At least one third of your food should be uncooked
Valuable and sensitive micro-nutrients are damaged when you heat foods. Cooking and processing food can destroy these micro-nutrients by altering their shape and chemical composition. In fact, malnutrition — nutrient deficiencies — from consuming a highly processed diet is one reason why many people cannot lose weight, because it leads to overeating. If you’re consistently feeling hungry, you’re likely not getting sufficient amounts of the nutrients your body needs to thrive.
On a more holistic note, you also need the live “sun energy” available only in raw, uncooked foods for optimal health. One of our ultimate biological nutrients is in fact sunlight, which you can absorb not only through your skin, but also through your food, where it is stored in the form of ‘bio-photons’.
Bio-photons contain important bio-information, which controls complex vital processes in your body. The bio-photons have the power to order and regulate all cells within the body, and, in doing so, to elevate your physical body to a higher oscillation. This is manifested as a feeling of vibrant vitality and well-being.
Every living organism emits bio-photons, and it is thought that the higher the level of light energy a cell emits, the greater its vitality and the potential for the transfer of that energy to the individual who consumes it. The more light a food is able to store, such as organically-grown fresh vegetables, nuts etc, the more nutritious it is.
Eating raw can be made simple, through the adding of snacks and meals that uses raw products. This can be done for example by adding more salad and raw veg options in you lunch meals at work, nuts and seeds for snack time, along with crunchy veg. It is an easy way to ensure you are giving your body many of the vitamins and minerals it needs to thrive and be healthy, plus lots more!