A healthy raw vegan diet contains a variety of fresh fruits, vegetables, spices, seeds and nuts. There are also no processed foods in the diet, which means it would be difficult to have too much sugar, salt, or saturated fat. Because cooking certain foods reduces the nutritional value and enzymes critical for optimal metabolic function and digestion, eating them raw is ideal.
Here are 10 tips to help you transition your eating pattern to more whole uncooked plant foods.
- Try Raw Vegan Day each week
If you were to go raw vegan one day each week, which day would be easier?
- Start making raw vegan milks
- Eat raw vegan at home
- Eat one raw vegan meal each day
- Buy whole foods instead of processed foods
- Go to raw vegan restaurants
- Learn to make new raw vegan recipes
- Make sure to get a balanced raw vegan diet – fruits, veggies, nuts and seeds
- Follow raw vegan accounts on social media
- Find foods you love
Share below in the comments your favorite raw vegan meal.
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