raw foodist


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raw food·ist

(fo͞o′dĭst)
n.
One who eats a diet made up primarily or wholly of uncooked vegetables, fruits, seeds, and nuts.

raw food′ism n.
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For raw foodist and healing practitioner Pi Villaraza, chief executive officer of IASIS Wholeness Center in Angat, Bulacan, people have been missing the true essence of living in a bid to get everything done all at once, and be ahead of everyone else.
Alison Andrews, raw foodist and founder of Dubai-based raw food website lovingitraw.com, tells us that when you consume 75 per cent or more raw food, it is generally considered a raw diet.
Happy, a Somerset-based company established by raw foodist Andrew Davis, is launching delicious, healthy kale crisps that are not only 100 percent natural and raw, but also wheat, dairy, nut, gluten and GM free.
Dubai-based raw foodist Cyntha Gonzalez sees it as a sign of the times.
Saturday titled "Introduction to the Living Foods Lifestyle." Myhra, a raw foodist, will give the talk on the second floor of the Market of Choice at 29th Avenue and Willamette Street.
An essential tool for the raw kitchen is a good blender because "it's a raw foodist's stove."
But what's even more noteworthy for the celebrated raw foodist, given her family history, is that she's alive.
Erini is also a raw foodist, which means she has gone for months without using her oven.
Kate Wood resides in England and has been a committed raw foodist since 1993.
While everyone may not become a vegetarian, vegan or raw foodist, it is important to make sensible and healthy food choices.
While Government advice is to eat five portions of fruit and veg a day and you can count veg in a stew as a portion, a raw foodist believes that heating food destroys the enzymes that help us digest and absorb the vital vitamins and minerals they contain.