Raw foodism didn’t get its start from modern day health activists, but by an 1800s-era doctor searching for a cure for his jaundice. The effects of raw food on human health has been an evolving study ever since.
Today, eating raw foods, which are not cooked, processed, exposed to pesticides or herbicides, microwaved or genetically engineered, is considered a “smart step toward health,” according to WebMD.
Raw foods are not just carrot sticks and apples. There are a number of raw foods beyond raw veggies and fruit. Learn why adding these seven raw foods to your diet will give you a boost.