Essay from the year 2009 in the subject Biology - Human Biology, language: English, comment: Article By Kyle J. Norton Are For Information and Education Only, Please Consult With Your Doctor or Related Field Specialist Before Applying. All rights reserved. Any reproducing of this article must have the author name and all the links intact. qLet You Be With Your Health, Let Your Health Be With Youq Kyle J. Norton I have been studying natural remedies for disease prevention for over 20 years and working as a financial consultant since 1990. Master degree in Mathematics and BA in world literature, teaching and tutoring math at colleges and universities before joining insurance industries., abstract: The raw food diet is defined as a type of diet of which at least 75% of the daily diet must be unprocessed and uncooked foods or foods can not be heating above 115 degree of Fahrenheit or 40 C, including fresh fruit and vegetables and raw meats. It believes that the more raw food in your diet, the more healthy you are. While there are many benefits for people eating raw, such as increasing energy for our daily activity, improving skin appearance, assisting digestive process, stability weight loss with no risk of weight re-gaining, reducing the risk of heart and chronic diseases, because the diet contains high in trace minerals, essential vitamins, fiber and phytochemicals and less harmful substances, such as trans fat, saturated fat and salt, but it interferes with the natural process of human being over thousand years of eating cooked foods, such as smaller jaws and teeth, shrinking stomachs have shrunk, and longer small intestines and lengthening the digestive surface area. Some alternative medicine, such as Ayurveda, and traditional Chinese medicine suggested that a raw-only diet may not be appropriate for people living in colder climates, because in order to fight off the constant cold or Prolong periods of eating raw foods deplete the yang qi in the body. Since mEssay from the year 2009 in the subject Biology - Human Biology, language: English, comment: Article By Kyle J. Norton Are For Information and Education Only, Please Consult With Your Doctor or Related Field Specialist Before Applying.
|Title||:||Raw Food Diet In Traditional Chinese Medicine Perspective - Can It Be Another Unexplained Cause of Infertility?|
|Author||:||Kyle J. Norton|
|Publisher||:||GRIN Verlag - 2013-10|