In nature all animals eat living foods as given by nature. Only humans cook their foods and only humans suffer widespread sicknesses and ailments. Humans who eat food are mostly living more alert, think clearer, sharper and more logically and become more active. Best of all, live food consumers is virtually free of the disease! The kitchen is a process of destruction of food by the time heat is applied to foodstuffs. Long before dry ashes results, food values are completely destroyed.
If you put your hand for a moment into boiling water or a hot stove, you should always persuaded to how destructive heat is. Food is usually subjected to these destructive temperatures for perhaps half an hour or more. What was the living substance becomes totally dead very rapidly with exposure to heat! Cooking makes food toxic! The toxicity of the waste from crazy cooking is confirmed by the doubling or tripling of white blood cells after eating cooked food. White blood cells are the first line of defense and are, overall, popularly called “the immune system.” As confirmed by hundreds of researches cited in the prestigious National Academy of Sciences National Research Council book, “Diet, Nutrition and Cancer”, all cooking quickly generates mutagens and carcinogens in food. Clotting proteins and begin delamination at temperatures commonly applied in the kitchen, and has no nutritional value. Vitamins are very quickly destroyed by cooking. Minerals quickly lose their organic context and returned to his home state as they occur in soil, sea water and rocks, metals, etc. In such a state that is unusable and the body often leads to a side where it can be combined with saturated fats and cholesterol in the circulatory system, thereby obstructing with cement-like plaque.
Heating fats are particularly harmful, since altered to form acrogens, free radicals and other mutagens and carcinogens as confirmed in “Diet, Nutrition and Cancer.” So you can see that dead foods make dull, diseased and dead people before. Have you ever seen the vultures look? (No, seriously, I’m only half a joke at this time. A building is as elegant as its parts, after all.)