Boost Your Energy, Decrease Your Weight, Eat More Raw Foods Daily

Raw Food’s Nutritional Value is top of the line when it comes to weight loss, nutrition, and digestibility!

And . . . Green vegetables are nutrient dense, water rich, and naturally low in calories.

You might agree on an intellectual level that eating raw foods is a good idea and will nourish your body better than cooked processed foods.

But does the thought of abandoning a lifetime of eating habits for the sake of what seems like a good idea seem like more than you can do?

For many it is. So don’t!

Don’t think of restricting yourself to “rabbit food”.

That’s silly and the surest way to guarantee you won’t even give raw foods nutrition a fighting chance.

Weight loss will not be overnight, neither will be lifestyle change. Mistakes will be made. Adjustments will be sometimes difficult.

But, do “Everything in moderation”, and we think that applies to even the healthiest notions. It’s guaranteed not healthy if you won’t do it!

Don’t think of trying a raw foods diet as taking anything AWAY. Try adding more raw foods in.

We think if you add in things like raw vegetables, sprouts, fruits and juices gradually, you won’t be as hungry. When you’re not hungry, you won’t be as apt to give into impulsive eating, or cravings.

If you want that steak, or even a McDonald’s hamburger, plan for it and enjoy it. Once you start eating raw foods though, and notice how good you feel and how much more energy you have, that hamburger just won’t look as good to you. This is a fact. We have seen this time after time.

You do want to be sure though, that you’re getting enough of the right kinds of nutrition. Eating raw foods doesn’t mean eating only the raw foods you like. Watermelon is good for you, but it’s not enough. It is the same with most foods.

You’ll need to do a little research into which raw foods have the essential proteins, or what combinations of food you need to eat to get enough protein. Or just add in some meats and fish from time to time and ensure that you get the nutrients you need.

Raw food eating is intended to nourish your body, but just being raw isn’t enough. You want to do this to be in balance, and you need to balance the raw foods you’re eating with cooked whole foods for proper nutrition.

One way to ensure that you are getting enough nutrients and lots of variety is to incorporate a new vegetable every week. Buy something you have never heard of, like a “leek”, or “swiss chard.” Try something different with it.

You will find a whole new world of tastes and textures open up to you. You will find you have more energy and better health because of it. Go for it, try adding more raw foods to your diet and see the difference it makes to your day.

In fact eating raw foods is simpler now with the popularity of “Green Smoothies”. Just Google the terms and hundreds of delicious, healthy green smoothie recipes will be yours.

OMG! What would happen if your life energy went through the roof? How much fun would that be? No more tiredness half way through the day.

All of your goals would be realized that much sooner . . .

Add more raw, water rich, nutrient dense vegetables into your day and see what happens.