Why raw and vegan?

by PlanetBIO EU
September 06, 2017

Raw veganism is a diet which combines veganism and raw foodism. It excludes all food of animal origin, and all food cooked above 48 degrees Celsius (118 degrees Fahrenheit). A raw vegan diet includes raw vegetables and fruits, nuts and nut pastes, grain and legume sprouts, seeds, plant oils, sea vegetables, herbs, and fresh juices. Sometimes the definition of a raw vegan diet is loosened to include vegan diets with at least 75% raw foods. [Wiki]

Although our team isn't all raw & vegan, we are aware of the importance of including a lot of fresh, organic & raw food in our daily life.  You don't have to be a vegetarian or a vegan to notice that "live food" gives you life, and wrongly processed or combined food is just a harmful habit we've grown on ourselves. Of course not all cooked or otherwise heated food is bad, on the contrary, there are some great advantages of  such prepared foods. The range of products we're having as our supplementary food (don't forget: superfood is great, it's awesome, good for you and healthy stuff, but don't forget you have to eat healthy meals too!) is meant to eat raw, since most of the beneficiary elements found in them would be lost/destroyed if heated or processed too much. Goji berries, hemp seeds, hemp proteins, cacao beans, nibs, butter and powder, spirulina and chlorella powder/tablets, Maca root, barley and wheat grass, acai, guarana, apricot kernels, camu-camu etc. wouldn't be worth much if we didn't get them in their purest form or harvested and processed in a right way. Technology has advanced even in the food processing area and we can safely get food on our table from every corner of the world without being afraid of pollution, toxic substances and other junk stuff. Enjoy your daily meals and don't forget to eat healthy. Save your health, save our world!


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