July 2005 Issue
Is Raw Really Better? EN Weighs In on the Raw vs Cooked Debate
Q. Iíve heard celebrities touting how healthy it is to eat only raw foods. Are raw foods really more nutritious than cooked?
A. Not always. Eating uncooked foods does ensure that nutrients are not lost to heat, but cooking can offer a nutrition advantage.
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