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This content discusses a couple of health related opinions, one relating to coconut oil and the other involving mono eating. It gets into how coconut oil could be a nutritious alternative for......

This content discusses a couple of health related opinions, one relating to coconut oil and the other involving mono eating. It gets into how coconut oil could be a nutritious alternative for various other oils. And it presents the benefits that mono-eating can possibly have.

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  • 1. Tips On HealthTips On Health Copyright © 2011 RawFoodHealthWatch.com
  • 2. Published by: RawFoodHealthWatch.com Windsor, Ontario, Canada http://rawfoodhealthwatch.com Copyright © 2010-2011 – RawFoodHealthWatch.com. All rights are reserved. No part of this report may be reproduced or transmitted in any form without the written permission of the author, except for the inclusion of brief quotations in a review. This report is the intellectual property of RawFoodHealthWatch.com. It is acceptable to share, email, transfer and duplicate this report if it is done in its entirety. However, the right to sell this report is retained by RawFoodHealthWatch.com. Bottom line: you may not sell the contents of this report. Note: This e-book is optimized for viewing on a computer screen, but it is organized so you can also print it out and assemble it as a book. Since the text is optimized for screen viewing, the type is larger than that in usual printed books.Tips On Health Copyright © 2011 RawFoodHealthWatch.com
  • 3. DisclaimerThis report has been written to provide information about the rawfood diet. Every effort has been made to make this report ascomplete and accurate as possible. However, there may bemistakes in typography or content. Also, this report discusseshealthy living and dieting. However, this report should be used as ageneral guide for the raw food diet – not as a replacement for theadvice of a doctor. Nothing in this document, to my knowledge, hasbeen evaluated by the FDA or Health Canada.The purpose of this report is to point you in the right direction forthe raw food diet. The author and publisher does not warrant thatthe information contained in this report is fully complete and shallnot be responsible for any errors or omissions. The author andpublisher shall have neither liability nor responsibility to anyperson or entity with respect to any loss or damage caused oralleged to be caused directly or indirectly by this report.You are solely responsible for the voluntary use of the informationshared in this report.If you do not wish to be bound by the above, please do not continuereading this report.Compensation Disclosure: We are, more often than not, compensated forany purchases made from links on these pages. However, even thoughwe may receive compensation for our posts or advertisements, we alwaysgive our honest opinions, findings, beliefs, or experiences on those topicsor products. The views and opinions expressed within these pages arepurely our own. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact usat: http://rawfoodhealthwatch.com/contact/.Tips On Health Copyright © 2011 RawFoodHealthWatch.com
  • 4. The following information is for education only and is not meant to diagnose, prescribe, or treat illness. It is valuable to seek the advice of an alternative health care professional before making any changes.The statements below have not been evaluated by the FDA (or your countrys equivalent). Any products mentioned are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.Health Tip: Have An Oil ChangeTruly, we should really be over the notion by now that coconut oil isunhealthy... since the oil has been suggested as being bad for health, healthofficials have debunked that idea over and over, by demonstrating andendorsing the health advantages of the coconut.Coconut oil can easily be a direct replacement for virtually any other oil, andalso the use of margarine (ya know.. the stuff which is, what is it, a singlemolecule away from plastic!) and maybe even butter.Coconut oil can also be appropriately employed on the skin. It can easily beheated without compromising its benefits, or even enjoyed raw.Dont be afraid of the look of the oil... it might be dense like wax in chillierconditions, and significantly thinner in warmer temperatures and when heatedon the stove.Coconut oil has been noted by some as "the most healthy oil on earth".Aside from coconut oil, the only additional oil I use is olive oil.. ordinarily justas part of dressings. It has been suggested that cooking with olive oil coulddamage the healthful attributes (exactly like a lot of foods right?), however ithas additionally been suggested that it alters the properties to the degree ofactually being harmful to DNA! So keep olive oil raw and at cool or roomtemperature and you will probably be good.Mono Eating: The One Sided Diet ChoiceJust as the title suggests, mono-eating requires consuming just one whole foodat one time... then waiting for that food to completely digest before eatinganother.The apparent advantage to mono-eating is that it eases the digestion andabsorption process, most likely allowing for extra nutrients to be absorbed,then if a variety of foods were eaten.An additional, somewhat interesting plus that is suggested to be a direct resultof mono-eating, is that it provides the body an opportunity to "catalog" thenutrient worth of the food, so that one day, when the body is in need of aTips On Health Copyright © 2011 RawFoodHealthWatch.com
  • 5. particular nutrient, it might create cravings for a food where that nutrient issignificant! Very awesome!It reminds of a story (if I recall correctly.. from the publication: GreenSmoothie Revolution) with regards to Sergei Boutenko who experienced notabledesires for sesame seed milk soon after breaking a bone. The calcium from thesesame milk helped to heal the fractured bone in a very short time. His sisterhad a related medicinal story in which I believe included olives... excitingstories!Michelle is a raw food writer over at http://rawfoodhealthwatch.com. Have alook at her latest piece of writing on EzineArticles: What Is Kefir?Like with any other dietary change, please check with your doctor before making any drasticchanges to your diet. Advertiser Here Contact me at rawfoodhealthwatch@gmail.com to inquire about advertising at the bottom of my PDF documents. You can order and instantly download this complete raw recipe series at a discount right now from The Raw Chef - click HERE.Tips On Health Copyright © 2011 RawFoodHealthWatch.com