If you’re like most Americans, you probably enjoy your meals cooked. There’s nothing quite like the smell of a fresh home-cooked meal at the moment it comes out the oven.
But what if it turned out that no matter how many fruits and veggies you stuff into that nice cooked meal, it’ll never pack the nutritional punch of raw, living foods? The truth is that cooking your fruits, veggies, seaweed, nuts, grains, and other foods actually changes the chemical makeup to the point where you lose a lot of the benefits you thought you were getting.
That’s why we stand by the healing power of living foods. Living (or raw) foods are uncooked meals consisting of the plants listed above. They contain vitamins, minerals, amino acids, and other nutrients your body needs to break down your food and give you the energy you need to make it through the day. Introducing more live foods into mealtime can make a huge difference in your quality of life.
The biggest benefits of adjusting your diet to contain more living foods are the enzymes that you’ll add to your system, helping you digest food in a more natural way. It turns out that cooked food (usually higher than 116 degrees) is a lot harder for your stomach to break down, which makes your body work overtime to get its nutrients.
When you start eating more living foods, you’ll notice the benefits immediately. They’ve been known to help cure allergies and digestive disorders stemming from the unnatural stuff a typical American diet introduces into our systems.
Sprouts (our namesake) are one of the most powerful living foods out there. You can get lots of plant protein from sprouts, as well as pure vitamins and minerals that’ll keep you feeling great throughout the day.
If you’re feeling low energy or tend to get sick easily, living foods can greatly improve your quality of life. That’s because they help you digest your food more efficiently, giving you more energy and boosting the effectiveness of your immune system.
People who live on raw food swear by them. They actively pursue a raw food lifestyle to cure what ails them, and the dietary benefits tend to help immensely.