À la découverte de la RAWFOOD
guillemet1  Integrating Raw Food
in our diet contributes to
less animal protein consumption
and more vegetable intake,
enabling a better balance
for the planet.    guillemet2
The RAW FOOD movement was born in the USA in the 1970’s, inspired among others by Ann Wygmore, who recommended a raw diet for better health. .
In more recent years, we have seen unprecedented growth, mainly in California, facilitated by new culinary equipment such as blenders and dehydrators, which has led to a boom in extraordinary culinary creativity (in Los Angeles, from one RAW restaurant in 2003, there were 10 by 2008). This way of eating is winning more and more customers notably in Europe but in the whole world as well.
Digestion
and assimilation


In a traditional diet, cooking from 45°C (113°F) makes part of the vitamins disappear, and damages the proteins…
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RAW FOOD : a well varied diet


With its large range of ingredients, RAW FOOD offers a wide variety of flavours and mixture of tastes…
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A Gourmet World


Chefs from all around the world have well understood it, « enhancing tastes » is the aim of a new generation of world-class renowned chefs who decided to associate…
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RAW FOOD : a diet for everyone


Add more RAW FOOD in your diet will bring you more energy, a better balance of water, nutriments and fibers.
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