10 Steps To Raw Food Sexiness. (by Dr. Wilco) Dr. Wilco has been a relentless researcher in the fields of health and nutrition for over 20 years and has personally dedicated his life to the diet and lifestyle that he recommends. He believes there is a diet that the human species is biologically designed to thrive on. It is this species specific approach that has promoted the unconditional radiant health and well-being that he enjoys.
12 Steps To Raw Foods: How To End Your Dependency On Cooked Food. From the site: "Why do we overeat time and time again? Why do we make poor diet choices while we want to be healthy? What makes losing weight so difficult? These and many other vital questions are addressed in 12 Steps to Raw Foods in an open and sincere dialogue. Based on the latest scientific research, Victoria Boutenko explains the numerous benefits of choosing a diet of fresh rather than cooked foods."
17 Theme Recipe Books. (by Jackie Graff R.n. B. S.n) 17 Theme original recipe books,by Jackie Graff R.N. B.S.N All raw, vegan and delicious. No longer will you go trough the trouble of getting ingredients, and put a lot of work, only to be dissaponted by the results. Jackie's recipes have all been tested and retested at the Sprout Cafe, and the many dinners and events she catered. Follow the recipe's instruction for guaranteed delicious results.
30 Free Raw Food Recipes!. This is the "Living Food Potluck Primer" eBook by Rene Oswald. There are 30 Raw Food Recipes that are great for potluck or any gathering. There are also lots of ideas on creating your own Raw Food Potluck! Check out the details on how to get your FREE download of the eBook by going to http://rawfoodrene.com and click on the "Newsletter" tab.
7 Levels Of Transitioning To Living Cuisine. (by Rene Oswald) *A heaping serving of simplified raw food recipes and cost-saving techniques. *Written in 7 Levels to help everyone progress at their own pace. *Over 350 Raw, Vegan, Gluten-free, Dairy-Free, Wheat-Free, and Sugar-Free recipes to enjoy. *Several free videos that go along with the recipes and techniques in the book. *Free monthly newsletter with new videos every month and a blog site where your raw food questions are answered. *Free TLC Program Introduction with book details & sample recipes.
80-10-10 Diet, The. The well-known 80-10-10 Diet book by Doug Graham. 80-10-10 is a raw foods diet of 80% carbs, 10% fat, 10% protein.
Advantages Of Raw Food, The. (by Julian Thomas) From the site: "It is the author's purpose in this book to show that it is better to take these living cells in their natural condition than to take them after they have been destroyed by cooking. In the one case they fill the consumer with new vitality. In the other case they fill the consumer with disease and sooner or later cause death. The theories advanced in this book are original, and he believes he offers sufficient evidence to cause their acceptance by the reader."
Alive In 5: Raw Gourmet Meals In Five Minutes. (by Angela Elliott) From the site: "Here is a great resource for anyone looking for easy alternatives to complex raw recipes that require lots of time and expensive equipment to prepare. Acclaimed raw chef Angela Elliott shows how to whip up mouth-watering lasagne, spaghetti marinara, stuffed mushrooms, broccoli in cheese sauce, apple pie, decadent whipped cream and strawberries, chocolate shake, and more--all in about five minutes, with easy-to-find ingredients and just a blender or food processor."
Ambrosia: Art Of Raw Cuisine. (by Marc Anthony Hatsis) From the site: "In "Ambrosia," Marc Anthony Hatsis celebrates the pure, simple beauty of raw food. Pairing recipes with his own meditative, mandala-inspired drawings, Hatsis gives readers the first raw-food preparation and menu book to offer perfectly combined meals for ultimate digestive health. "
Ani's Raw Food Kitchen: Easy, Delectable Living Foods Recipes. (by Ani Phyo) From Booklist: "A cookbook dedicated to raw food appears oxymoronic to the uninitiated, but people who aim to pursue a raw vegan diet soon realize that eating uncooked foods involves more than simply chomping into whatever sits on grocers' produce shelves. Phyo shows how to create more complex flavor harmonies."