Raw-diet fans say it improves health and energy

05/25/2011 | Las Vegas Review-Journal

Advocates of adopting a raw-food diet say it is not always an easy plan to follow, but offers health benefits and boosts energy. The diet may reduce levels of bad cholesterol, as early research shows people who go raw -- eating nothing heated to more than 115 degrees -- eat an average of 18 fruits and vegetables a day, compared with about three servings for the rest of us.

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