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Why Raw?

Definition

Raw Foodism, or Rawism, or Living Foodism is a dietary lifestyle that advocates the consumption of uncooked, unprocessed foods in as close to their natural state as possible.  Often, but not always, Rawism is based on the fundamental principles of Veganism and Organic foods; there are some people who choose to eat raw dairy, eggs, and in some extreme cases, raw meat.  Generally speaking, if a person’s total raw food consumption falls somewhere between 60-100% then he or she is considered to be a Raw Foodist or Living Foodist.

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Why Organic?

Definition

Organic agriculture is an ecological production management system that promotes and enhances biodiversity, biological cycles and soil biological activity. It is based on minimal use of off-farm inputs and on management practices that restore, maintain and enhance ecological harmony.

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Why Vegan?

Definition

A Vegan (pronounced vee-gun) is the strictest form of vegetarianism; someone who does not consume animal or dairy products of any kind including all animal by-products, such as honey. A popular adage to properly explain Veganism is that “you don’t eat anything with a face or anything that had a Mother.” Adopting a Vegan diet usually goes far beyond what type of food a person consumes and is more of a way of life as most Vegans aspire to eschew animal products of any kind for their personal use such as leather clothing, shoes or car seats. Veganism, as a philosophy, has at its core the desire to abolish all cruelty and exploitation of animals in such areas as zoos, circuses and television advertisements.

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Why Vegetarianism?

Definition

Vegetarianism is a popular dietary practice, philosophy and way of living that excludes all animal flesh and organ meats (such as liver, brain, and thymus), fish (including shellfish and other creatures of the sea), poultry and fowl. There are several variants of the diet, but the most common is lacto-ovo vegetarianism, which includes dairy and eggs.
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