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Food (raw) L'alimentation selon le docteur Graham. Tout le monde le sait, nous trouvons dans la nourriture trois éléments indispensables : des protéines, des lipides et des graisses. L’enseignement du docteur Graham, c’est que l’alimentation idéale se résume en ces chiffres : 80/10/10 (The 80/10/10 Diet). C’est à dire que l’alimentation idéale des humains est 80% de glucides, 10% de lipides et 10% de protéines (en pourcentage de calories absorbées et non pas en poids).

Prenons une femme qui a besoin de 1800 calories par jour, 10% représentent 180 calories. Pour un homme à 2500 calories par jour (ce sont des exemples), ce sera 250 calories de lipides et 250 calories de protéines, et 2000 de sucres. Les besoin en protéines sont en fait de 10% par rapport au nombre de calories totales sur une journée. Le Rapport Campbell : La plus vaste étude internationale à ce jour sur la nutritionCes protéines se trouvent dans ces proportions dans les végétaux ! Danger des matières grasses crue — alimentation crue. De par leur complexité, les aliments riches en gras, comme ceux qui sont riches en protéines, sont les aliments les plus difficiles à digérer.

Danger des matières grasses crue — alimentation crue

Il a été démontré qu'une goutte d'huile retarde la digestion de deux heures. Un peu de gras est nécessaire, mais trop, même contenu dans un aliment entier comme un avocat par exemple, vous rendra fatigué et augmentera votre toxicité. Votre corps n'a pas besoin de consommer des matières grasses pour constituer du gras. Il peut créer son propre gras à partir des autres aliments non gras que vous mangez. Un régime alimentaire naturel composé de fruits et de légumes, accompagnés d'un peu de noix diverses et de graines oléagineuses ou d'avocat, fournit des acides-gras essentiels en quantité suffisante. Les matières grasses ou les hydrates de carbone comme source d’énergie ? Raw Food Debate: Dr. Douglas Graham, David Wolfe, & Brian Clement (Part 2) Thrive Through Menopause Naturally. Effect of fenugreek seeds on blood glucose a... [Eur J Clin Nutr. 1990. Dr. Doug Graham - The 80-10-10 Raw Foods Diet and How Much Fat to Eat (Part 2) (NaturalNews) This is an excerpt from Dr.

Dr. Doug Graham - The 80-10-10 Raw Foods Diet and How Much Fat to Eat (Part 2)

Doug Graham's interview for the Raw Summit, a complete interview encyclopedia of cutting edge living and raw food knowledge. You can find the complete transcripts and audios at ( and (www.RawSummitArchives.com) . In this excerpt, Dr. Doug Graham discusses his 80-10-10 Diet and how many raw fooders eat too much fat. Raw Food World Summit Interview Excerpt with Dr. Kevin Gianni: You talk about the 80-10-10 diet, it's the name of your book. Doug Graham: We had contests to name this book. Now, of course, you must eat sufficient total calories because no diet is going to work if you do not eat enough food and certainly not in the long term. Kevin: It's just breakfast. Doug: It's breakfast, exactly. In other words, it came to me apparent at a certain point that essentially you are on a road in life. Kevin: Wow Doug: This is almost double the American average.

Kevin: Sure. Kevin: Yeah, you may or may not know the answer to this, but I am just curious. 80 10 10 Diet. The 80 10 10 Diet by Dr.

80 10 10 Diet

Douglas Graham is a raw food version of a low-fat plant based diet, similar to that popularized by Dr. Dean Ornish and Dr. John McDougall. Graham, who is a lifetime athlete, has been eating a raw food diet for almost thirty years and raves about the health benefits from eating according to his method. He has acted as dietary advisor to world-class athletes and celebrities including Martina Navratilova and Demi Moore. Raw foodism. Varieties of raw foodism[edit] Raw Vegan "Thanks-Giving Turkey" Raw foodism can include any diet of primarily unheated food, or food cooked at less than 40 °C (104 °F) to 46 °C (115 °F).

Raw foodism

Raw foodists can be divided between those who advocate raw veganism or vegetarianism, those who advocate a raw omnivorous diet, and those who advocate a 100% raw carnivorous diet.[2] Raw veganism[edit] Raw vegan "apple pie" A raw vegan diet consists of unprocessed, raw plant foods that have not been heated above 40 °C (104 °F). Among raw vegans there are some subgroups such as fruitarians, juicearians, or sproutarians. Raw vegetarianism[edit] Vegetarianism is a diet that excludes meat (including game and byproducts like gelatin), fish (including shellfish and other sea animals) and poultry, but allows dairy and/or eggs. Raw animal food diets[edit] A sashimi dinner set. About Dr. Graham. Dr.

About Dr. Graham

Douglas Graham, a lifetime athlete and raw fooder since 1978, is an advisor to world-class athletes and trainers from around the globe. He has worked professionally with top performers from almost every sport and every field of entertainment, including such notables as tennis legend Martina Navratilova, NBA pro basketball player Ronnie Grandison, track Olympic sprinter Doug Dickinson, pro women's soccer player Callie Withers, championship bodybuilder Kenneth G. Williams, Chicken Soup for the Soul coauthor Mark Victor Hansen, and actress Demi Moore. As owner of a fasting retreat in the Florida Keys for ten years, Dr. Graham personally supervised thousands of fasts.