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Before I can accurately answer that question I need to explain the nutritional values and amino acid profiles for nuts. Just for this example I will use almonds as they seem to be very popular, especially in the raw food and vegan community, for adding extra protein to your diet. Nutritional Values for Almonds One… Read more »

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Making a raw protein bar that would sell to the public in mass quantities and keep people coming back for more is not an easy thing to do. When I started making Dale’s Raw Protein Bars I had little experience but through a lot of hard work and making many mistakes I have come up… Read more »

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Benefits of Detox For consistency I will call this procedure a detox, however it can also be referred to as an internal cleanse. First, let me start by saying that I am not a registered dietician or nutritionist. The information I am providing in this article is for educational purposed only. You need to decide… Read more »

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How much protein do you need? I actually have no idea when it comes to exact grams, percentage of body weight or other scientific formulas. I have learned from my extensive nutrition training so many different formulas that even I am confused. I’m not even going to go there because I want to keep this… Read more »

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RAW foods are living foods that are unprocessed and in their natural state. Examples are fruits, vegetables, nuts, and seeds (including sprouted whole grains).   Raw foods may be dehydrated at temperatures below 115 degrees in order to keep the nutritional value and enzymes in the food. Some raw foodism may also include raw fish (sashimi),… Read more »