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One of the benefits of the raw food diet...
that Aajonus has spelled out for us in his two books [We Want To Live: the Primal Diet and The Recipe for Living Without Disease] has to do with weight gain and weight loss.
When Recommending a Raw Food Health Plan
Aajonus puts a person's health as the top priority when recommending a raw food health plan for that individual. There is a page in The Recipe for Living Without Disease that details a raw food weight loss diet however my observation is that this is not the first thing Aajonus recommends for someone starting a raw food diet.
The Recipe for Removing Deep-Tissue Toxicity
In reviewing the raw food meal plans and what Aajonus says in Chapter 12 “An Optimal Diet”, I realize he states very specific recommendations under the heading of The Recipe for Removing Deep-Tissue Toxicity. I can not say it any better than he does, so simply refer you to the book.
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Marilyn B. –
I recommend you read the Recipe for Living Without Disease.
This second book written by Aajonus has more specific references to medical sources for his opinion or information. He also had several treatises on bacteria and their benefits, as well as a number of other subjects. There are sections on different foods and their benefits, as well as two menu suggestions. And, of course, a lot of recipes.
I think you could get some good information from it. It is similar to the middle section of the We Want to Live book, where he talks about truly raw and what that is, and about cooked vegetables and how they can affect you, and why. Each color of vegetable, red, yellow, green, when cooked can cause certain symptoms in people who cannot digest them properly (many or most of us!).
Honey should not be heated above 93 degrees. Anything else that is warmed up should be warmed in a hot water bath off of a heating element in which you can keep your hand immersed for a full four seconds.
Try making a sauce you like with tomatoes, uncooked, blended, to mix with some uncooked meat, and just try it. Or something else as a sauce, like honey mustard (from the Amish). Sauces made with fresh herbs can supply a lot of good minerals and phyto chemicals that are good for our bodies.
I like onions and butter with ground bison. Ideally you can blend your onions in a tiny bit of water, and warm it up, just warm enough to melt butter. You then put the butter in. If you have let the butter and meat reach room temperature first, it should be enough heat left to still have a warm meal.
— Marilyn B. Tujunga, California
Kyle Obermeier –
Best book EVER, even more important than we want to live.
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