Raw Food Diet

A raw food diet is beneficial to your health for numerous reasons.

Raw food provides all the nutrients that a body requires. Also, raw food is easier to digest than cooked or processed foods and so raw food is almost entirely usable by the body. As raw foods begin to make up a greater percentage of your diet, you will find that you have more energy on less food.

A raw food diet is one where the foods have not been heated above a certain temperature, ranging from as low as 92ºF to 118°F (33°C to 48°C).

A living raw food diet takes it a step further. Living Foods contain enzymes which help the digestive process. These enzymes are killed by cooking, which also changes the molecular structure of the food. Living foods not only have higher nutrient values they promote the digestion of the food itself, so you get more from your food.

What are Enzymes?

Almost all processes in a biological cell need enzymes in order to occur at significant rates.


They are known to be the "Life-Force" and or "energy" of food.

- Living-foods.com

That is why we grind our nut butters slowly. That is why we culture our salsas. That is why we are so confident eating our foods will change your life.