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Raw Food

Raw Food

Raw Food In History

The History of Raw Foods Movement

In the late 18th century and well into the 19th century, the monks and nuns of France and Germany employed raw-food-eating and fasting to gain greater physical and spiritual health. These benefits became evident to the aristocracy of Europe who then went on retreats in order to attain the same benefits of living food. By the late 19th century leaders such as Arnold Ehret, with his mucous less diet system, taught the ways of raw-food-eating to the general public. By the early 20th century his work was being accepted among some other innovative thinkers.

Why Raw Food

Why do we want to eat only raw food without mixing ingredients in the
ideal state?

The base of the ideal health and longevity of a person consists of 2 main bases: the bacterial micro flora and its acid-alkaline base balance (pH)..Human bacterial micro flora is ~ 6Lb, or 100 trillion bacterial cells of microorganisms (bacteria) inhabiting our intestines that feed on PLANT fiber, and in response synthesize ANY vitamins and amino acids (including irreplaceable) + fight against enemy bacteria and parasites. in short, every way strengthen and protect our body = live with it in symbiosis.Dried fruits have been consumed historically due to their high sugar content and sweet taste, and a longer shelf-life from drying. Fruits are often observed differently when dried.k

Dehydrated Food is a method of food preservation in which food is dried (Low temperature (105F-107F) dehydrated or desiccated). Drying inhibits the growth of bacteria, yeasts, and mold through the removal of water. Dehydration has been used widely for this purpose since ancient times Water is traditionally removed through evaporation (air drying, sun drying, or wind drying), although modern electric food dehydrators can be used to speed the drying process and ensure more consistent results.

Dried fruits have been consumed historically due to their high sugar content and sweet taste, and a longer shelf-life from drying. Fruits are often observed differently when dried.k