Common Questions and Answers about Raw food detox diet natalia rose
I read a great book about it called, The RawFoodDetoxDiet by NataliaRose... she is a nutritionist. Anyways everything is about detoxing your whole body from waste products... cleaning out your cells and your whole system. Your main foods should really be fruit, vegetables, grains and nuts... and raw. It's really good for me because I can't even force myself to eat all the meat and bread and all the cooked foods anyway!
I AM GOING TO TRY THE RAW FOOD DIET WHILE I RECUPERATE FROM SURGERY. I DON'T KNOW WHEN THE SURGERY WILL BE, BUT I CAN GET STARTED ON WEANING MYSELF OFF OTHER FOODS SLOWLY BETWEEN NOW AND THE SURGERY. RIGHT? ANYWAY, I'LL LET YOU KNOW HOW I FEEL AFTER A MONTH ON THE DIET. OR IF I FEEL TREMENDOUSLY BETTER QUICKER, i'LL LET YOU KNOW.
I transitioned from prescription food to limitied diet canned food to homemade, but not raw. My dogs also have allergies/sensitivities. I've found that since they've been on the homemade, their vomiting and diahhrea have all but stopped.
We recently began a rawfooddiet (costing $80/month but worth it if we can help her). She is also on fish oil, Benadryl at night, pro-biotics and vitamin E supplements. In addition, I have medicated shampoos and conditioners that give her temporary relief, but they don't last long. The frustrating part is that things start to work in the beginning but after time, she seems to just go back to the way she was before.
Here are my questions:
I have two cats, female and male, and the male boy (approximately 1-1/2 years old) does not like to eat cat food. He will eat it only if he's starving. But he loves to eat fresh basil, rose petals, pansys, and cold boiled shrimp! The cats are strictly indoor cats and he discovered these morsels when I accidently dropped some basil, rose petals and a pansy. The shrimp comes naturally except he will not eat any cat food flavored with fish.
I'm considering starting homemade food diet for the cats and puppy. I know there are a few of you that do your own food so I wanted to ask a few questions. :) Some will be opinions but with the research everyone here has done I probably trust you more than the vet at times.
1. Oliver has Kidney disease and the vet put him on the Science Diet KD food- DRY (I know, I know- I hate science diet and he needs moisture not dry) and he won't eat the canned. All 3 really like that food.
no fried food or heavy food. Boiled chicken, meat, soups is fine, and eat raw vegetables and fruits.
Basically a strict diet, like athletes do with lots of protein. If you get cravings for fried food once or twice a month is ok.
also cut out high sugar intake drinks, like sodas and all that. That makes you gain wait and burdens the liver. Cut out white bread too.
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