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Introduction to Raw Food Explained

Fresh uncooked foods will supply the body with a superabundance of all the food factors we require and with all the vitamins, known and unknown. Cooking foods diminishes nutritional support.Food consists of those substances which are useful in building the body (as in growth), in the healing and reparative processes which sustain life, and finally, as a source of sufficient energy for the performance of metabolic purposes, and for fuel to maintain body temperature. Seven million new blood cells must be produced every second we live. The material from which these must be manufactured is food.

Optimum nutrition can be obtained when the food eaten is optimum in all nutrient values. These food values are optimum in freshly-picked, organically-grown, ripe fruits and vegetables and eaten uncooked and as soon after picking as possible. These freshly-picked whole foods are rich in all food factors properly proportioned as designed by nature’s wonderful food factories, the living plants.The materials below are based on the Philosophy, Principles and Practices of Natural Hygiene and were originally published as a course consisting of 106 lessons called The Life Science Health
System
by T.C. Fry.
  • Part I – Diabetes Mellitus
  • Part II – Diabetes Insipidus
  • Part III – Hypoglycemia
  • Part I
  • Part II
  • Part III
  • Part IV
  • Part V
  • Part VI
  • Part VII

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