a ton of information, great recipes, and even advice on how to make the transition gradually based on your current diet. I feel healthier already!
  • Great book!!! I loved it!!!

    5
    By Cesar-iTunes
    This books tells you which food should be cooked, which can or should be eaten raw, and how the cooking should be done. A good number of ailments can be positively influenced by this diet: Allergies, arthritis, asthma, back, neck, and joint pain, chronic fatigue, depression and anxiety, excessive or painful menstruation, heartburn, migraines, etc. This book is full of valuable advice and deliciou recipes. I highy recommend it.
  • A great start to Raw Food eating

    5
    By Swtmarsh
    If you are looking to change how you feel and look, then this book will get you really considering a raw food diet. Besides lots if wonderful recipes, the book outlines how you should transition. You can start out small and work your way from there. The book gives you lots of health benefits to look forward to. Whether you are wanting some raw food cooking ideas, or ready to dive in, this book should get you on your way.
  • Good informaiton and easy recipes

    4
    By Tvd126
    Does an apple day keep the doctor away? According to the Raw Foods diet book it can.  And they give you plenty of ways to enjoy that apple. The book is well worth the time to read. You will learn the the ins and outs on what it takes to be a Raw Foodie. The book suggest entering this with caution and building up to a complete lifestyle change over time. The book is easy to followand well organized. One of the drawbacks of the diet is the time prepare the foods. The time you save in cooking is used in the chopping slicing and dicing of the foods you will eat.  When in doubt refer to Tip 15 and Cut yourself some slack. The Raw Food diet is a journey, and the key in the conversion is to maintain balace in your doet until you are fully converted. Whether you convert to 100% raw or just want to mix in some raw into your currently life the book is for you.
  • Do it raw!!!!!!

    5
    By Bhargous
    Having trouble making that transition into raw foods, or maybe you are just unsure as to what the health benefits of making that switch? Well Raw Foods Cookbook answers that question and other ones you didn't even realize that you wanted to ask. Highly informative book with great recipes. A must have for anyone considering the raw food switch, and something to be considered for those not even considering it yet.
  • Raw Food Revolution

    5
    By Netgirl722
    Raw Food Cookbook and Diet is an informative book that promotes a lifestyle. For those beginning the transition to a raw food regimen, the 75 unusual recipes are definitely a good start, but the real value of this book is the history of raw food, its health benefits, and the processed-versus-raw food comparison.
  • Everthing sounds good!

    5
    By BrittanyKJA
    Great book for introducing the raw food diet and giving already knowledgeable people some refreshing options on what to make. I enjoy the creative dishes this book shows that are possible to make without actually cooking and processing the ingredients. I haven’t made anything yet, but am looking forward to doing so because everything sounds really good. The crepes are first on my list!
  • Who Would Have Thought Raw Food Was So Good?

    4
    By Lindalautrec
    The Raw Food Cookbook offers real scientific information about food, nutrition and the impact of cooking on our health. Although the book never preaches to the reader to convert to a complete raw diet, the details and recipes make this seem like a good choice!
  • Must try!

    5
    By Ann__12
    Rockridge Press always delivers when it comes to recipes that are healthy choices, simple to make, and absolutely delicious. The transition to eating raw food for a better, more healthier lifestyle is definitely reassured by this book. I'm so excited to try different recipes that allow me to eat like a vegan without depriving myself of tasty foods.
  • Yum!

    5
    By SS Dub
    This book is worth buying even just for the recipes. There are so many creative dishes, from Almond Cranberry Bread to Mushroom Nut Sausage to Orange Chia Pudding…and I can’t wait to try the brownies. I also learned more about how cooked foods differ from raw and how they affect our bodies. And the history presented about how foods started to be processed and preserved in the 1800s helps me see how processed foods are quite new and foreign to our bodies, and we will really benefit if we incorporate more raw foods into our diet.