Raw foods

In this section we look at raw foods – their health properties, their therapeutic properties, their nutritional value, and their taste!

Please see below for articles on raw foods – click on the link to go to the article.

For our raw food directory, click here.

 

What exactly is 'raw'? Kate Magic of Raw Living asks exactly what we mean by 'raw food'. There does not seem to be a great deal of consensus – which can leave many people quite confused... December 2014

inSpiral, with a vegan cafe in Camden Town, specialise in raw foods, and produce their own line of organic, raw, vegan foods. Their nutritional therapist, Katie Clare, gives us the download on 'superfoods'.

Food Standards AgencyBoard wants more tests before agreeing to extend the sale of raw milk to off-farm vending machines. July 2014

Why Eat Raw Food? By Kate Magic of Raw Living

Vegetables  – the most desirable dish of the day! Food Workshop with Mark Mabon of the Lovechefs.

Food Standards Agency raw milk consultation. April 2014

Diet, healing & daily life: Mark Mabon of the LoveChefs on why and how to bring raw foods into your diet for good and Cressida Langlands reports on one of the Lovechefs raw workshops. August 2013

New studies confirm that raw-milk is a low risk food. For more on raw milk see The Complete Patient and The Campaign for Real Milk. June 2013

Raw Milk: Juliette Scarfe is a skincare expert and beauty therapist with her own range of beauty products, Bare Skin Beauty. She is also a very passionate raw milk enthusiast. May 2013

The Raw Milk debate. Interesting and detailed article in Caduceus in which Ann Woodriff Beirne examines the issues and the evidence in the raw milk debate. November 2011

FDA use flawed data to target raw milk cheese. February 2011

Wise Traditions – Gill Jacobs reports on the 2010 Weston A Price Foundation conference on Philadelphia. February 2011

Sweet Sensations – Liz Bygrave introduces Cressida to raw chocolate. 2008

 

NB Information on this site is not a substitute for medical advice and no liability can be assumed for its use.


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