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Eat More Raw – Recipes Good For Your Health And Body Weight

Eat More Raw To Increase Your Nutrition Intake

Why eat more raw?

The base of a raw vegan diet is the consumption of fruits and vegetables, dried fruits, nuts, seeds, germs, and sprouts. A healthy vegan diet consists of mostly unprocessed, “whole” plant foods. The more natural and wholesome we eat, the better. Because every processing step can change, reduce or completely degrade valuable ingredients of food such as vitamins, minerals, and phytonutrients. With processing, the nutrient density decreases and the energy or caloric density of the food increases.

Eat more raw and get creative – uncooked recipes and new preparation options

Instead of cooking pots, pans and casserole dishes you use mainly dehydrators, blenders, and mixers. With a blender, for example, prepare raw food cookies and even cakes.

An easy way to eat more raw and integrate it into your diet is smoothies which are easily digestible by pureeing. A meal can be replaced with a smoothie, for example, breakfast or lunch. But also as an energy source for in between, Creativity knows no limits.

Eat more raw, fresh Salads, which you combine with cold-pressed oil, vinegar, and herbs, are among the classics of the raw food dishes. To integrate even more raw food into your diet, you can also use dried fruits, vegetables, and nuts instead of chips and other nibbling stuff.

For many, it is also important to consume fruit and vegetables of the season. It is not only cheaper but also much more sustainable.

To enrich your diet and eat more raw, you should increase the fresh content due to the fiber better step by step, so as not to overburden the digestive system.

Reasons to eat more raw

The reasons for a raw vegan diet are primarily health reasons. The opinion is that food that has not been heated and hardly processed can reduce or eliminate allergies and food intolerances. Also, the unheated food is generally intended to promote a healthy, lean and fit body.

How much raw food should you eat?

There is no strict requirement between raw food and cooked food. It would be desirable to have a raw food content of about 50 percent or between 1/3 and 2/3. Depending on various factors, you can choose how much raw food you integrate into your diet, such as your personal preference and wellbeing as well as the availability of fresh, regional and seasonal food.

Here are recipes to inspire you to eat more raw

Eat More Raw – Recipes Good For Your Health And Body Weight

Portobello Mushroom Cashew Cheese Burgers

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If you think these look good, they taste even better than they look. If you think they look weird, they still taste better than they look… (in this case, much better?) I ate them all by myself Recipe: thisrawsomeveganlife.com

Alfredo Sauce with Zucchini Noodles

This recipe is different because it’s super easy and doesn’t require a whole lot of fancy equipment or ingredients (unless you don’t normally use miso paste and nutritional yeast – and they’re both optional anyway). Recipe: vegangela.com

Sprouts Pad Thai with a Spicy Peanut Sauce

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This Raw Super Sprouts Pad Thai with Spicy Peanut Sauce—say that three times fast—is a cold dish, because the spicy peanut sauce will warm you up. Recipe: veganosity.com

RAW RAINBOW WRAPS WITH GINGER TAHINI DRESSING

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Sometimes it is just too dang hot to cook much of anything!!  Those hot days are particularly perfect for these Raw Rainbow Wraps with Ginger Tahini Dressing!!  No cooking required Recipe: thewoodenskillet

Raw Zucchini Bread

This raw zucchini bread can be sliced thin for sandwiches, used open face for crostini or avocado toast.  Many options with it and it’s recipe-friendly.

Raw Colour Wheel Wraps

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Here, we combined maki-sushi rolling techniques with our favorite spicy Thai wrap recipe. The result was a flavourful and striking dish. This particular rolling technique is called Rokusha or color wheel, a very appropriate title.

Raw Mango Coconut Basil Wraps 

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This was so simple and pretty easy and was THE BEST raw wrap I’ve ever had.  I lined my wraps with my turmeric sauce and julienned cucumber and carrot, sliced green onions, fresh lettuce, and a couple slices of avocado.

Good And Green

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Get creative. Try different leafy greens. Learn ways to love their flavour and their texture. As much as I adore kale I leave space in my heart and my diet for spinach, collards, sprouts, cilantro, chard, watercress, arugula….etc

Asian Cucumber Sesame Salad

This Asian Cucumber Salad is my celebratory ‘Spring is coming!’ recipe. *Here Comes the Sun plays softly in the background*

Spinach Pesto Veggie Pizza

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Raw pizza with garlic & seed crust, spinach pesto and marinated veggies: makes four small pizzas

Chocolate peanut butter cream pie

this is ALMOST raw… 🙂 i don’t mind the tofu. it’s worth it. you know i’m a chocoholic and that i firmly believe chocolate and peanut butter are the greatest of friends and should spend as much time together as possible. so this hopefully explains itself.

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If you need help with losing weight and keeping on track, the Bright Line Eating program is a great program to support. It is based on cutting edge psychology and neuroscience. Susan Peirce Thompson, Ph.D. It is focused on establishing healthier eating habits and is also compatible with a vegan diet.