Eating and appreciating raw food is getting to be common among people who care about health and environment. The raw food diet means eating unprocessed, uncooked, organic, whole foods, such as fruits, vegetables, nuts, seeds, legumes, dried fruits, seaweeds, etc. In other words, it is an at least 75% uncooked diet. It’s not well known that cooking takes out flavor and nutrition from vegetables and fruits. Another advantage of prefering raw food is the considerably less need for water. Eating more raw foods, you will not as thirsty as you are now.
Great! After all, water is an important, even for some geographies scarce, resource.
Raw foods -ie. vegetables and fruits- to begin with the obvious, contains high volume of water in them, hydrates your body as you consume them, as opposed to the highly processed food which contain ridiculous sodium counts.
Don’t quit drinking water all together of course…
Eating waterand fiber rich raw food is also healthy for Type II diabetes, a symptom of which is overwhelming thirst, byletting you lose weight and reduce your blood sugars. Keeping sodium to normal levels found in foods means you’ll start to require a more balanced amount of water.