A raw food cleanse can be extremely beneficial for your overall health. The reason is simple-uncooked foods are easier for the body to digest than cooked foods, because they have enzymes in them that are still alive.  Cooking food kills nearly all of these enzymes, so it makes sense to foods in their raw state. In addition, most raw foods are high in water content, and water is a well known body cleanser.

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The goal of raw food cleansing, as you probably know, is to rid the system of toxins and chemicals. Most people have toxins in their system mostly because of a combination of the air they breathe and the food they eat, or their diet. Therefore, a cleanse is excellent for cleaning out these impurities. For this reason, many people report feeling much more energetic, clear headed, and seeing lifelong skin blemishes clear up by the end of the cleanse.

People who do not want to go on a long term uncooked foods diet, but just want some fast results often employ what is called a raw food cleansing diet. However, others use it at the start of their new diet, to cleanse the system prior to beginning it. As the name implies, the cleanse is not a long-term eating plan, as it is not sustainable or sustainable for most people. Most cleanses are for 7-10 days.

There are many different raw food cleanse diet options out there. However, most of them involve consuming nothing but fruits and vegetables. In many of the more extreme cleanses you are only allowed to drink juice, but some of them allow solid foods. If you are not used to eating primarily vegan foods, it might be wise to include plenty of fruits and vegetables first to ease yourself into it. Otherwise, you might give up halfway through and start binging.

Some of the cleanses are even less strict, as they allow for things like organic Brazil nuts, almonds, and other nuts, and sprouted beans as well as fruits and vegetables. These are a bit less effective, but are still much better than doing nothing. In other words, which raw food cleanse you choose really depends on what you can handle. If you are already eating a large amount of raw vegan foods, you can probably get away with nothing but fruits and vegetables. However, if you are not that strict currently, you might want to allow for some nuts and sprouted beans.

One of the best ways to have a successful raw food cleanse is to let a professional show you the way.  Some people see a natural doctor for this, but you can do it yourself as well.  There are a number of excellent books out there dedicated to raw food cleansing, and getting one or two of them is well worth it.