Raw Food Cleanse Paperback – 4 Feb 2010
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About the Author
Penni Shelton is the food editor for RawFu magazine and director of the blog Real Food Tulsa.
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I am at the stage in my foray into the living food lifestyle where I am absorbing all I can about this way of eating - I guess as much as anything I was looking to be convinced about the merits of this way of eating and to have responses to give to the inevitable quizzing from friends & family - this book has a good common sense approach and has been invaluable.
So far, so good - have lost some weight and have noticed my skin is in better condition. The book has good info re: where do you get protein from with a raw food diet - hemp & chia seeds apparently have the most complete protein of any foodstuffs including meat/fish/legumes!
All-in-all I would buy this book if you are new to raw and you want to try it to see if it is for you - the short detox programmes are a great intro :-)
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This book is organized around 3, 7, 14 and 28 day cleanses. But in this case, a "cleanse" is neither harsh nor strict with so many raw food recipes. The recipes are easy to follow and the dishes are visually stunning and delicious.
I really enjoyed the real life stories of people who've already done this program. They're genuine and open in telling about the changes that have happened in their health and their lives after following this way of eating and living.
I would highly recommend this book to anyone interested in a genuine and uncomplicated introduction to the amazing health benefits a raw food lifestyle can help create.