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Stop cooking your foods! Increasing the RAW FOOD in your diet can greatly improve your health! Food ENZYMES are important to your health. Let's share info, tips, sources, url's, recipes and personal experiences with eating more RAW FOOD.

This group is here to support people wanting to learn how to eat a Healthy Raw Food Diet. Just because something is raw doesn't necessarily mean it is the best thing for us. This group supports a Vegan Raw Food Diet. Please don't come here trying to promote other diets.

This is a friendly group of people. We welcome debate, but do it without name calling and anger in the posts. Negative posts and posters will be banned.

You are also welcome to share your experiences with NATURAL HYGIENE. Animals in the wild live according to their instinct and the laws of nature. They live their lives without getting cancer, heart disease, stroke and the other diseases of so-called "civilization." No animal in the wild takes supplements. They just eat the foods they are biologically adapted to.

Natural Hygiene is a study of nature and of health. So come and share your experiences of nature in action. We can also discuss the writings of authors in the raw food movement including Dr. Herbert Shelton, Dr. Douglas Graham, David Wolfe, Dr. Gabriel Cousens and so on.

NEW MEMBERS PLEASE NOTE: Your initial posts will be moderated so please wait for your message to go up. Also please try to trim your posts on all replys to the group. You should be receiving a file on that. It is in the files section of the group.

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  • 5192
  • Vegetarians
  • Oct 7, 1998
  • English

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