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Demystify the Raw Food Diet with these Books

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Whether you are already set on going raw or still doing your research these books are great resources to help you make understand the diet. Find recipe suggestions and advice to make this diet work for you!

The Raw Food Diet by Christine Bailey

This product was recommended by Ali Rizvi from Dream Superhero

With more than 100 delicious, nutritious, and uncomplicated recipes to choose from, The Raw Food Diet will get you slimmer, fitter, and healthier fast!

The How Not to Die Cookbook by Michael Greger

This product was recommended by Osama from Outfitrs

Fabulous book full of information and recipes I wish I had known about 50 years ago. This book has helped me convert to wholefood, plant-based eating.

Live Raw by Mimi Kirk

This product was recommended by Linda Morgan from MotivationNook

This amazing book covers over 120 recipes and covers all aspects of the raw food diet. It covers warm drinks, condiments, and spices. It also includes a variety of different dishes to ensure your palette won’t get bored while on a raw food diet. Just because you’re on a raw food diet doesn’t mean you have to give up your favorite foods like pancakes!

The Raw Food Detox Diet by Natalia Rose

This product was recommended by Ali Ubaid Ul Hassan from Decrum

A complete guide for health and weight loss plan through food. It helps you to get fit.

Eat Raw, Eat Well by Douglas McNish

This product was recommended by M. Ammar Shahid from SuperHeroCorp

There are several books available on a raw diet but all of those lack delicious recipes. Surprisingly, this book contains 400 nutrition filled mouthwatering recipes that would not leave you to seek other options.

The Fully Raw Diet by Kristina Carrillo-Bucaram

This product was recommended by Stephanie Mantilla from Mommysaurus

Kristina has been eating raw for many years and is well-known from her raw vegan YouTube channel. Her book is a 21-day plan with over 75 delicious raw food recipes. What I like most about her book is that it’s more than just recipes, its an entire lifestyle plan with tips for making raw veganism work for you.

12 Steps to Raw Foods by Victoria Boutenko

This product was recommended by Nadia McDannels from Berry Abundant Life

12 Steps To Raw Foods’ by Victoria Boutenko is great to have in your arsenal when journeying into the incredible world of raw foods. Victoria Boutenko is a true raw expert, and has written many books on the benefits of raw fruits and veggies and how to get started. In ’12 Steps To Raw Foods’, Boutenko studies the biological and psychological sides of our eating habits, including why so many of us overeat, constantly make poor choices when it comes to our health and why we find it so tough to lose excess weight. And she doesn’t just discuss these ideas; she backs up her points with scientific health research, while also discussing what we can do to turn these negative choices into positive ones.

Everyday Raw by Matthew Kenney

This product was recommended by Barbara Nevers from NeoLittle

A somewhat misleading title, Everyday Raw provides some great, excited, albeit detailed recipes that break free of the typical, sometimes bland dishes you find in other books. This book provides great information whether you are a die-hard raw eater or someone who enjoys a raw meal a few times a week. In addition, the photos are great and it’s enjoyable just to casually leaf through.


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