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“Not Another Diet!” living the raw way is not a craze. It is a simple way of eating. It will give your body the opportunity to restore digestive vitality and help reduce organ toxicity. Raw foods can be included in everyone’s diet they contain more chi because the nutrients, minerals and enzymes which the body needs in order to maintain optimum health, have not been destroyed by cooking. De-natured foods lack enzymes, vitamins, minerals and do not build a healthy physique. Superfoods including:side dish carrot olive cucumber tomato basil
sprouted english broccoli seeds

• Apricots

• Avocado

• Berries. (particularly Blueberries, Cranberries and Goji Berries

• Bok Choy (Chinese cabbage)

• Broccoli

• Green Tea

• Pomegranate (fruit and juice)

• Sprouted organic Alfalfa / Broccoli / Radish / Watercress  seeds

• Stevia (natural sugar substitute)

• Wild Garlic

Just to name a few, are natural plant foods which contain high concentration of nutrients and so aid optimum health.


Our Method is to make raw foods, supplements and superfoods easily available to all. This way of living is neither complicated nor difficult Rawfare will show you how it can make your life much simpler whilst freeing up more energy for sustained longevity.


Raw offers comprehensive nutritional support from, a sensible diet of raw plant foods, detox plans, natural eating and exercise.


If you have a testimonial you would like to share with us and others, you wish to improve your health or just curious contact us. info@rawfare.net


Vegan / Rawfarian

RawFarian: one who practices the consumption of uncooked, unprocessed, organic and often home grown foods 90% of daily diet.


Depending upon desired effect a raw food diet may include: fresh fruits / raw vegetables (salad and other vegetables) / seeds (for example sesame; hemp)  nuts (all types) / legumes / sprouted seeds (such as alfalfa, broccoli, mustard, radish) “sprouted seeds are grown with all life considered”.


Rawfarian diet predominantly consists of fresh wild unheated food, or food that is cooked at a temperature less than 40°C (104°F) to 46°C (115°F)

RAW Vegan preparing lunch


Dr Douglas Graham – Raw Vegan; believes that foods cooked above this temperature have lost much of their nutritional value and are less healthful and could be harmful to the body.


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