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Why Eat A Raw Food Plant-Based Diet? 

Conscious eating at Kaliyoga

Why Eat A Raw Food Plant-Based Diet?

A diet high in fresh, living, organic, plant-based foods contain the following nutrients:

  • Essential Amino and Fatty Acid
  • Enzymes
  • Vitamins
  • Minerals
  • Phytonutrients
  • Protein
  • Antioxidant
  • Fibre

These are all provided by our food and they are involved in the growth, repair and maintenance of the body. They help with detoxification, they increase energy, they build strong immunity and they can even prevent disease. This way of eating is loaded with electrons and energy, whereas cooked and processed foods decrease some of the vital nutrients your body needs to thrive.

Food affects the Body, Mind and Spirit.

A plant-based diet can create a positive, happy and healthy mental state. It also helps you to connect with nature and the spirit of all living beings.

When we eat plants, we absorb the vibration of light energy. This helps us to have a clearer mind, to elevate our awareness and potential and take us to the next level of spiritual evolution.

Particular energies exist within each food that affects our physical functioning, the nature of our thoughts, and even the expansion of our consciousness.

Eating foods of high vibration raises your vibration!

The raw food diet is an alkaline diet, which helps create balance within our bodies by facilitating the uptake and the utilisation of nutrients and oxygen from the blood. It can also the release of waste products from the cells and many other processes on the cellular level including bone mineralisation. Keeping the correct pH balance in the body is critical to enjoying good health.

The benefits of following a raw foods diet are:

  • Improved skin appearance
  • Improved digestion
  • The reduction of disease, as well as many other health-debilitating ailments

Furthermore, a raw foods diet usually involves less packaging and less waste of energy sources for cooking, thus making them the near-perfect solution for eco-friendly eating.

Written by Alessandra Giannandrea – Nutritionist at Kaliyoga in Puglia, Italy.G

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