The amount of different reasons to try the raw food diet are legion – whether it be a number of famous figures extolling the diet’s virtues or from an individual’s concern about their lifestyle, there are some good reasons why individuals check out this diet. However, I believe that there are not too many in the way of different resources that collect the sheer amount of information that The Complete Idiot’s Guide to Raw Food Detox does. This means that the book should be required reading for anyone that is looking to take some or all the tenets of the raw food diet.
Author Adam A. Graham gives a tremendous amount of information about the types of foods that are acceptable for the raw food diet and the amounts in which they should be eaten. Furthermore, ey provides readers with all of the information that they need regarding different types of preparation and how to subsist on a long term raw food diet. The 336 pages of this title are integral in terms of the success that one wishes to have with the diet, and publisher Alpha Books has pegged this title at a price point (about $13 at online retailers) that any individual can easily cover.
The raw food diet has some serious benefits to it, but I believe that there has not been this type of cohesive work about it until The Complete Idiot’s Guide to Raw Food Detox has came out. Make sure to pick up a copy and check in a few years when Graham has updated the title. Until then, good luck on your raw food diet and expect a number of different benefits to accrue from it.
The Complete Idiot’s Guide to Raw Food Detox (Book) / Adam A. Graham / 2011 Alpha / 336 Pages /