International Lifestyle Magazine Issue 57 | Page 104

AN EXTRACT I love the books that Jesse J Jacoby writes. They are educational but in a way, just like a really great novel, that you just cannot put them down. His first book, The Raw Cure Healing Beyond Medicine, sits on my desk and each page is thumbed and turned, and I cannot wait to read the latest one too! Here is an extract from the book, to give you a feel, but going by the last book, you need to get this one too, and buy a few for your friends, we all need to be enlightened. x Click here to buy!. h t t p : / / w w w. a m a z o n . c o m / g p / p r o d u c t / 0 9 8 8 5 9 2 0 2 9 / r e f = a s _ l i _ tl?ie=UTF8&camp=1789&creative=390957&creativeASIN=0988592029&linkCode=as2&t ag=econeces-20&linkId=JHH6M6SBSNUNDIFS Why Plant-Based? β€œThe biggest change that comes with eating raw is how you feel physically. There are times of the day when I feel euphoria. A wash of happiness comes over me. I feel very clean, knowing I am not digesting a lot of additives. If you eat raw food, you are putting pure fuel into your body. I used to feel stuffed. Now I can be satisfied without overloading my system. Raw food is not a phase, it is a lifestyle. It is not something you can unlearn when you know about it, even more so when you have experienced it β€” you cannot forget the energy, how much better you look and feel, how much more inspired, connected and loving you feel. That stuff is with you for life.” – Russell James, Raw Food Chef The common widespread belief is that we must raise animals for food so we can get optimal amounts of calcium, iron, protein, and other important nutrients. I want to enlighten you with some life-saving information. This is false. Think about where these strong, lean animals are getting their nutrients. The answer is simple. Animals get their calcium, iron, protein, and other nutrients from eating a variety of grasses and plants. This generates lean muscle. The same is true for