Benefits of a raw plant diet


Raw plant foods can be eaten in their natural form. They are rich in vitamins, trace elements and minerals. Plants accumulate nutrients that complement each other and represent a complete unit. They contain all the materials for their digestion.

1. Nutritious – Raw plant foods can be eaten in their natural form. They are rich in vitamins, trace elements and minerals. Plants accumulate nutrients that complement each other and represent a complete unit. They contain all the materials for their digestion.

2. High solar energy content – With the help of their green pigment, plants are able to absorb the Sun's energy directly from sunlight. (This is why they are also called "Sun-cans".) This is indicated by a strong so-called also their "biophoton" radiation. Among the foods, fresh, ripe, raw fruits, nuts and vegetables, berries, leaves, stems, roots and seeds emit the strongest biophoton radiation. The stored solar energy can be extracted from them mostly in their undamaged, natural form.

3. Enzyme abundance – Enzymes ensure good digestion and metabolism. They allow nutrients (vitamins, trace elements, minerals, proteins, carbohydrates, fats and oils) to be incorporated into the body. However, as a result of heat treatment (above approx. 55°C), they break down, and in their absence, the various nutrients are either not utilized, or the body has to produce the necessary enzymes from its own reserves (which, for example, leads to an unnatural overload of the pancreas).

4. Vitamin abundance – Raw plant foods are rich in various vitamins that are important for the human body. However, many vitamins are destroyed by heat treatment (e.g. vitamin C at 60°C), excessive cooling, or even damage to the surface of the plant. Foods of animal origin contain far fewer vitamins from the start, and in addition, many vitamins can be consumed by consuming unnatural (denatured) foods (e.g. white flour, granulated sugar) and pleasure items (e.g. coffee) ("vitamin- and trace element robbery").

5. Organic salinity - Plant food contains organic (organic) salts, which the human body can process and incorporate. Inorganic salts (e.g. sea salt), on the other hand, are deposited in the body and bind a significant amount of water (lg table salt, e.g. 120g of water), which are the source of many diseases. Returning to a pure vegetable diet, the inorganic salts and the water bound by them are eliminated from the body; metabolism improves, blood pressure normalizes. The organic salts, whose supply is provided by plant food, remain built up in the body by enzymes.

6. Fiber abundance – Raw plant foods are rich in fiber, which stimulates bowel function, promotes regular stools, and helps eliminate constipation. The waste material that passes through the intestines faster and is emptied from there more easily puts less strain on the body: there is less chance of rotting in the intestines, and the amount of toxic substances that are reabsorbed is also less in this way.

7. More optimal protein intake – With a mixed diet, multiple times the optimal amount of protein can enter the body. The excess protein undergoes putrefaction in the intestines, the toxins of which are absorbed from the large intestine and flood the body (self-poisoning). It is the cause of many diseases. A properly prepared plant diet provides the body with the right amount of protein, which is also optimal in terms of its amino acid composition - protein metabolism disorders can therefore be eliminated.

8. Anti-inflammatory effect – Many elements of the natural diet (mainly fruits, citrus fruits and onions, vitamins A and C) have an anti-inflammatory effect. A mixed diet, on the other hand, can increase inflammation.

9. Antibiotic effect – All higher plants (especially herbs and onions) contain, to a greater or lesser extent, bactericidal and virucidal substances, which are effective when consumed raw. Due to their effect, blood coagulation becomes faster, the resistance of capillary walls increases, the number of T-lymphocytes increases, thus increasing immunity. A mixed diet reduces this.

10. Adequate fat and cholesterol content - Vegetable food contains predominantly unsaturated fatty acids, which help the formation of cholesterol that protects blood vessels. This has a beneficial effect on the vascular system, heart function and blood circulation; it acts against the formation of blood clots (thrombosis, embolism) and prevents infarction. Food of animal origin, on the other hand, contains a large amount of saturated fatty acids, the consumption of which leads to an increase in blood-damaging cholesterol.

11. Anticarcinogenic effect – A raw vegetable diet prevents the development of cancerous changes (especially grapes, citrus fruits and onions). A meaty, mixed diet and its metabolic products, on the other hand, are the main cause of cancer.

12. Alkalizing effect - Most of the chemical processes taking place in the body require an alkaline medium, the alkaline medium provides the conditions desirable for healthy cell life. A plant-based diet has an alkalizing effect on the body, while a mixed diet has an acidifying effect. Since many bacteria can only reproduce in an acidic environment, the acidic environment is also a breeding ground for various pathogens.

It is recommended to fast for 24 or 36 hours once a week and for three days every quarter.

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