Raw Foods Diet

Many people who are trying to make the switch to a more natural diet, including raw diets, are under the impression that they will have to spend more money on food than they used to. While this could be true, depending on your likes and dislikes, it doesn’t have to be more expensive than any other way of eating. Most of the time, a healthier diet with raw natural foods can fill you up faster, which means eating less foods, and keep you feeling less hungry, which means eating less often. That fact alone will save you money.

Most of the super expensive foods are processed foods, or filled with unhealthy chemicals and additives, so they probably wouldn’t be on your raw foods list. Not only do these deplete your pockets, they deplete your body of natural resources, and throw off your pH level - leaving your body out of balance. You will find that some of your best bargains will be in the produce isle, and at your local farmers market - both offer raw, uncooked and unprepared foods - at reasonable prices. Produce such as apples, bananas, lettuce, onions, avocados, and other raw items like nuts and dried fruits are a great deal compared to beef, chicken, and other things you may currently purchase, and important in keeping your body's pH levels properly balanced.