The Raw Food Revolution Diet

The Raw Food Revolution Diet

Cherie Soria, Brenda Davis, Vesanto Melina

Language: English

Pages: 256

ISBN: 1570671850

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub


Discover how a raw foods diet will balance your weight naturally. This collection of recipes for imaginative, delectable, accessible and enticing cuisine is a far cry from a discipline limited to salads and sprouts. You'll be able to enjoy delicious, easy-to-prepare meals without feeling deprived. And you'll experience how raw foods can improve your health and make you feel more alive. Practical tips make it easy to choose the raw diet plan that's right for you with handy menus to get you started. A "How To" section on putting together a raw food diet that is nutritionally sound ensures that you receive the nutrients you need as you achieve your natural weight.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Greek or Chinese, you may want to stick with one of those cuisines. Alternatively, you can offer vegetarian versions of traditional favorites. Here is a menu that offers plenty of choice. You could try something similar to this, or you may prefer a more simplified version. Start with a sparkling strawberry and kiwi punch or another light beverage and a tempting appetizer, such as Hazelnut Pâté with crackers. Begin the main meal with a flavorful soup, such as Zucchini Chedda Soup and fresh bread.

boil, then cover, lower the heat, and simmer the sauce for about 1 hour. If using miso, place it in a small bowl; add about 1/2 cup (125 ml) of the sauce, stir to make a smooth paste, then stir the paste into the sauce. Slow-cooker method. Place all of the ingredients in slow-cooker. Cook on low for 6 to 8 hours or on high for about 4 hours. Variations 1. For an extra-fast sauce, use canned or precooked lentils and vegetables. Steam the carrots and broccoli for about 10 minutes. Sauté the

Make vegetable and bean stews using a variety of different vegetables such as winter squash, greens, sweet potatoes, and corn. Be creative with stir-fries. Add cashews, tofu, or seitan (wheat gluten). Add grated carrots or zucchini to muffins, cookies, and other baked goods. Use fruits in smoothies with tofu or soymilk. You can easily get three or four fruit servings in a single smoothie. Make a big fruit salad and top it with granola and yogurt (soy or dairy). Use fruits as the key

benefits. Large studies were launched by Dr. Colin Campbell of Cornell University (the China Study), by Oxford’s Dr. Tim Key, Dr. M. Thorogood, Paul Appleby, and others (the Oxford Vegetarian Study), by international groups (the EPIC study), and Seventh-day Adventist research teams (the Adventist Mortality Study and the Adventist Health Study). In prestigious medical journals, Dr. Dean Ornish presented evidence that we can actually reverse coronary artery disease through a combination of a

to try different tastes and textures. Guidelines for introducing solid foods are provided in table 10.4, and a sample menu is provide in table 10.6. There also is the Vegetarian Food Guide for Babies Twelve to Twenty-Four Months of Age. The tips below will help to make this experience a pleasant one for both you and your baby. Embark on this exciting food adventure when your baby is rested, alert, and happy. There are no hard and fast rules regarding the order of introduction for solid foods

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