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06-09-2005, 11:29 AM
Ok, my question is, could it be possible that even though I have not gone totally raw yet, that cooked food is beginning to make me feel ill? It's like I'll have all raw morning and afternoon and then in the evening I will have some cooked food. After I eat the cooked food I feel tired and sick to my stomach even though I only eat a small portion. I still have some fears of going totally raw because I am pregnant but it is beginning to become clear that if the cooked food makes me feel ill than it would probably not do any harm and be most beneficial during this time. Any input??
06-09-2005, 11:39 AM
Congratulations on pregnancy!!!
Anything is possible. Myself, I will feel sick after eating cooked food, but I have been raw for about 8 or 9 months.
I would suggest what feels best for you. Eat lots of raw food!
Good luck with the pregnancy, and keep us updated.
06-09-2005, 12:00 PM
I don't know that much about the raw eating lifestyle but I was wondering what kind of cookware you are using? I have been looking for glass pans for a while now because I know teflon and the other stuff is bad, bad.
06-09-2005, 12:09 PM
Visions by corning are glass cookware. I see lots on ebay. I don't use teflon but neither do I use a dishwasher. I think the detergent is poison. Most people I know think I am nuts to wash all our dishes by hand hee hee. But truly I think they are nuts to put their children sippys and anything else their kids or they eat off of in the dishwasher.
06-09-2005, 02:03 PM
I just started the raw diet and I did all raw yesterday. Today I ate cooked food and it went right through me - so I don't know if this is common but I have to say that on all raw I was fine and my energy came back even after one day, but one cooked meal and blah... fortunately, I think I eliminated most of it!!! :-) - I already noticed a difference in my energy, as well.
But I'm not pregnant. So that's a factor I can't include. Good luck!!
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