Although a very extreme diet, quite a few people choose a raw diet. But is it really healthy?
What it means?
The raw diet does quite exactly what its name suggests: everything we consume is put on the plate without processing and cooking. A food can be said to be raw as long as its internal temperature does not exceed 40-48 degrees.
Why is it good?
In addition to a raw diet, it is often cited as an advantage that most raw materials and food lose valuable nutrients during processing and heat treatment. In contrast, if we eat them raw, we get more vitamins.
What to look for?
On the one hand, proper fluid intake is very important here as well (as in the case of any diet), and in addition, special care must be taken to ensure that the consumption of raw meat and raw fish does not cause food poisoning.
What to eat?
- Raw fruits and vegetables
- Unprocessed nuts and seeds
- Milk from walnuts
- Butter of raw walnut origin
- Sprouted / soaked legumes and grains
- Dried fruits and meats
- Cold pressed olive and coconut oil
- Fermented foods like kimchi and sauerkraut
What can’t you eat?
- Cooked fruits, vegetables, meats and cereals
- Refined sugars and flour
- Coffee and tea
- Roasted nuts and seeds
- Refined oil
- Pasteurized juices and dairy products
Source: Well&fit by wellandfit.hu.
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