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Living in the raw

The Boston native and author has been feeling fine for 20 years eating only living foods

By Sheryl Julian
Globe Staff / October 20, 2010

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Q. What is a raw food diet? A. Fruits, vegetables, nuts, seeds, sprouted grains, all raw. You can cook to 112 degrees. After that the enzymes begin to get destroyed. That’s why you don’t want to cook the food above that [temperature]. (Full article: 491 words)

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