Get back to Nature Food

 

The International Raw Food day was celebrated yesterday on July 11th is an attempt to spread awareness about the benefits of eating raw food for good health. The 21st century has seen a rapid increase in the trend of fast food and other processed foods that have led to the increase in obesity levels and other non-communicable diseases like cardiovascular diseases, cancer, diabetes, hypertension, etc. In the wake of such trends catching up, health experts point at the emergent need to go back to the basics, to turn to nature and turn to into a raw food enthusiast.


Nutritionists suggest that a minimum of three-quarters of a person's diet should consist of uncooked food. The higher the proportion of raw foods in our diet, the healthier we will be. Why is raw food beneficial for one's health? Experts and researchers in the field of health and nutrition have long stood by the benefits of raw food consumption. It is believed that just a little raw food in your diet can do wonders to your health. Raw food consumption can be an ideal way to get your daily quota of five portions of fruit and vegetables. It can help you get rid of stress, energizing your mind and body. Raw foods are full of essential nutrients, enzymes, vitamins and minerals, which are usually lost when processed or cooked. Not only this, raw foods are tad low on calories, they can help you maintain healthy skin, lustrous hair, better eyesight and can also help you boost your immunity and shed weight.  Forget your cola and junk and get down to some serious raw food cooking!

 

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