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organic/natural healing/raw foods people

any one up in hurr into that stuff?

organic foods, raw meals (uncooked), essential oils, etc....

thoughts? experiences?

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Re: organic/natural healing/raw foods people

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Expensive. Besides, isn't all food organic?

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raw meals (uncooked)
Dangerous.

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If it's essential, then you're already getting it. Otherwise, you're not eating.



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Re: organic/natural healing/raw foods people

There's a restaurant in San Francisco (well, 2 of them I know of) that serve vegan food. Greens and Raw are the names. I haven't tried them yet, but I am a vegetarian.
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sushi ftw


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I love vegie sushi...mmmmm!!!
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Re: organic/natural healing/raw foods people

vegetarian here. we taste better.

i'm quite in to organically grown foods with no additives. although i do eat sushi and other fish on occasion, vegetarian sushi kicks ass too. you can't go wrong with real wasabi either.

not so much in to essential oils... leave those to the femme-boys and frosty.

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I had sushi two days ago.


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[quote author=3AndMe link=topic=63746.msg1094354#msg1094354 date=1164916506]
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organic foods
Expensive. Besides, isn't all food organic?

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raw meals (uncooked)
Dangerous.

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essential oils
If it's essential, then you're already getting it. Otherwise, you're not eating.



:-P I'm sorry.
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lol but what da hell



1 cost.. yes it does cost more.... and no to be organic the food has to be grown without chemicals etc.


2 well not really, you wont be eating too much of raw meats, mostly raw veggies etc. *you can eat "raw" meat like fish and beef( cooking it with lemon( the acid)) *so its not cooked with heat but with the acid of a lemon/lime. and fish is ok as long as you get a god fresh fish....


3.. there are healthy oils that help a lot and of course the not so healthy oils... you can find more about it online


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Re: organic/natural healing/raw foods people

i saw the video "Meet Your Meat" the whole way through very recently and was vegeterian for 3 weeks-- lost 5lbs too.

... but now every time I'm about to eat chicken, I keep remembering parts of the video. I think I know why McRib's always for a limited time.



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Re: organic/natural healing/raw foods people

one thing for those that do not go to the bathroom a lot.....


buy flax seeds, you can find them almost everywhere.... the have the gold kind( they have a gold color) or the dark kind,any will be fine.





get the seeds, and buy a small coffee grinder... when you eat grind a lil bit of the seeds and mix them with the food. you wont tastes the seeds but they help restore a natural "flow" *lol


a lot better than they other stuff you can buy for that..

but eating healthy stuff is great but not every can do it cause of funds or they are just used to the bad stuff.... i say a mix of healthy stuf and a small portions of the "bad" stuff is good.. keeps cost down a bit and you eat a lil bit better than most people.. you will be able to feel the diff it does to your body..

you just have to find the stuff you like


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