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Raw food diet

A raw food diet consists of uncooked and unprocessed, and often organic foods.

A raw food diet consists fully of foods which have not been heated above a certain temperature.

The maximum temperature varies among the different forms of the diet, from 92F to 118F (33C to 48C).

Raw food diets may include raw fruits, raw vegetables, raw nuts, raw seeds, raw unpasteurized dairy products such as raw milk, raw meat, raw eggs, and raw honey.

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