Raw Food Diet For Cancer Patients

I was reading the other day again from Dr. Robert Morse’s book the chapter about raw food diet for cancer patients. And I was once again amazed by the breakthrough information presented in a very condensed form, but still very easy and interesting to read.

What I want to stress in this short article is an idea which I think is important in the light of so much information about raw food and cancer patients that is now available on the internet.

And that idea is that the raw food diet for cancer patients is different from the raw food diet for other health conditions.

Now, I don’t want to say that there aren’t certain raw foods which are stronger in their effect on cancer than others.

But, the point I am trying to clarify is that a raw diet will help heal any type of illness, including cancer.

So, if you make the transition to the raw lifestyle you will also be on your way of regaining your health if you have been diagnosed with cancer.

A real story comes to my mind right now.

A man was diagnosed with cancer. And after following the traditional procedures and treatment the doctor prescribed him, he was told that the cancer progressed and he had only a few short months to live.

So, it was better for him to go home, because there was nothing else medicine could do to him.

As he walked out of the hospital, sad and discouraged, he went through a market.

And there he saw some red grapes. He bought a few pounds and started eating them.

He continued to do this, transforming it in a habit, since he couldn’t eat much else of cooked food.

Waiting to die and death not coming, he went back to the hospitals for analyses. After the results came, he was surprised to find out that his cancer was on remission.

You can imagine his joy at this amazing news.

We can rightly say that this man stumbled on the raw food diet for cancer patients.

And that is my point. Don’t wait to find a raw diet which is specifically designed for cancer patients.

Start with the best raw food program available to you. Or, start eating raw right away. The benefits will not delay to show in your life.

And then you can get the extra edge with a few more veggies and fruits which you can include in your diet.

Also, juicing is a must for a cancer patient.

Zuccarino ai Fiori d’Arancio – Dessert Crudista – Veg Raw Food

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Ingredienti 1 porzione
80 gr zucca
1 cucchiaino di burro di cocco
2 albicocche secche reidratate
1 cucchiaio di cacao crudo
1 cucchiaino di sciroppo d’agave
1 cucchiaino di acqua di fiori d’arancio
1 cucchiaio di latte di mandorle
1 cucchiaio di mandorle a scaglie
30 gr pasta di cacao
1 cucchiaino di acqua ai fiori d’arancio
1 cucchiaio di latte di mandorla
1 cucchiaio di sciroppo d’agave
¼ di cucchiaino di zenzero in polvere


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All You Need to Know About Raw Food Diet

Many of dieters out there are trying this kind of diet. What is it, actually? What are the advantages and disadvantages? How to do it?

Let me help you get all the answers in the following detailed explanations about raw food diet before you decide to apply it:

o What is Raw Food Diet?

Raw food diet is a diet composed mainly or entirely of raw and living foods. These foods include mostly raw vegan food, such as fruits, vegetables, nuts and seeds.

The raw foodists can consume any foods which have not been cooked, frozen, or treated with chemical preservatives.

There are 3 types of raw foodists:

1. Living foodists, who eat a diet made up of plant food in active form, such as sprouted nuts and seeds.

2. Juicarians, who eat a diet made up entirely of juices.

3. Raw foodists who are not vegetarians, and therefore eat raw meats and unpasteurized milk

o How to Start a Raw Food Diet?

Going on a raw food diet can be similar to detoxifying your body, and there can be some side effects. So when considering the raw food diet, you should start slowly, with one or more raw meals per day, and one or more meals with a raw main dish and a small cooked side dish. This can be easier on your body as well as your habits.

o Where to Find the Foods?

The best kind of raw food is organic food. Organic foods are now available in a wide variety of products, not just fruits but even cookies.

While organic foods can be more expensive then regular foods, they can also be more convenient, as there are many companies starting in cities that will actually deliver organic fruits and vegetables to your front door.

o What Are The Advantages?

Many raw foodists choose the diet because they believe that cooking, freezing or otherwise processing foods can destroy vitamins, bacteria, and enzymes. They also believe that cooking food makes food harder to digest, partially due to destroying enzymes which are acting as catalysts in the digestion of food.

Raw foods contain less chemicals and preservatives, which are not natural in foods. Raw food is also less toxic and more easily digested, while containing more vitamins and minerals than processed foods.

The raw foodists also believe that the diet can improve health, lower risk of heart disease (because of a diet low in trans-fats), improve digestion, improve skin appearance, and increase the energy levels.

o What Are The Disadvantages?

An important concern in a raw food diet is the lack of animal proteins. One needs to get all the essential amino acids.

To fulfill all the nutrition and avoid deficiencies in protein and vitamin B12, a raw foodist might need some nutritional supplements.

So, after you find out all you need to know about raw food diet, are you ready to start one now?

Raw material for good health – The Hindu

Rupinder Kaur makes a case for raw vegan food movement in India through her website called Raw Rasoi

COIMBATORE: Three years ago, when Rupinder Kaur was recovering from a jaundice attack, she was in great discomfort. Despite being cured of the disease, she still suffered from bloated stomach, gastric issues and weak knees. “I had recovered, but still I needed the support of walls to walk. I have lead a completely healthy lifestyle, grew upon buffalo milk and didn’t smoke or drink. Why was this happening to me?”

She had two versions to believe. The one of the allopathic doctors, who concluded that they had done everything they could possibly do about her liver. And, that of the homeopathic ones, who warned her that her liver was still very weak.

So, she turned to fresh fruits and vegetables for help. “That summer vacation, I went to my father’s home in Punjab, and kept hogging mangoes and litchis for three days. By the end of it, my stomach pain had vanished, and so did my gastric trouble.” The experience was a revelation for her, and Rupinder turned into a raw vegan, overnight. “I never looked back. I had turned hundred per cent raw vegan,” she says.

Her firm conviction in its magical results inspired her to start a website on vegan recipes called Raw Rasoi. Here, you find recipes of smoothies, date bars, creamy avocado bites, coconut ladoos and water melon popsicles that are a big hit even among children. The website also features interactive quizzes

Her intention is to make raw vegan food appealing to the popular taste. “We are all social beings at the end of the day. We have to interact with other people and cannot afford to stand off from the crowd.” The idea is to replicate the look and taste of the popular dishes in the raw vegan style. For instance, her vegan brownies, made out of blending dates, walnuts and chocolate powder in a mixer, are a big hit. “Food is basically science. If you are creative, you can have fun with it, and balance taste with nutrition. How you make it is more important. You have to cook with love.”

Pizzas, burgers, cakes…name it. She will instantly recreate the vegan versions of these dishes. Her vegan pastas are made out of zucchini ribbons and sauces out of avocados, in the place of mayonnaise. Her recipes have even won over her son’s teachers. “We celebrated his birthday with a raw cake made of avocado cream.”

For beginners, who are still hesitant to switch to a raw vegan diet, she says: “Start gorging on fruits. Eat as much as you like, until you are full. While you are off to work, put an apple into your bag. You can make delicious dishes using fresh fruits and vegetables. Raw food can be simple–from a mono meal of chopped fruits to a salad that has a combination of fruits and vegetables. All it takes is ten minutes to prepare these items. These are simple recipes, ideal for professionals, who are in a hurry. ”

Rupinder wants to Indianise the raw vegan recipes, using home-grown ingredients such as parijat flowers, coconuts, figs and cardamom. “Local, fresh, organic and seasonal produce is always the best. Once I started playing around with raw vegan recipes, I came to know of so many new indigenous fruits and vegetables. We are rich in nutritious food.

Our Indian diet is healthy and nutritious. We should be promoting our food to the West. Instead of running behind the packaged fruit juices, why don’t we just cut a lemon, squeeze it into water and have the drink fresh and nutritious?”

Recipe for raw vegan fig and dates energy bar


20 dry figs, chopped

5 medjool dates, seeds removed and chopped

1/2 cup sesame seeds, roughly grounded

1/2 cup coconut powder

1 tablespoon flax seeds, finely grounded

1 tablespoon fennel seeds, roughly grounded

1/4 cup raisins, for garnishing

coconut flakes, for garnishing


Put the figs in the food processor and process it to get a rough texture. Add the dates and pulse and blend them gently. Add coconut powder, sesame seeds and flax seeds and process again till they mix well. Add fennel seeds and process again. On a butter paper, sprinkle raisins and coconut flakes. Pour the mixture over this spread and start pressing it gently with a spatula into a square shape with about 1/2 inch thickness from all sides. Sprinkle raisins and coconut flakes again. Place another butter paper over this spread and roll gently with a rolling pin to give an even finish. Take off the top sheet. Take a sharp knife and cut this square into eight rectangular bars. Wrap them in a butter paper and tie up with a thick thread to make it presentable.

Can a Raw Food Diet Help With Multiple Sclerosis

In recent years there has been a lot of talk about multiple sclerosis and raw food diets. There is still a large percentage of the medical community that refuses to see the connection between eating a healthy diet and reduced or eliminated symptoms of MS. However, in recent years far more research is being conducted in the areas of diet and nutrition as a way to improve the overall health of the multiple sclerosis patient and alleviate their symptoms.

Why a Multiple Sclerosis Raw Food Diet?

In order for the brain to function properly, it needs a constant supply of micronutrients. These micronutrients are supposed to be obtained from the foods we eat. Sadly our standard western diet consists mainly of highly processed foods that have almost no nutrients in them. The contents of these prepackaged foods have literally been cooked to death and are devoid of the minerals, micronutrients and vitamins we need.

By creating treating your multiple sclerosis with a raw food diet, you are eating food that since it has not been heated or cooked in any way, still has 100% of all the essential nutrients that your body needs. One thing that needs to be noted here is that while technically raw food means that the foods have not been cooked, it does not mean they have not been heated. In many cases the foods have been warmed in a dehydrator or low oven, the maximum temperature must not exceed 115-120 degrees Fahrenheit as this is the point at which the foods begin to cook and lose their nutritional value.

Is a Multiple Sclerosis Raw Food Diet Effective?

One has only to look around at the vast numbers of people that are switching to an all raw food diet to see just how healthy this type of diet is. It is only within the last hundred or so years that we have become obsessed with cooking everything we eat. Recent studies of patients with multiple sclerosis and a raw food diet are showing some remarkable signs of success.

In Germany, a Dr. Joseph Evers has successfully treated over 1,000 patients with multiple sclerosis by switching them over to a raw food diet. The carefully documented results were nothing short of amazing as his patients experience full remission of their symptoms and over time have shown little or no progression of the disease. In answer to the question, MS can be helped with a raw food diet.

Lighten up winter diet with salads – Albuquerque Journal

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Kohlrabi salad with cilantro and lime. (Chris Lee/St. Louis Post-Dispatch/TNS)

Kohlrabi salad with cilantro and lime. (Chris Lee/St. Louis Post-Dispatch/TNS)

Well, that was fun while it lasted.

The cakes, the cookies, the candy canes and champagne – they’re all increasingly fleeting memories. Now it’s time to get down to the nitty gritty.

Now it’s time for salads.

Don’t groan. Salads are great, even if you haven’t made a weight-loss resolution. They’re good for you, they’re delicious and they can contain almost any combination of ingredients in creative ways.

Start with a base of lettuce, usually. It can be peppery (think arugula, radicchio or watercress), it can be buttery (think Boston lettuce), it can even be almost sweet (think baby greens).

Add whatever vegetables you like, from artichoke hearts to raw zucchini. Tomatoes and a mild form of onion are always welcome, too. You can boost both the taste and the tactile appeal with a bit of crunch – croutons, perhaps, or toasted nuts or seeds. Everyone loves crispy noodles in their salads, and delicious sesame sticks.

Add hard-boiled eggs if you like, and cheese.

And all of that comes before you even settle on a dressing.

With so many options available, there are literally millions of ways to make a salad.

The first one is called The Best Lentil Salad, Ever, and ordinarily I am wary of superlatives. On the other hand, I’ve had it. It just may be the best lentil salad, ever.

It isn’t the lentils that make it so great; they merely form the base for what is to come. An assortment of Indian spices (cumin, turmeric, coriander, cardamom, cayenne, cloves, nutmeg, cinnamon) are added to a decidedly non-Indian vinaigrette made from apple cider vinegar, strong mustard and maple syrup.

Additional sweetness comes from dried currants, with capers and red onion providing a briny bite. I added goat cheese, arugula and walnuts to mine; you might want to add fresh herbs, sprouts or other ingredients to yours.

Put it all together and you have what may be the best lentil salad, ever.

A more traditional salad, and much brighter in taste, is a mixed green salad with oranges, dried cranberries and pecans.

The oranges provide a nice citrus taste, but they do more than that. The orange juice rehydrates the dried cranberries.

The rest is a straightforward salad, with mixed baby greens, a simple vinaigrette and toasted pecans. It is the combination of orange segments and toasted pecans that make this salad sing.

An orange, in both its zest and juice forms, was also an ingredient in my next salad. But it is the main ingredient that really makes this one stand out.

Kohlrabi is a root vegetable that tastes like a milder version of broccoli mixed with a bit of apple (though with none of its sweetness) and a hint of mustard.

Kohlrabi salad with cilantro and lime begins with the kohlrabi root (the leaves are also edible) cut into matchstick shapes and mixed with cilantro, scallion and jalapeño. It is then tossed with a sweet-and-sour vinaigrette made with olive oil, orange juice, lime juice, honey and vinegar.

The result is surprisingly refreshing.

Finally I made a salad that would be a hit at home or at any potluck: couscous salad with chickpeas.

Couscous was somewhat popular maybe a decade ago, but it has fallen out of favor. Though people look at it and immediately think it is quinoa or bulgur, it is actually pasta. Little, tiny bits of pasta, just right for soaking up all the flavors around them.

The flavors, in this case, come from a garlicky vinaigrette, plus mint, cinnamon, green onions and smoked paprika. Chickpeas provide an umami taste, and this earthiness is countered by the sweet acid of a tomato and salty, creamy feta cheese.

It’s a great salad. It may even be the best couscous salad, ever.

Nah. But it’s so good you’ll want to add it to your repertoire.


Serves 6 to 8

1 pound De Puy lentils, a firm, small lentil from France

1/3 cup extra-virgin olive oil

¼ cup apple cider vinegar

1 tablespoon maple syrup

1 tablespoon strong mustard

2 teaspoons salt

1 teaspoon ground black pepper

1 teaspoon ground cumin

½ teaspoon turmeric

½ teaspoon ground coriander

½ teaspoon ground cardamom

¼ teaspoon cayenne pepper

¼ teaspoon ground cloves

¼ teaspoon nutmeg

¼ teaspoon cinnamon

1 medium red onion, diced small

1 cup dried currants or raisins

1/3 cup capers

Arugula, optional

Walnuts, optional

Goat cheese, optional

Fresh herbs, such as parsley, cilantro or basil, optional

Sprouts and crunchy seasonal vegetables, optional

Rinse lentils well. Place in a pot and cover with 3 to 4 inches of water. Bring to a boil, reduce to a simmer. Check lentils for doneness after 15 minutes, although they will probably take 20 minutes. They should be al dente – fully cooked but still firm. Do not overcook.

While the lentils are simmering, whisk together the oil, vinegar, syrup, mustard, salt, pepper, cumin, turmeric, coriander, cardamom, cayenne, cloves, nutmeg and cinnamon, or place all these ingredients in a jar with a tight-fitting lid and shake vigorously to combine.

When the lentils are cooked, remove from heat, drain and place under cold running water to stop the cooking. Once cooled slightly but still warm, place them in a large serving bowl and toss with the dressing. Add onion, currants and capers. Add optional items and serve immediately or refrigerate for up to 3 days and add optional items just before serving.

PER SERVING: 348 calories; 11 g fat; 2 g saturated fat; 15 g protein; 53 g carbohydrate; 15 g sugar; 7 g fiber; 776 mg sodium; 44 mg calcium.

– Adapted from MyNewRoots.org


Serves 4

1 cup uncooked whole-wheat couscous

½ teaspoon salt, divided

½ teaspoon ground black pepper, divided

1/8 teaspoon ground cinnamon

1 cup boiling water

3 tablespoons extra-virgin olive oil

3 tablespoons fresh lemon juice

1½ teaspoons minced garlic

Pinch of granulated sugar

1/3 cup chopped fresh mint

¼ cup thinly sliced green onions

1/8 teaspoon smoked paprika

15-ounce can chickpeas, rinsed and drained

1 large ripe tomato, chopped, or a handful of cherry tomatoes

¾ cup crumbled feta cheese

Place couscous, ¼ teaspoon of the salt, ¼ teaspoon of the pepper and cinnamon in a bowl. Stir in boiling water, cover, and let stand 10 minutes. Fluff with a fork.

Combine oil, lemon juice, garlic and sugar. Add this mixture to the couscous along with the remaining ¼ teaspoon salt, the remaining ¼ teaspoon pepper, mint, green onions, paprika, chickpeas and tomatoes. Sprinkle with cheese.

PER SERVING: 469 calories; 19 g fat; 5 g saturated fat; 15 mg cholesterol; 18 g protein; 63 g carbohydrate; 7 g sugar; 12 g fiber; 818 mg sodium; 154 mg calcium.

– Recipe by Cooking Light


Serves 6

3 (4-inch) bulbs kohlrabi

½ cup chopped cilantro

¼ cup chopped scallions

¼ jalapeño, minced, optional

Zest from 1 orange

Zest from 1 lime

¼ cup olive oil

Juice from 1 orange

Juice from 1 lime

¼ cup honey

½ teaspoon kosher salt

1 tablespoon rice wine vinegar

Trim and peel kohlrabi. Cut into ¼-inch matchsticks or julienne in food processor.

Place in a large bowl with cilantro, scallions, jalapeño, orange zest and lime zest.

In a small bowl, whisk together olive oil, orange juice, lime juice, honey, salt and vinegar. Toss with salad. Refrigerate until serving. Can be made 1 day ahead.

PER SERVING: 147 calories; 9 g fat; 1 g saturated fat; no cholesterol; 1 g protein; 17 g carbohydrate; 15 g sugar; 3 g fiber; 256 mg sodium; 31 mg calcium.

– Recipe by FeastingatHome.com


Serves 6

1 cup plus 3 tablespoons orange juice, divided

6 tablespoons dried cranberries

3½ tablespoons olive oil

2 tablespoons white wine vinegar

1 tablespoon grated orange peel

6 cups mixed baby greens

3 oranges, peel and white pith removed, segmented

¾ cup pecans, toasted

Bring 1 cup orange juice to simmer in heavy, small saucepan. Remove from heat. Mix in dried cranberries. Let stand until softened, about 30 minutes. Drain well; discard soaking juice.

Whisk oil, vinegar, orange peel and remaining 3 tablespoons orange juice in small bowl to blend. Mix in cranberries. Season dressing to taste with salt and pepper. (Can be prepared 1 day ahead. Cool and refrigerate. Bring to room temperature before serving).

Place greens in large bowl. Toss with 2/3 of dressing. Divide greens among 6 plates. Add orange segments to bowl; toss with remaining dressing. Top salads with orange segments and pecans.

PER SERVING: 308 calories; 18 g fat; 2 g saturated fat; no cholesterol; 5 g protein; 34 g carbohydrate; 23 g sugar; 6 g fiber; 30 mg sodium; 206 mg calcium.

– Recipe by Bon Appétit

A Brief Explanation of What a Raw Food Diet Is

A raw food diet is something that many folks are choosing more and more because they want better health. When you choose to eat raw to improve your health and wellness by eating only natural foods that have never been cooked, heated, pasteurized nor processed.

All the foods that you eat are presumed organically grown ensuring that you are getting what is absolutely best for your body.

There are plenty of variations as you opt for a raw lifestyle… Soon you see everything changes, for the good. Try it out to see if eating raw matches results that you hoped to get you may never go back.

Eating raw you’ll be delighted to discover you get a wide variety of living foods like fruits, vegetables, seeds, nuts, sprouts from seeds and whole grain berries. However, just because someone follows this particular diet does not mean that they are a vegetarian or vegan but most are.

In fact with this particular diet one is still able to enjoy eating some dairy… -some eggs… I have one friend eating raw meat and fish and she’s in her 90’s.

It is because eating raw diet has much flexibility so anyone can incorporate it into their lifestyle, no matter what it is. Certainly the higher percentage of raw foods a person eats the better it is for them and their body.

If you were to look online you would find that there are many reports and studies that support the idea the more raw foods you include in your diet the more benefits to your health you will get. How about starting as a part-time raw foodist for a week or even a day.

I have friends eating raw that have been helped with weight loss. Plus it can also help you when trying to regulate your weight in order to keep it at a more healthy level and it’s all natural too.

Also there are many cases documented of folks who have chosen to use this diet have recovered from illnesses and even chronic diseases.

It isn’t only those who are eating raw that are singing its praises.

There are tons of health and nutrition experts who are advocating that we should be eating raw on a more regular basis. In fact more and more nutrition experts are stepping forward and beginning to provide reasons why eating foods in their raw state can be beneficial to your health.

One reason for why eating a raw diet is so good for us is that food when chewed properly in its natural state helps many enzymes to be released.

These enzymes then work on improving the way your digestive system works and helps with getting nutrients that the body needs in order to function properly and being absorbed more easily.

Little by little add some raw foods and or raw meals to your day and pay attention to your body… -You may just find yourself in the raw food lifestyle… -do feel free to be in-touch and let me know. Eating raw can be a way of eating yourself to wellness fork-by-fork, -all this and helping to make you look better, get more energy and feel better, too.

Raw Food Results in Just 2 Weeks! RESULTS ARE SHOCKING!

A testimony of my mostly raw food eating plan. I took a shot at getting my health and weight back on track at the beginning of 2016. Just two weeks in, I was quite pleased with the results! Today, I make it a habit of incorporating more raw fruits and vegetables into my daily diet. I encourage everyone to cut the crap and eat more plant-based foods!

Weight Loss On The Raw Food Diet – Facts, Evidence and Real Success Stories

With worldwide obesity nearly doubling over the past thirty years, isn’t it about time for people to take action? In many countries around the world, more people die from being overweight than underweight. This is a rather sad fact, especially since obesity can be prevented. Serious action is needed folks. Some brave persons have taken action to lose weight, and have done so by means of the raw food lifestyle. If you are overweight and are in dire need of a complete health overhaul – please read the following information about the raw food vegan diet. Your health is at stake.

Who has lost weight on the raw food lifestyle?

Angela Stokes Monarch was a morbidly obese young woman, also suffering from many other health-related problems likely attributed to her poor diet. At age 21, Angela weighed a massive 294lbs (133kg). She knew that things had to change, so she took stock of her situation. In 2002, Angela went on a raw vegan diet, and consequently experienced profound weight loss. She lost 105lbs (47kg) in the first year of her new healthy lifestyle, and shortly after reached a healthy body weight of 138lbs (62kg).

Yes, Angela Stokes Monarch took action. She embraced a healthy lifestyle, experienced crucial weight loss, and has maintained her healthy raw food vegan diet down to this day.

If Angela can lose weight on the raw vegan diet, you can too.

Facts behind Raw Food Diet Weight Loss

A few facts for you to consider:

· Fresh fruits and vegetables are naturally low in calories and fat, so you can enjoy them in much larger quantities whilst still losing weight.

· It has been observed that persons who consume primarily raw vegan foods can actually consume more calories than persons on a standard diet.

· After the initial detoxification stage, the raw food diet becomes a blessing and a joy for many. Most people who embrace raw foodism love it so much that going back to their former diet is absolutely out of the question.

· With the complete elimination of meat and dairy products, it is no wonder that weight loss is so rampant on the raw food vegan diet. One is basically swapping over high calorie and high-fat (saturated fat) animal products for low-calorie plant-based foods. Weight loss is clearly inevitable.

· Without heavy animal products clogging up your digestive system, you are giving your body a chance to detoxify and give attention to healing your body. If it is excess weight that you need to lose, your body will accordingly give attention to this. Detoxifying the body is a powerful healing method to heal and give attention to any illnesses, problems or abnormalities that your body is experiencing – including excess weight.


Angela Stokes Monarch is not some fictional person. She is a real woman who has experienced real changes in her life and body. She has her own website containing her life story, and has also written a series of raw vegan food e-books disclosing her weight loss journey, as well as her emotional and spiritual journey.

Further evidence of the reality of weight loss on the raw food diet is the ever-increasing testimonials, books and information that are appearing every year. Clearly, more and more persons are adopting this healthy lifestyle for its amazing health benefits.

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