Chemo will Kill you

What the 'professionals' won't tell you...


The importance of living raw foods for health

Introduction

Why Raw Food?

"Because from thirty to eighty-five percent of the nutrition in foods is destroyed in cooking. That is an average fifty percent loss! Fresh, raw foods contain the
highest level of enzymes. Enzymes are the catalyst for the hundreds of thousands
of chemical reactions that occur throughout the body. Cooked foods and dry
convenient diets have been denatured and are devoid of enzymes - life-promoting
elements. While they may maintain life they do not promote optimum health or
longevity!"
Alicia McWatters, Ph.D., C.N.C.
To quote an example of the “healing power” of certain raw foods, chlorophyll from wheatgrass contains an
ingredient called abscissic acid, which kills many cancer cells immediately on
contact.

To learn about one effective health-promoting lifestyle based on eating a largely raw-foods organic diet and living in unspoiled nature, read J.I. Rodale’s The
Healthy Hunzas: a nation of c. 20,000 people (1938) living in a secluded valley
of the Himalayas who knew no cancer, heart or other degenerative disease before
the advent of Western civilization: www.soilandhealth.org. Click on ”Go to the
Health Library” and then ”Longevity”. Further information on the Hunzas’
formerly cancer-free life can be found in ”Death Rides a Slow Bus in Hunza-How
would you like to live in a land where cancer has not yet been invented?” at
alkalizeforhealth.net/Lhunzadiet2.htm.

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Comment by Freelee on November 26, 2010 at 20:16
Great info! I don't know where I would be without the raw food lifestyle! My health and appearance has improved so much :)
Comment by The Nut Lady on November 27, 2010 at 19:58
Thanks Freelee
If only we could all follow your excellent example. We would be so much healthier

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