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Tuesday, March 27, 2007


The purpose of monodieting is twofold.
The first purpose is to use as little energy as possible on digestion so that energy can be freed and directed toward the cleansing and rejuvenation of the lymph system.
The second purpose of monodieting is to obtain the maximum amount of fuel and nutrients from the food being eaten.
Raw food fulfills these two purposes of monodieting better than cooked or processed food. http://unblock22.blogspot.com/2006/09/ten-advantages-of-eating-raw-human.html Raw food demands less energy to digest and provides the most nutrients because it is in its purest state, its nature state. ANY cooking of food removes or denatures some nutrients .Bear in mind that human beings are the only species that eats cooked food, and humans lead all species in degenerative diseases.
What is periodic monodieting?
Periodic monodieting is the eating of fresh fruits and/or vegetables and their juices, uncooked, for a length of time that ranges from one day to several weeks.
Three examples of possible monodiets:

1.Drinking only fresh fruit and vegetable juice for 1 to 3 days.
2. Drinking only fresh fruit and vegetable juices and eating whole fruits and vegetables for 3 to 5 days.
3. Drinking only fresh fruit and vegetable juices and eating only fresh fruits and vegetables and salads for 1 day to a week to 10 days.

The following three monodiets are examples only, not dictums. Follow them precisely or modify them to your likes and dislikes. The only hard-and-fast rule is: NOTHING COOKED.
In other words, periodic monodieting is the taking of any combination of any raw, fresh food or juice for whatever length of time you wish.
When you are monodieting, you are allowing your body to be cleansed. You are cleaning and rejuvenating your lymph system.
You are preventing disease.

Spring is perfect to start cleaning the body.

Picture from Pooja great vegatarian blog: