Raw Food Snacks

Eating Raw

Eating Raw Food

Eating raw foods has so many amazing benefits to the system
increasing digestion, absorption and overall well being.  Plus it means your body can shed unwanted fat
because you won’t be eating as many toxins and preservatives.  Right?

So why aren’t we snacking on more raw foods hmmm?

Everyone is SO busy, busy, busy – too busy to eat healthy
(they say) well having a good stock of handy raw items in the cupboard, pantry,
fridge to stock up on and take with you for the day is the BEST and healthiest
habit to get yourself used to..

When people think raw foods I’m sure you have this image in
your head of raw meats and vegetables that you have only ever tried cooked
right?

Here is a list of Raw Snacks you can have ready to go
everyday:

  • Walnuts,
  • Almonds,
  • Pistachios,
  • Brazil nuts,
  • Any and all fruits,
  • Carrots,
  • Cucumbers,
  • Cherry tomatoes,
  • Celery,
  • Broccolini, (very yum raw)
  • Coleslaw, (without the dressing or mayonnaise)
  • Any variety of salads,

Plus you can have any variety of protein smoothie with any
raw foods added to make it extra yum eating raw foods.

Any of the above foods can be prepared quickly and stored in
little bags or plastic containers handy to have at your desk, in the car, or wherever
you might be waiting for someone, something to finish.

Raw foods are much better to snack on because they are
packed full of nutrients – great for fibre cleansing purposes (fibre is fat
burning) and helps you avoid buying something from the coffee shop or the
takeaway on the way home.   Even just trying to incorporate two raw food snacks
a day into your diet can do wonders for your health.

Check out the Raw Food Diet here which can really explain
the benefits of eating raw as well as a complete program and recipe manual to
go with it.  It’s amazing what you can do
with Raw Foods.

Think Healthy

Charlie G Hunter

The Healthy Life Coach

Tools
Thursday, 15 April 2010

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