Are you familiar with the saying, “We are our own worst enemy”? I truly believe that. The worst thing (and there are many) that humans could have done was to cook their food after discovering how to create fire, by vigorously rubbing two pieces of wood together causing high heat from friction or striking flint stone together to create sparks.
Our earliest ancestors were herbivores and frugivorous; meaning they only ate plants and fruits.
Judita Wignall’s book “Going Raw” will show you how to turn back the clock and eat as our ancestors once did. As a certified raw food chef and instructor, Judita has poured a wealth of knowledge and wisdom into her book.
Judita unearthed the potency of raw foods after her own well-being was compromised. Her ailments made her reappraise the lifestyle she was leading.
“Going Raw”, by Judita Wignall, is an invaluable book to have and one that I recommend.
I give my edition an ‘8 Star’ rating as each page provides me with easy to read recipes, cross references as well as stunning photos to tantalise my palate.
It was thrilling to see ‘hidden’ just inside the cover, a DVD featuring Judita clearly showing the techniques she uses and how she prepares some of her recipes. She made opening up a coconut look so easy to do; I can just imagine my first attempt……..
I feel this is one book that will never be left on the bookshelf!
Where to Order
Alternatively Judita’s book is available from Australian and U.S. book sellers on eBay.
Food which has been cooked may lose some of its nutritional value depending on how it has been prepared.
Video: How to Make a Veggie Sushi Roll with Judita Wignall
Did You Know?
We truly were never meant to eat meat. Both the small and large intestines, of humans, are folded back on itself many times and are thirty-three feet long.
The meat we eat stays in our intestines much longer than carnivores (meat eaters that have shorter intestines) such as lions/tigers and hyena’s etc and so the meat starts to spoil and cause toxins inside our body.
Have Any Questions?
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