The Raw Food Detox Diet


The Raw Food Detox Diet: The Five-Step Plan for Vibrant Health and Maximum Weight Loss by Natalie Rose.
Can The Raw Food Detox Diet really help you detox? Is The Raw Food Detox Diet a responsible book or does it call for the use of potentially unhealthy detoxes similar to the ones found in popular fad detox diets? The Raw Food Detox Diet is a book for those who are thinking about switching to a raw food diet, but maybe a little afraid to take the first step or simply do not know where to start. Oh, and do not worry, it does not promote irresponsible dieting practices.
According to The Raw Food Detox Diet, it is not a good idea to make a sudden switch from eating meat and other cooked foods to eating raw foods only. Your body needs time to adjust, and that is where The Raw Food Detox Diet comes in. It provides a detailed, easy to follow and understand guide that explains how to make a smooth transition from your current diet to a raw food detox diet.
What about those who are already familiar with the basics of a raw food detox diet? They will find plenty of useful information as well. Overall, I like the book. However, its weight loss claims make me a little uncomfortable, but it is true that most people who make a switch to a raw food detox diet lose weight.
They lose weight not because of some mysterious powers of raw foods to burn body fat, but because the total daily calorie intake is usually lower when you eat raw vegetables and fruits. Why? Because vegetables and fruits consist of carbohydrates. 1 gram of carbohydrate equals 4 calories, but 1 gram of animal fat equals 9 calories, so if you cut out animal fats from your diet, there is a good chance that your total calorie intake will be reduced as well.

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