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raw dietA raw foods diet refers to a diet where the vast majority of food consumed is uncooked. While some things should obviously be cooked for health reasons—and others for pure tastiness—the premise behind a raw diet lies in the fact that cooking food destroys foods’ natural enzymes and nutrients. A raw food diet is often part of—and can even refer to—eating clean. If you’re not eating plenty of raw food along with your cooked stuff, here are three reasons to make the switch starting today:

1. Reduce Your Risk of Disease with Clean Eating

Raw foods are higher in:
Minerals; and

Because of this, eating raw exposes your system to more nutrients that it would otherwise get by eating cooked foods. In turn, your natural immunity is boosted and you avoid harmful carcinogens (which have been linked to cancer) that occur with cooking. As such, your risk of disease and cancer is reduced, and your health is improved. 

2. Lose Weight
If you’re having trouble losing weight, the problem most likely lies in processed sugars, grains, and funky chemicals and additives that are found in packaged foods. When you eat a raw foods or clean diet—completely eliminating packed and processed items—it is very likely that you will lose weight. Processed items are incredibly inflammatory, are high on the glycemic index, and can lead to health problems in addition to weight gain.

3. Improve Your Mental Health
Not only will eating raw improve your physical health, but it can also improve your mental health, too. Healthy, clean, and raw eating have all been linked to a decreased risk of depression, better mood management, a fewer emotional rollercoasters. A huge part of this phenomenon is due to decreased sugars on a raw diet. Sugar has been associated with depression, anxiety, addition, and problems with learning and memory.

When you eat raw, you’re making a good decision for your body, your brain, your mental health, and the environment. To aid you along the way, choose snacks from Sweets Gone Raw. These yummy treats are not only delicious, but are also gluten-free, GMO-free, natural, and raw, too.

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