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Healing with Raw Foods: Your Guide to Unlocking Vibrant Health Through Living Cuisine

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Did you know that blueberries are good for the heart and the brain? Were you aware that omega-3s
improve concentration? Did you have any idea that the nopal cactus helps balance blood sugar and manage
food allergies? Chef Jenny Ross has teamed up with some of the world’s leading wellness authorities—
including Dr. Daniel Amen, Dr. Michael Shannon, and Dr. Gabriel Cousens, am
Paperback, 288 pages
Published January 6th 2015 by Hay House (first published February 5th 2013)
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Healing with Raw Foods is a beautifully presented source book for those interested in eating healthier through uncooked foods. Although the book is broken down by different parts of the body to heal (e.g., brain, digestion, bones) at heart it is a cookbook by a chef with a holistic and somewhat new age approach.

The book breaks down as follows: Part 1: Getting Started (mapping a new way, the living foods kitchen, healing
Sarah Rehmatullah
Apr 23, 2015 Sarah Rehmatullah rated it really liked it
Chef Jenny Ross of 118 Degrees living foods restaurant has teamed up with Gabriel Cousens, Dr.Michael Shannon and Dr.David Amen to see exactly how raw foods will help you reach optimum health. This is the raw food book I wished was released when I started my dietary transformation. Yet,  as I look deeply into each type of food I consume, I can refine my diet according to areas of my body I wish to strengthen, rather than eating to improve my health generally. Thus, part one is aimed at ...more
Aug 05, 2015 Aimee rated it really liked it
I found a lot of good information in this book. I liked how the author broke the book down into different sections, heart health, diabetes, feeding children, etc. and explained how raw foods can help with each subject she focused on. Along with a list of the best raw foods to eat for each chapter there was also a great section of advice from the chef with tips that I got a lot out of followed by some great recipes.

I personally could not do a complete raw food diet, but I will be trying to add ma
Dec 22, 2014 Khulood rated it it was amazing
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This is a brilliant book for anyone who wants to try the raw food lifestyle. As a mostly raw vegan, I found this book to be filled with lots of helpful information and great recipes.

The recipes work equally for both people who are new to the raw lifestyle, and those who aren't. I plan to try them all -- I've already tried some and they were ah-mazing!

I highly recommend this book for anyone who wants to get healthy, feel ridiculously energetic, and help the environment.

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Kim Schiavone
Mar 16, 2015 Kim Schiavone rated it really liked it
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Part Celestine Prophecy, part scientific report and part cookbook. Jenny Ross presents a raw foods approach to eating, gives you the scientific background for it, adds her own story and affirmations and then the successful chef also gives you her own recipes that she uses in her restaurants. These recipes "heal the body by using living food to improve your immune system, digestive system", etc. Each chapter is broken down into what area of your body can be improved with a raw foods approach. Her ...more
Dec 12, 2014 Tracey rated it really liked it
What an interesting read this was. Full of great ideas for healthy living using raw foods. Its one that is going to stay on my kindle for wonderful ideas
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