How a Raw Fast Can Transform Your High Blood Pressure and Your Life!
Most people are aware of the strong link between a healthy diet, obesity, high blood pressure, stroke and heart disease. Yet, millions of people are still suffering from these easily treatable and preventable diseases.
Why are so many not willing to change?
Is it the fact that eating a heart healthy diet means cutting out read meat, alcohol, salt and eating more fresh fruits, vegetables and lean proteins?
Or, is it because the abundance of highly processed and highly salted pre-packaged meals that ready to eat rather than make a home made meal each night?
The Good News: Not a lot of hard work
The good news is there is a simple, quick and easy way to get started in the right direction: no hard to prepare meals, no tasteless dinners, and no laborious preparation. You can lower your high blood pressure, lose weight, and start eating healthy in less then 30 days. All you need to do is take the 30-day Raw Challenge.
The 30-Day Raw Challenge
The raw food diet is based on unprocessed and uncooked plant foods, such as fresh fruits and vegetables, sprouts, seeds, nuts, grains, beans, dried fruits and seaweed. The belief is that processed and cooked foods destroy the natural enzymes that aid in digestion and absorption of food.
A raw food diet is ideal for those people suffering from High Blood Pressure because it is low in calories, fat and sodium, but is naturally abundant in potassium, magnesium and other heart-healthy substances such as vitamins, minerals and dietary fiber.
While maintaining a raw food diet for a prolonged period of time can be difficult for most individuals, this challenge is a great and easy way to get started in the right direction. This eating plan will teach you and your body to break old, unhealthy habits and reinforce healthy habits and foods into your diet. You will also learn that eating healthy is easy*, quick to prepare and that it can be very satisfying for the entire family.
The Raw Diet Action Plan
Week 1: Meal Modification
During the first week, you will be removing read meat, refined sugars and white flours from your diet. This means no bread, crackers, lunchmeats or soda pop. Instead of white pastas, eat whole wheat, substitute red meat with grilled chicken, exchange all desserts for fresh fruits and replace cooked vegetables with raw varieties.
On a raw food diet, you should only be consuming unprocessed whole foods such as:
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Fresh fruits and vegetables
Unprocessed organic or natural foods
Freshly juiced fruit and vegetables
Purified or filtered water
Young coconut milk