The First Steps toward Becoming a Raw Foodist – Part 5
by Bob McCauley, ND
Rice also tends to cause a lot of gas, which is created mainly in the large intestines and is the result of undigested starchy carbohydrates. Foods that cause these problems become their own reason for removing them from your diet. I slowly removed rice from my diet over the course of several months until I was eating it only once a week.
Eventually, I got rid of it completely. Only giving up dairy products did more to remove mucus from my body. It was the last profound positive change in my health I experienced, for now I was nearly 100% raw. From: Achieving Great Health – The 7 Components of Great Health. It contains the original Raw Food Poster, by Bob McCauley, ND – many times plagiarized – often imitated, never duplicated.
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