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Raw vs. Cooked Foods: Which is Better?

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There are a lot of opinions and theories about whether it’s better to eat more cooked veggies or more raw veggies — or about whether it’s more beneficial to eat 100% raw fruits and veggies and avoid cooked foods altogether. In today’s episode I hope to settle this once and for all.


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