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The SimplyRaw Living Foods Detox Manual

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The modern world is a toxic place, and we've all become less healthy because of it, whether it is from the air that we breathe or the foods that we eat. Natasha Kyssa is a raw foods chef and lifestyle coach, and her company SimplyRaw helps people improve their health and well-being by integrating simple, natural-based guidelines into their current lifestyles. This informat ...more
ebook, 192 pages
Published April 1st 2009 by Arsenal Pulp Press
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Which should I do first, save my butt or save the planet? The SimplyRaw Living Foods Detox Manual contains much useful information, but it appears that any local food aspirations may conflict with many of the program's staples. Some recipes incorporate avocados, bananas, and papayas. The modern world that poisons us also includes the technology that permits year-round tropical fruits.

SimplyRaw is a company that assists people in improving health and well-being. Natasha Kyssa, a raw foods cook an
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Mar 10, 2012 Deb rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
*Simply wonderful*


SimplyRaw does a SimplyWonderful job in first explaining how a raw food lifestyle is conducive to optimal health and then in showing how to adopt key elements of this lifestyle. Informative, engaging, and down-to-earth, SimplyRaw demystifies what raw food living is all about. Although the focus of the book is on the 28-day detox program, there's much to be had even if you decide not to do the detox---including a great overview of the benefits of raw food, and 135 practical, sim
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Annette
This is a great book. The author has a interesting history leading up to her present diet. She really covers the nuts and bolts of detoxing and adds in many inexpensive ways to do that on a ongoing basis. The Dulse Tapenade recipe is the best.:o) The Fuss-free carrot cake is not.:o( For raw carrot cake refer to Penni Shelton's The Raw Food Cleanse. The SimplyRaw Living Foods Detox Manual is packed with great info and definitely worth the read.
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