(NaturalNews) Remember Morgan Spurlock who created the documentary "Supersize Me?" It was a film that showed what happens if you eat nothing but McDonald's food for 30 days (and the results were pretty sick in more ways than one...)
Today, my friends over at the Simply Raw video production studio have released an exclusive video interview with Morgan Spurlock that's really worth seeing.
It's all part of a four-part video series being given away by these folks to publicize their "Simply Raw" documentary. Check out the Morgan Spurlock video interview here:
This is all part of a video series being given away, by the way, which includes exclusive video interviews with David Wolfe, Dr Joel Fuhrman and the Health Ranger (that's me). We've got some really good content coming your way in these videos, and I'll keep you posted on their release.
Even a little raw can help you a lot
The Simply Raw documentary team is a fantastic group of guys who are really dedicated to getting the word out about how raw foods can heal the world. And it doesn't mean you have to be "100% raw" to benefit from them -- you can experience huge benefits from being 50% raw or even as little as 25% raw if that's what works best for you.
Raw foods are the antithesis of "processed factory foods" which lack nutrients and enzymes. Raw foods have more nutrition, more protein and more natural disease-preventing medicine than cooked foods, making them the real secret to lifelong health and vitality.
All the healthy people I know are consuming raw foods as part of their daily diet. Most people aren't 100% raw, but they all recognize the value of being at least partially raw, even while they're eating hot soups, quinoa, brown rice, sweet potatoes and other substances that generally require cooking or boiling. Boiling food, by the way, is really safe compared to frying or baking because the temperature stays relatively low.
To learn more healthy food secrets, watch these videos that the "Simply Raw" guys are giving away, because you'll learn a wealth of knowledge about health, disease, raw foods and down-to-earth nutritional strategies that can literally keep you healthy and vibrant.
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