Raw Food Diet Menu

When you plan a raw food diet menu only your imagination limits your options. People not familiar with the raw food diet think your options are limited on the diet, but nothing could be farther from the truth. Almost all raw fruits, vegetables, sea vegetables, nuts, and seeds are available for inclusion on the raw food diet. Most of which are not used on a regular basis in the world of cooked food. The options for you on the raw diet are infinite when you tap into your creativity.

Now let’s take a look at some sample menu ideas.


Super Green smoothie

This is a great way to start your day. This smoothie is a power house of nutrition that will carry you for hours. You can modify it to meet your particular needs and taste. Adding some super green powder, and or raw protein powder will give it that much more of a boost.

Here’s the raw food diet menu recipe for Super green smoothies.


Fresh Salsa Wraps

These wraps make a perfect lunch anytime of the year. They’re loaded with nutritional value and you’ll be the envy of everyone in the work place. You can make the filling the in the morning or the night before and bring it in a container with your lettuce or collard leaves in a bag. Remember to taste the collard leaves before hand, because sometimes they can be quite hot and might not make the best wrap.

Here’s the raw food diet menu recipe for Fresh Salsa Wraps.


Asian Salad

This is one of my favorite all time salads that I never get tired of and everyone that tries it enjoys it. I’ve taken it to all types of pot lucks, raw and cooked food, and it’s always a big hit.

Here’s the raw food diet menu recipe for Asian Salad.

If you feel like a snack between meals it can be as simple as a piece of fruit, a green juice, or a super green powder mixed with water or young coconut water. The important thing is not to eat meals on top of meals. By that I mean making sure the prior meal has left the stomach and you are truly feeling hunger. Sometimes a glass of pure water is all that’s needed to take care of those fake hunger pangs. That’s not to say you shouldn’t have a snack between meals, just that you should be aware that the feeling could be thirst and not real hunger.

This one day’s menu can be tweaked and modified to make a variety of raw food meals that can provide meals for a portion of your calendar week, and these recipescan fill out the rest.

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The contents of this website and my newsletter are gleaned from my experiences and observations, meant only for educational purposes and not intended to replace medical advice, consultations, or treatment of any kind. I recommend you see your professional health care provider if you suspect you have an illness or disease of any kind. I’m not medically trained, and I would never suggest or imply that I know what is best for someone else’s body or overall health, ultimately each of us is the only one who knows what’s best for us.

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