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Is raw foodism a healthy dietary practice?

January 11, 2017

Raw foodism (or following a raw food diet) is the dietary practice of eating only uncooked, unprocessed foods. Depending on the philosophy, or type of lifestyle and results desired, raw food diets may include a selection of fruits, vegetables, nuts, seeds, eggs, fish, meat and dairy products. – Wikipedia

  • Yes
  • No
  • I don’t know much about it

How would you classify your diet?

In the pursuit of proper nutrition, which today is associated not only with healthy products, as well as a trend or a tribute to fashion, some people become vegans or vegetarians. Their difference lies in the fact that vegan is a strict vegetarian, who consumes only foods of plant origin, completely abandoning the food of animal origin. The main argument for this position is a highly negative attitude towards the killing of animals and fish. Vegetarian is a person who gave up meat but can consume milk, dairy products, and eggs.

Some people do not consider it advisable to abandon animal food: first, it is a source of protein, and secondly, it’s delicious. Their diet is diverse and includes any food. Another category – people who eat mostly meat, giving it the preference among other products.

So, who are you: vegan, vegetarian, omnivore or a person who eats mostly meat?

  • 1. Vegan
  • 2. Vegetarian
  • 3. An omnivore
  • 4. Primarily a carnivore
  • 5. Pescatarian

Could you ever live a vegan lifestyle?

Today in the world a considerable number of people refused to eat meat. This position is substantiated by different reasons: condemnation of killing animals, staying in good health, trend. Such choice creates not only a change in the diet but also largely affects the lifestyle. People who gave up meat and meat products are called vegetarians. In addition to the meat, they also don’t eat fish meat because it was obtained in the process of killing. However, unlike the vegans who ultimately reject animal products, vegetarians allow consumption of dairy products and eggs.

So, are you a vegetarian?

  • No
  • Yes