I read a lot of alternative health news letters and some of them just make me cringe. We all talk about things we really don’t have the first clue about. And that seems so wrong because people are relying on you for their health.
And I can tell when a title is being alarmist for marketing purposes. And it just seems so unfair to grab your attention like that.
So I have been examining my own practices to see if I really feel okay about what I’m doing marketing these raw food programs.
I really like sharing my insights and my experiences rather than stating facts that I may have heard but don’t really have the scientific background to know whether they are true or not.
I love marketing my programs (http://21daysRaw.com) because they actually have helped so many people to release weight and feel better.
They have even helped people who had been raw for a while and were not thriving on the diet.
I’m not saying this raw diet is the best diet for everyone all the time. But I don’t feel like it could ever hurt to try this raw diet for three or four weeks and there are numerous benefits to doing so.
I do have some ideas about why the raw vegan diet works so well. I have some theories. They’re just my own crack-pot theories. But some things are common sense. And some things are proven science; the toxins that are formed in foods during cooking.
But is that why the raw diet works? There have not been many studies on this. I’d love to get a food science degree and go into research on this topic.
Although I don’t know why it works, I do believe that the raw vegan diet works phenomenally well for weight loss and improving health, having experienced tremendous benefits and healing myself and seeing a great many success stories in my work in the field over the last 23 years. (http://thegardendiet.com/testimonials-gorawprograms.html).
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