The juices extracted from fresh-raw fruits and vegetables form the means of furnishingall the cells in the body with the elements they need, in the manner in which they can be most assimilated.
Cooked and processed foods sustain life, nevertheless that does not mean that they have the power to regenerate the atoms which furnish the life force to our body. One can eat 4 or 5 big meals a day, and yet the body may be starved through the lack of the vital elements in the food and the disturbance of the enzyme balance.
Fruit juices are the cleansers of the human system, but the fruit should be ripe.
Like all the most valuable things in life, the vital part of vegetables-that which contains the greatest concentrated value-is the most difficult to reach, being hidden within the fibers. Hence, the need for a thorough mastication of all raw vegetables.
An entirely raw food regimen, without the inclusion of a sufficient quantity and variety of fresh-raw juices is equally deficient. The reason for this deficiency lies in the fact taht a surprisingly large percenatge of the atoms making up the nourishment in the raw foods is utilized as fuel for energy by the digestive organs in their processes of digesting and assimilating the food, which usually requires as long as 3, 4, or 5 hours after every meal. Such atoms, while furnishing some nourishment to th body, are mostly used up as fuel, leaving only the smaller percentage available for the regeneration of the cells and tissues.
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N.W. Walker D.Sc.