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David Wolfe Problems In The Raw Vegan Diet Part 1

www.superfoodhealthyliving.com Many raw-foodists experience problems after many years on the diet, such as osteoporosis (low bone density), tooth decay, and deficiencies. How do you explain these failures to thrive on the raw vegan diet? Thats a great question. Lets look at low bone density. There are a few factors involved. One is an insufficient amount of magnesium in the diet, or an insufficient amount of silica in the diet, or a detoxification process which is too much, too fast, and which leaves one deplete of magnesium, silica, calcium and iron. Also, theres a hormonal aspect to this. We find that some people, if theyre not getting the proper raw materials, cannot produce the proper hormones. For example, if someone gets too estrogenic, they will start losing bone mass. So we need to have foods that are testosterone builders or progesterone builders, or that build DHEA. Foods like that are coconut oil, yam, maca, evening primrose oil, the fennel class of foods, and many other specific foods that do that. These foods can give you the proper hormone-building materials. That still may not be enough for some certain people. If its not, then I recommend going with a unique type of coconut product called pregnenelone (which has already been reacted along the path with the metabolic pathway towards producing progesterone, and/or testosterone). That is a supplement, but its really coming from a food. Qatar, Doha Little Rock, Arkansas Nigeria, Abuja Dibba Al-Hisn, United …
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