Are All Raw Foods Created Equal? Interview with Raw Food Expert

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Raw Foodist & IridologistDid you ever have a bad reaction to eating a supposedly healthy, raw food dish?

Check out what raw foodist Jennifer Thompson has to say in this video.

There is also a really interesting part about how she can read your health by looking into your eyes.

It is called Iridology.

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Part 4 Interview With Raw Foodist
& Iridologist Jennifer Thompson, Ep271

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Sometimes you just don’t know what all the ingredients are when you get a dish at a restaurant. The thing to be careful of is the sauces and dressings. Sometimes there are questionable ingredients.
Especially be careful of stuff that tastes too salty.
It may be a good idea to question the waitress or chef about the ingredients. There may be chemical additives lurking even in so called “healthy” food.

In the next couple of days, I am going to start a rejuvenating raw food cleanse. Part of the program involves drinking Iaso tea to detox my body from the inside out.
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3 thoughts on “Are All Raw Foods Created Equal? Interview with Raw Food Expert

  • August 3, 2010 at 9:59 pm
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    There are wonderful people in the RAW food world, but there are people who need to be educated much better about health and healthy foods, including what is really RAW. I have purchased RAW prepared foods and have been shocked as to the massive amounts of sodium added (like 900mg a serving); honestly! this sodium masks the health of the food.

    RAW foods do not need excessive amounts of sodium (which is not healthy even when its’ RAW) and i believe (uh-oh!!) many raw foods are prepared with overstimulating ingredients. I started out in NATURAL HYGIENE, we would not even think of adding ingredients like sodium (such as natural soy sauce/Bragg’s–although it is not raw) (except maybe from spinach, tomato, or celery), garlic, onions, too many spices, raw chocolate, hot pepper, wasabi, etcetera to a recipe. These are all incredibly overstimulating to the digestive system and to the palate!. However everyone makes their own choice as to what is “healthy” and eat for their own palate. I believe we are supposed to “taste” food in its’ natural form as simply as possible.
    namaste’, rachel

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  • August 2, 2010 at 10:56 pm
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    I grow my own organic vegetables and fruit and put it away for the winter, also. This way I can control what goes into my body. I use all organic cosmetics, also, water purifier, shower purifier and air purifiers.

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    • August 3, 2010 at 1:01 am
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      Gina, organics is the way to go. I have a year round organic garden, with the help of a small greenhouse.

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