Saturday, January 8, 2011


You've probably heard a lot about the importance of raw food diet. Raw food diet consists primarily of raw, unprocessed fruits, vegetables, cabbage, seaweed, nuts and fruit juices. This is a vegetarian diet, but she rejects any animal products. Its basic principle is that cooking and processing to remove most of the essential vitamins, enzymes and nutrients that our bodies evolved to thrive on.

Fruitarian, as the word implies, eat primarily fruits, nuts and cereals as well. It eats only fruit diet also includes foods like tomatoes or avocados, which are fruits.
Nutritious and fresh fruit for your health. Do not block the arteries of the vital body, better yet, in reality, the heat and remove. Fruit diet helps our body and spirit, according to the general illumination of our planetary vibration rate which many higher sources tell us it is now.

You should eat if you choose carefully because it eats only fruit diet may be more difficult to obtain significant enough protein in your diet. It eats only fruit to eat, nothing has been killed or kidnapped. It replaces the meat, dairy products, plants and thousands of fruit and nut mix on the planet. For example, eating only fruit you can eat a sandwich of avocado, coconut milk shake or ice cream with coconut milk and pure meat with vegetables, burgers, vegetarian pasta with lentils or beans or tofu, corn Sakkotash, Limas , peas and tomatoes, sweets made with pure maple syrup or date sugar, pecan pies made with fruit sugar, fruit cocktail of a mix of orange and banana, pear, peach, pomegranate, papaya, and plums . Pizza with tofu, tomato and pepper (no peppers), salad with tomatoes, cucumbers, green peppers and red (but not lettuce, cabbage, or celery), nut oil, almonds, such as butter or tahini, hummus chickpea paste} {. In other words, those who eat only fruit you can eat fruits, 99.9% of the time, but from time to time, the delights of other food products.

1 comment:

Umm Mymoonah said...

Mashallah, I love all your blogs sister. You have lots of healthy information and nice articles. Keep up the good work.

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