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SALT & PEPPA

Himalayan-Pink-Salt-Benefits

Too much salt is never good – well too much of anything is never good (except green juice of course) – anyways, we do need a little bit of salt. Why? ”The sodium component of salt is vital for controlling the amount of water in the body, maintaining the normal pH of blood, transmitting nerve signals and helping muscular contraction,” (BBC.com).

BUT there is a difference between salt and salt. Please, for your body’s sake,  only intake the naturally-harvested, sun-dried varieties, which are full of minerals and good things. I recommend Celtic Sea Salt and/or Himalayan Salt.

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  • Hello FilipaI love your blog.thank you so much for your reply:)yes I make my own Raw chocolate with: bourbon vanille(loads of it!I adore Vanille), Raw cocoa powder, raw cocoa butter, agave nectar.really yummy. sometimes I add gojii berries and coconut flakes.I also make raw smoothies with loads of spirulina, chlorella and maca maca;)it sounds cool concernant the mulberries and the raw coconut flakes. I’m really fond of the coconut flakes.Have a lovely evening:)Raw regardsfromCoco;)p.s May I ask you one more question:what about raw agave nectar? some people say it’s really good and other say it’s as bad as high fructose corn sirup? they say it goes directly down to the liver because it’s fructose.I’m being pretty confused because everyone as a different opinion.I’m pretty new to the raw food diet. I began like 1,5 years ago and I was a vegan before.

    coco 2011-12-14 19:51:44
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  • Hi Coco, Thank you!Raw mulberries are GREAT! They contain resveratrol, which is great for cancer prevention and a lot of vitamin C (perfect boost for your immune system this time of the year). You should definitely mix up your snacks to get a variety of nutrients. Have you tried making your own mixes – add cocoa nibs, pistachios, yellow raisins, goji berries, walnuts, etc. Make it FUN! The sugar in these kinds of foods is natural and can be digested much easier then the regular white refined sugar, so don’t worry too much about that. I am a big believer in eating loads of veggies though… Are you eating enough daily vegetables?Dates have a really high sugar level. I would keep their intake down a little… You can eat tons of dried coconut flakes. VERY healthy fat. Add them to your mix!Have you tried the RawBite bars for snacks? Or smoothies and juices? They always give me energy. Or flaxseed crackers with almond butter and sliced banana?I’ll try to do a snack roundup post soon. Lots of Love, Filippa

    Raw Clarity 2011-12-09 19:08:38
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  • hello Raw ClarityI LOVE your blog:)I have some questions for you.what about raw white mulberries. is it ok to eat 100 gr a day as a snack? I want to avoid sugar and there is a lot of sugar in those?does it affect the body in the same way as for instance dried dates? or are those raw mulberries different?what about raw dried coconut flakes?are they a great snack or are there better ways to snack?please help:) I’ pretty confused:)kind regards fromCoco:)

    coco 2011-12-05 12:46:23
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