Average Weight Loss: 1 to 2 pounds a week
Type of Diet: Diet of fruits, vegetables and other raw foods
This diet may be unsafe for certain individuals.*
About The Diet
The raw food diet is about eating food that hasn’t been cooked above 110 degrees.
The diet very rich in fruits, vegetables and nuts.
The idea for eating food that is raw is that cooked food loses some of the nutrients.
Those who follow this diet refer to it as more of a lifestyle than a diet.
If you like eating a lot of raw fruits and vegetables and nuts instead of meat, this diet might appeal to you, however, this generally not considered a well-balanced diet and lacks in many important nutrients so you may want to consult with your doctor or a registered dietitian before attempting this diet.
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The Raw Food Detox Diet: The Five-Step Plan for Vibrant Health and Maximum Weight Loss
By Natalia Rose
Natalia Rose’s proven program will set you on a course toward greater energy, a slimmer figure, a radiant complexion, and amazing natural health—whether you aim to lead an all-raw lifestyle or simply want to lose weight while still eating the foods you love. The book also features more than eighty irresistibly fresh and simple gourmet recipes for all meals, occasions, and Raw Food Detox Diet levels.
Because of the low vitamin D, iron, zine, and vitamin B-12, you should talk to your doctor before trying a raw food diet.