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The Raw Food Detox Diet: The Five-Step Plan for Vibrant Health and Maximum Weight Loss (Raw Food Series)

by on 06/08/2015

Why you’re going to love The Raw Food Detox Diet

You will . . .

  • never count calories, fat grams, or carb grams, or measure foods again;
  • see results even without deliberate exercise;
  • eat liberal amounts of rich, satisfying foods; and
  • open the flood gates for improvements in every area of your life.

Natalia Rose’s proven program will set you on a course toward greater energy, a slimmer figure, a radiant complexion, and amazing natural health—whether you aim to lead an all-raw lifestyle or simply want to lose weight while still eating the foods you love. The book also features more than eighty irresistibly fresh and simple gourmet recipes for all meals, occasions, and Raw Food Detox Diet levels, including

  • mouthwatering salad dressings such as Liquid Gold Elixir and Amazing Raw “Peanut” Sauce;
  • sumptuous soups such as Raw Harvest Butternut and Coconut Soup;
  • cleansing pasta and lasagna dishes and delicious, guilt-free pizzas;
  • Thai delights such as Spring-in-Your-Step Rolls with Raw Teriyaki Sauce;
  • decadent desserts such as Cheesecake Pudding and Raw Cinnamon Apple-Pear Pie; and
  • Raw Ice Creams and Sherbets.

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2 thoughts on “The Raw Food Detox Diet: The Five-Step Plan for Vibrant Health and Maximum Weight Loss (Raw Food Series)

  1. Diana Faillace Von Behren "reneofc" says:

    A Fresh Approach — Waste = Weight If you are intrigued by the current trend of eating real food, want to take this concept to the next level but are skeptical as to how to implement the raw food lifestyle on a practical everyday basis, pick up a copy of Natalia Rose’s “The Raw Food Detox Diet, for a fast and fun introduction that does not require a cold turkey approach to eliminating cooked foods.Rose is in agreement with French dieting guru Michel Montignac on her definition of what constitutes a “legal” food on…

  2. Joanna Daneman says:

    Great raw food recipes, some notable lapses This is a helpful book to improve your diet. The author stresses vegetables and low starch and refined foods. The science is “iffy”–I’d charitably call it empirical at best. For example, nuts and dried fruits are classed together as fats and I wasn’t aware dried fruit had anything but a concentration of fructose and fiber…fat? No. But then, alcohol is said to be metabolized like fat, so perhaps, again, empirically, there is something to be said for this idea.The author…