How to eat raw food till dinner, the RAW TILL 4 program





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Published on Mar 27, 2013

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Rawtill4 ‘rules':

* Only plant foods are allowed on this program

* Fruits & greens only must be eaten till 4pm every day then a high carb cooked dinner of plants

* 10% or less of your calories should come from fat a day (www.cronometer.com)

* Approved sources of cooked carbs are organic potatoes, rice, gluten-free pasta, these sources are approved because they are low sodium and minimally processed.

* Sodium should be kept to an absolute minimum under 1000 mg’s a day and under 500 mg’s for maximum leanness and health.

* Food should be eaten whole and unprocessed wherever possible

* A big green salad should be included with your dinner meal to aid digestion and to buffer acid formation

* Buy organic wherever possible, it tastes much better and is better for the environment.

* No cooked food during the day, food combining rules still apply

* NO Fruit or sweets after cooked food or fermentation and poor digestion will result

* Green smoothies are great for breakfast/lunch

* One day a week raw, I suggest a monday.

* The idea is to get as much raw in as possible before 4pm so the majority of your calories should come from fruit.

* chickpeas, beans, lentils are not high carb choices so should be kept to a minimum. They can be added if your fat intake falls below 10% of calories for the day.

* Unlimited calories every meal, no restriction.

* Use herbs where ever possible in place of salt


* Should be made up of whole food carbohydrates like plain steamed or baked potatoes, rice, ancient grains or least processed pasta (preferably gluten-free corn pasta)

* Try your best to buy organic products

* Don’t burn your carbs as this makes them carcinogenic.

* Oil should never be added to meals, if contained within a sauce make sure fat content is no higher than 5 grams per 100 grams. Read the label!
* The sauce should only be treated as a condiment so 1 serve should be enough to cover your meal.
* Read labels if a sauce/food contains over 300mgs of sodium per 100 grams then don’t buy it
* Best to make your own low fat sauce but If the sauce


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